Home HG Volume 02 HG Issue 6 - Spring 2011 Working Yearlings with Help with Bryan and Luke Neubert

Working Yearlings with Help with Bryan and Luke Neubert


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 6

Good help may be hard to find but there’s nothing like having a good hand to help you do the job. In this segment, Bryan Neubert teams up with his son Luke to demonstrate how you might start colts if you had some help.

To begin with, Bryan stays on foot while Luke works from a saddle horse. The pair quickly teaches a set of colts to lead, yield to the pressure of a rope, have their feet handled and accept the saddle on their backs. Bryan draws from his many years of colt starting experience to offer several safety tips to keep it a good experience for you and the horses.

The original length of this clip is 1 hour 7 minutes 34 seconds

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