Translating Horsemanship Clinic Report

By Anpeytu Neier   For several years, Translating Horsemanship, a clinic held in the spring and fall at Sage Creek Equestrian, has offered riders opportunity to create greater understanding of and with their horses. Martin Black and Donnette Hicks teach three days of concepts to build and refine the vital skills of timing, feel, and […]

36 hours, 850 miles, 1.25 hours of footage and 1 duct tape truck repair

I’m just back from a quick dash to Clovis, New Mexico to film with Trevor Carter. I have to admit I was a little hesitant to leave the safe bubble of home, but I need to get out and film content for upcoming issues of The Horseman’s Gazette. Thanks to a pre-packed cooler of mineral […]

Suppling Exercises with Alice Trindle

Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 34 Warming your horse up is a great way to prepare physically and mentally for the day’s activities whether that is going for a trail ride or competing at a show. Alice Trindle offers some easy-to-execute exercises that will warm you and your horse up for whatever you […]

Re-Schooling A Troubled Horse with Jim Hicks

Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 34 Sometimes a horse can get quite a ways along but still have some missing pieces in their foundation. In this segment Jim Hicks rides such a horse and though the troubled spots are not immediately apparent in the beginning of the ride, when they do present themselves […]

Getting to Know a New Horse with Lester Buckley

Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 34 In this unique segment Lester Buckley, with some assistance from the late Shelia Varian, works with a young horse fresh out of the pasture. The mare and her pasture mate had been worked free just prior to filming so when we get started she is still excited […]