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VIDEO: Horsemanship Clinic with Tristen Baroni

April 6, 2019
Cavvy Savvy

  Topics covered: The groundwork for horses 3:36 Q&A: How do I help my horse if he’s herd bound or barn sour? 13:36 Learning flexions 20:49 Transitioning a horse from a walk, trot, lope 24:36 Teach your horse to turn 29:42 Q&A: How can I start teaching my horse to drag the weight of a calf? 31:57 Soft Feel: […]


The Warm Up

April 2, 2019
Jenn Zeller

I wrote about my warm up process the other day in the post about conditioning my barrel horses. Since some of that might be easier for you to see, as opposed to read, I decided to make a video to show you what the warm up looks like. Enjoy! Be sure to message me with […]


Lead Changes

March 31, 2019
Tristen Baroni

In this video I cover footfall of leads at both the canter and gallop leading to flying lead changes. It is so important that we actually know or are at least cognizant of what our horse’s feet are doing. Especially if we are trying to perform lead changes and other maneuvers along the same lines. […]


Exclusive Horsemanship Clinic with Meyer Company Ranch Horses Trainer, Tristen Baroni

March 23, 2019
Maria Tibbetts

When: Saturday, April 6, 2019 Where: cavvysavvy.com Who: Anyone interested in colt starting and improving their horsemanship skills. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in to watch a clinic with Tristen Baroni, from the comfort of your home. No need to stand around stamping your feet to keep warm for this clinic. Tristen, the […]


Conditioning the Barrel Horse

March 14, 2019
Jenn Zeller

I’ve been absent for a while, from writing here, and I apologize. Winter here has been horrific, and since I haven’t gotten to ride as much this winter as the last few, I’ve lacked fodder to share with you. Which led me to this — I’m going to share a series about training/conditioning barrel horses; […]


Snaffle Bit Placement

February 21, 2019
Tristen Baroni

Today we are covering the placement of the snaffle bit. In this video I go over objective information covering proper placement and the reasons why we hang a bit in the horses mouth the way we do. I also cover some basic anatomy of the horses mouth, which will help you identify potential problems if […]


All Inclusive Horsemanship Clinic at The DX Ranch

January 22, 2019
Jenn Zeller

The DX Ranch is located on the picturesque Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation near Eagle Butte, SD. This fourth generation run ranch, is home to beef cattle, registered quarter horses and some of the best people you’re likely to ever encounter. They’re hosting their first ever horsemanship workshop this Spring and are excited for the opportunity […]


Art Of The Cowgirl

January 18, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

ART OF THE COWGIRL 2019 encompasses the art, heart and soul of cowgirls in ways artists are drawn to emulate.  Then — in miraculously wonderful ways, because of funds generated through ART OF THE COWGIRL —  doors open for them to fulfill those longings! Their inspiration can be rewarded and enabled through Fellowship Programs those funds […]


Trailer Unloading Woes

January 9, 2019
Savanna Simmons

We were asked, following this blog about building confidence in a horse to step down out of a trailer, what to do if a horse comes out like a rocket. Now that’s a little tricky, because more often than not, horses that speed through backing-or jumping-out of a trailer do so because of a prior […]


Building Confidence in a Young Horse

December 17, 2018
Jenn Zeller

When riding a green horse — or even 2 or 3 ride colt — outside for the first time, I have a few tips, for building confidence in that young horse and even in yourself.  We all know firsthand how overwhelming it can be, thinking about all the things that could go wrong on that […]


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