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Cowless Cow Work with Paul Dietz


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 26

Want to practice your cow working skills but don’t have any cattle to work? Paul Dietz shows you how to set up a simple exercise to practice with the help of a friend, horseback or on the ground. Help your horse learn to “hook on” to a moving target and get timed up in his turns. A fun way to improve your timing and your horse’s skills.

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