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Legacy Colt Part 2 – Ride and Cow work with Peter Campbell


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 21

In this segment, Peter Campbell puts another ride on his colt. The colt, who was a little fussy with the bit the first day starts to learn to wear it without it bothering him as much. Peter reminds us that when horses are young, they “don’t need a whole bunch, but they do need a little.” He shows some things that you could do to get a young horse started in a good way.

The original length of this clip is 23 minutes 27 seconds

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