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Featured Horse For Sale: CLS Famous Pumpkin-SOLD

February 23, 2015
Sales Staff

CLS Famous Pumpkin: 2009 AQHA Dash Ta Fame Gelding  Pumpkin is a 1D barrel horse that has also been used extensively on a N​ew M​exico​ ranch. He has been doctoring cattle, ridden long miles, calved and branded on. Pumpkin has also been heeled on quite a bit.  Pumpkin is well-broke and light, does just whatever […]


The Colt Cam: Roping the Feet Part 1

February 19, 2015
Jenn Zeller

I know that there are people reading this that have no experience in handling a rope, but I’m here to tell you it behooves you to get on board and learn to use one — even if you’ll never rope a live bovine. We rope the feet of all our horses. There are several reasons […]


Head, Heel, and Calf Ropes; Why The Right Tools Matter

February 18, 2015
Wendel Elliott

I’m not a very good roper by any means. I’ve found myself, like most, having good days and bad days. With that said, sometimes I blame those bad days on bad equipment. Hey, it sounds better in a story. I know you’ve done the same. You know the time when it was your turn to […]


The On-Duty Horse.

February 15, 2015
Kay Schrock

It is calving season on the ranch, which means there is an on-duty horse.  We keep a few horses in the corral so we can use them to work the heifers. The heifers get turned out in the morning, and then pushed back into the corral at night. This is easiest if done from the […]


Speed Control Through Your Seat

July 17, 2014
Jenn Zeller

I was reading through some blogs recently, and it occurred to me, that some common trouble a lot of riders and their horses find themselves in, is that their horse has too much go, and not enough whoa.  While, “whoa” or “ho” is a good command, around here we don’t use verbal commands. We like […]


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