Killing Your Horse’s Appetite with Bryan Neubert

Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No.18 Having a horse that wants to sneak a bite to eat when you’re on his back is a common problem. Bryan Neubert shows you a simple way that you can make it uncomfortable for him to reach for a bite, and kill his appetite for eating grass while […]

Trailer Loading with Lee Smith

Excerpt from Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 18 Loading a horse in a trailer can bring to the surface many issues that we might miss in our daily groundwork or riding. Lee Smith helps a student who has had trouble loading a horse on her own. She works through the horse’s resistance and gives the student […]

Changing Directions with Paul Dietz

Excerpt from Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 18 Working in a circle, Paul Dietz demonstrates how he would prepare a horse to change direction. A simple exercise that can help keep your horse with you mentally, and prepared physically for what you are asking him to do. Paul is riding a colt but the same procedure […]

Setting Up Shots with a Friend with Scott Grosskopf

Excerpt from Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 18 Scott Grosskopf demonstrates how a friend can help you prepare your cattle so that you can set up shots for roping, for practice and in real-life situations. Scott discusses how you can set up cattle for particular shots, and how you might adjust if the situation changes.  The […]

Leg Yield Series Part 2: the Trot with Wendy Murdoch

Excerpt from Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 18 In part 2 of this series Wendy Murdoch shows how you can take the straightness that you established in the leg at the walk and carry it into the trot. Using visual aids on both horse and rider, you can see when an issue arises and how Wendy […]