A Recap of Art of the Cowgirl

Jun 17
Jenn Zeller

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A Recap of Art of the Cowgirl

June 17, 2019
Jenn Zeller

Ever since the first Art of the Cowgirl teaser video was aired, I had been intrigued and wanted to attend. Imagine my excitement when those plans met up with good fortune, and Tammy Pate offered me the chance to assist her with the event. Even though it meant a very busy weekend, the Inaugural “Art […]


How To Start A Colt

June 15, 2019
Tristen Baroni

In this hour long segment we go over how to start a colt and I show and demonstrate several things a potential horse buyer should check out. My line of thinking is, if I can teach you how to observe, you can learn together with your horse. Observation is the key, before you go to […]


5 Things I Don’t Miss About Cow Camp

June 13, 2019
Jolyn Young

My family spent its formative years living on remote ranches located an average of 2 hours from town. While there are many aspects of cow camp life that I miss, here are a few lifestyle traits I was happy to leave behind when we moved to our new location just 8 miles from a small agricultural […]


Transformation Tuesday: Tuning the Horse into You

June 11, 2019
Jenn Zeller

In the video below, we’ll show you what we might do to help a troubled horse tune into you. You’ll see at the beginning, the horse is looking around, kind of blasting through the ground work. He’s not really thinking about what Zach is asking. It doesn’t take too long, however, and his head comes […]


How To Handle Rainy Weather

June 4, 2019
Jolyn Young

It hasn’t rained this much since…well, since the last time it rained this much. Climate change believers blame automobile emissions and factory farming (whatever that is) for the unusual weather patterns, but we who make a living outdoors know the truth: It’s just springtime. This extended cold/wet weather pattern last occurred in northern Nevada in […]