Ask Our Expert - Blue Allen

Blue Allen

Reined cow horse trainer Blue Allen is based out of Alamosa, Colorado, where he lives with his wife, Jeannie, and son, Caden. After graduating from Colorado State University with a...

Ask Our Expert - Bozo Rogers

Bozo Rogers

Bozo Rogers trains versatility horses and reined cow horses at Wes and Sarah Williams’ Dove Creek Ranch in Rhome, Texas.

Ask Our Expert - Casey Deary

Ask Our Expert - Casey Deary

Casey Deary grew up in Texas riding horses, taking low-cost colts, training them and reselling them, allowing him to grow his training business. He has worked with many notable trainers, including Steve Archer, Clint Haverty, Shawn Flarida and Craig Schmersal, among others.

Ask Our Expert - Craig Cameron

Craig CameronTexas horseman Craig Cameron spends most of his time on the road conducting clinics and hosting Extreme Cowboy Racing events. He was featured in the June 2010 issue of Western Horseman, in the article, "Dare to Explore." His philosophy is to use natural obstacles and the great outdoors to build confidence in his horses.

Ask Our Expert - Jake Gorrell

Jake Gorrell

Jake Gorrell was raised in Idaho and grew up training horses, working on ranches and competing in high school rodeos.

Ask Our Expert - Mike Major

Ask Our Expert - Mike Major

In 2006, Mike Major rode Smart Whiskey Doc to a working cow horse championship at the American Quarter Horse Association Select World Championship Show...

Ask Our Expert - Peter Campbell

Ask Our Expert - Peter Campbell

Peter Campbell was raised in Alberta, Canada, where he developed roping and horsemanship skills while cowboying on ranches, packing in the high country, starting colts, training problem horses and driving teams. Using methods derived from...

Ask Our Expert - Ruben Vandorp

Ruben Vandorp

By the time Ruben Vandorp moved from the Netherlands to the United States in 2002, he already had nine European reining championships to his name. Since then, the Aubrey, Texas, trainer has continued his success, and attributes much of it to his stallion, Einsteins Revolution, the first horse to earn $300,000 in National Reining Horse Association competition.

Ask Our Expert - Sandy Collier

Sandy Collier

Trainer and clinician Sandy Collier is a multiple National Reined Cow Horse Association and American Quarter Horse Association world champion, and is an NRCHA and AQHA judge.

Ask Our Expert - Sean Johnson

Ask Our Expert -Sean Johnson

A fourth-generation horse trainer, Sean Johnson was a successful three-day eventing rider as a teenager but always had a fascination with reining. Under the tutelage of his mother, Lee Troup, he was on the long list for the 2000 Olympic Games. Two years later, he began...

Ask Our Expert – Jaton Lord

This month’s expert gives advice on catching elusive horses and teaching a fidgety gelding to stand calmly while tied.