Roping and Branding Tips with Dwight Hill

Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 30 Ranch roping and branding combine the skills of good horsemanship with a real-world task of taking care of livestock. Dwight Hill shares some of his experience with you in the form of tips and suggestions about gear, setting up shots, handling your rope and much more.  Full […]

The Not-So-Basic Basics with Steve and Amy LeSatz

From Issue No.37 Sometimes the basics are not so basic. From saddling to bridling, catching to leading those fundamental skills can set the tone for all your interactions with your horse. Steve and Amy LeSatz offer some great guidance on getting things to go right from the beginning and build a solid foundation with your […]

Saddling Tips and Groundwork with Lee Smith

From The Horseman’s Gazette Issue No.36 Lee helps some students that have trouble saddling their horses by sharing tips for being better organized as well as strategies for making saddling be smoother. She offers some suggestions for modifications to saddling for small women and kids. The full length of this lesson is 38:03 Watch a […]

A Herdbound Exercise with Joe Wolter

From The Horseman’s Gazette Issue No.36 Having a horse who’s attention is elsewhere can inhibit our interactions with them and can also be dangerous. Even if the disconnect is subtle it’s important to be aware of whether our horse is truly with us mentally. At a recent clinic Joe Wolter helps a student address this […]

Riding a New Horse with Lester Buckley

From The Horseman’s Gazette Issue No.35 Lester Buckley discusses his plan for riding his young mare for the first time after a long break. In the prior segment he prepared her on the ground for the ride that we see here. Lester starts by getting with the horse and helping her to settle her energy […]

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