Ray Hunt – Leg & Rein Cues By Barney Nelson
Ray Hunt had a reputation for straight—talk to his students as well as to the horses he worked with. His admonition to riders is to send clear, ungarbled messages. Enjoy a look back at his teaching style.
“A Once in a Lifetime Saddle” A Benefit Auction for Maysa Hagel
A community of renowned saddle makers and western artisans are collaborating to build a one-of-a-kind custom western saddle to be auctioned off to benefit Maysa Hagel.
Confirming Your Aids – Impeccable and Imperceptible By Alice Trindle
One of the marks of any true horseman is the ability to communicate with the horse so quietly, so beautifully, that the observer is left with a sense of awe and wondering how such amazing movements could be accomplished. It’s that experience of watching a beautiful dance, where every aspect from the music, to the venue, to the story being told is expressed seemingly without effort.
GPS Is a Standard Feature By Dr. Steve Peters
We have all heard those stories of getting lost and having our horse somehow find the way back. Maybe this has even happened to you. How did they do that?
Thoughts That Get Us In Trouble By Tom Moates
How do we get horses to let go of their thoughts so they are available to hear what we present?
Forage, Friends, Movement – And the Development of Self By Amy Skinner
Amy offers her thoughts on what it takes to make a happy horse.
Working on the Hindquarters with Joe Wolter By Patti Hudson
Joe offers his insight as to why having the hindquarters working makes such a difference to horse and rider.
Feeling What a Horse Needs – A Lesson in Focus Part 3 With Tom Curtin Photos by Emily Kitching
Tom takes us through his thoughts and observations while helping a student learn about preparing to be saddled.