Buck Brannaman ProAm Vaquero Roping

Another year is in the books and the results are here! The 2014 Wrangler Brannaman Pro-Am Vaquero Roping is in the record books as the richest pay-out ranch roping in the country splitting $50,000 to the top 8 teams. The second annual event was a great success. Lots of roping and smiling faces! Look for interviews […]

Comparable Parts No.5 – Why can’t I swish flies?

Have you ever watched your horse standing in the field gently swishing the flies away with his tail? Have you ever been the recipient of one of those tail swishes? It’s amazing how it can sting when the tail hair lashes across your face. You might even have thought on occasion it would be great […]

Meet Trinity Seely

Trinity Seeley’s first album (the self-titled CD, “Trinity Seely,”) was released in 2011 and is often described as depicting the cowboy lifestyle from a cowgirl point of view. It’s no surprise Trinity enjoys a knack for writing and recording songs relating intimate details of the western ranch/cowboy/buckaroo lifestyle. This cowgirl’s own experiences span from a […]

Horsemanship Instruction for Older Riders

Written by Heather Smith Thomas Most riding instructors teach children or young adults who want to learn to ride or improve their riding skills for competitions. A different kind of class is taught by Susan Dudasik (Misfit Farms, Salmon, Idaho), helping older riders learn for the first time, or ride again after a lapse, or […]

Transitioning The Young Horse From Some Broke To Making A Cow Horse

Written by Tom Moates The name Martin Black is certainly familiar to Eclectic-Horseman readers from his regular essays in the magazine. Also, his popular books, DVDs, annual clinics, and appearances in issues of The Horseman’s Gazette video magazine help share his horsemanship with many folks. Martin’s philosophy is rooted in the direct experience, he says, […]

Finding A Trail Horse – Roundtable Discussion with Bryan Neubert and Harry Whitney

Written by Tom Moates Picking the right trail horse is never a trivial consideration. It is a very important decision and packs plenty of gravity for anyone. A good fit between horse and rider makes all the difference between many enjoyable trail riding experiences, or, well…the opposite. Lacking experience with horses makes the job doubly […]

Comparable parts – You are more like your horse than you think!

Written by Wendy Murdoch The horse and human skeletons are quite similar, even though we stand in completely different orientations, on either four legs or two. There are some major differences between our skeletons: a horse’s bones are much larger than ours, the proportions are different and we each have a few bones that are […]

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