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Alternative Horse Therapy. Interview with Josey Key

November 17, 2014
Jessie Salter

Josey Key lives in Stephenville, Texas where not only is she the wife of 9X NFR Qualifier, David Key, she’s a mother of 2 young boys, a great team roper, business woman, and a laser therapy specialist.  I got in touch with Josey to ask her some questions about her laser therapy and a few […]


Never Stop Learning

November 16, 2014
Bailee Murnion

“Ability is what you are capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.” – Unknown   In order to grow as horsemen, we should never forget that we are always learning. We should foster that attitude that we can learn something, whether it be good or bad, from every […]


Being a Cowboy-Girl

November 13, 2014
Tayler Teichert

Ever see those window stickers on a big 4WD truck that says ‘Silly Boys, Trucks are for Girls’? Well,  I’ve seen a handful in my day. I have had many people tell me I should slap one on my truck and I, tactfully as possible, told them, no thank you, those are corny. I have […]


When do you start to blanket your horses?

November 11, 2014
Jessie Salter

Well, it’s official.  Winter has finally decided to make it’s appearance in Montana. The big question for many winter residing horse owners is; to blanket or not to blanket my horse? My feelings are that blanketing your horse depends on several different variables.  Here are four of the main circumstances that come to mind: 1. […]


The Third Ride

November 8, 2014
Jenn Zeller

I thought I’d start sharing some videos I took this past winter, when I started one of my colts. I’ve since sold this colt – he’s gone on to a very handy,  West River Cowboy. He’d had him a couple weeks, rode him maybe once, and went and roped and doctored a yearling bull on him. […]


Working over a Tarp

November 3, 2014
Jenn Zeller

One of the things I love to do with my colts, and even older horses, is challenge them to “get with me”.  I want them to realize that as an effective leader for them, I’ll not “lead” them astray; that they can trust my judgement. If we do not become effective leaders for our horses, […]


2014 NFR Contestants

November 2, 2014
Jessie Salter

My dad asked me this morning where he could find the contestant list for this year’s National Finals Rodeo.  I said, “Hold on Dad. I’ll find it quick and email it to Mom.”  Well, it didn’t really happen as quick as I’d like it to.  So, I figured we’d better post this exciting information here.  […]


WHERE THERE’S A WILL THERE’S A WAY

October 31, 2014
One smart ranch horses figures out how to ride, not trot, home from the pasture.

Many years ago when I worked on a big outfit in New Mexico, an incident occurred that has stuck in my mind for all these years. One early morning a crew of us were sent to the top of the mesa to a rough, rocky pasture that was pretty thick with cedars to gather some […]


Hauling Horses, Part 2

October 30, 2014
Jenn Zeller

I’m back with more safety tips for the road! We will just continue down the list we started previously. 6. Keep a good, working, heavy duty jack in your pickup or trailer (where it is accessible even if your horses are in the trailer).  I have a big, heavy, timber that is made so that […]


AQHA Stallion Report Deadline Approaching

October 29, 2014
Jessie Salter

Two important deadlines are fast approaching for stallion owners: American Quarter Horse Association stallion breeding reports and AQHA Incentive Fund stallion nomination forms must be postmarked on or before November 30, 2014. According to the AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations, the owner, authorized agent or lessee of every American Quarter Horse stallion must […]


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