No Horse Prejudice

Sep 20
Jan Swan Wood

Johnny and the Optics Attack

Sep 17
Jan Swan Wood

Simple Turning

Sep 15
Tristen Baroni

Ranching in Florida; Horses and Dogs

Sep 13
Marisol Tarango

Recent Posts

No Horse Prejudice

September 20, 2023
Jan Swan Wood

Fall was in full swing on the ranch. I was riding every day, checking through the big calves to make sure nothing was showing a droopy ear or a cough. They were all on pasture with their mothers yet, and it took a lot of miles to get a look at everything. It wasn’t a […]


Johnny and the Optics Attack

September 17, 2023
Jan Swan Wood

He came with a mare I’d raised and sold as a yearling. My son and I got her back as a six year old with Johnny thrown in. He was a three year old gelding catch colt, untouched aside from the day he was roped and gelded, and was pretty watchy. Over the winter he […]


Simple Turning

September 15, 2023
Tristen Baroni

I’ve found a lot of success by making things more simple. With the way horses work through their nature, simple, with less force is more efficient. If we get to doing too much, too fast the horses will get guarded and be heavy and late. I personally am not a fan of putting my horse […]


Ranching in Florida; Horses and Dogs

September 13, 2023
Marisol Tarango

There are many different ways and traditions to achieve the same end when it comes to tending cattle, and there are many different words for the same thing in the cattle industry across America, even the world. But one thing holds true, a cowboy isn’t much without his horses, and depending on where you are, […]


High Speed Steer Gather

September 8, 2023
Jan Swan Wood

The 1982 summer herd season had been a little different as to the cattle I rode on. I had the usual yearlings, both steers and heifers, some mother cows, a big bunch of butcher cows out on grass to fatten, and the last big steers I ever rode on. The steers were three years old […]


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