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Ride Aware of Your Horse’s Feet. Tips from Lynn Kohr

July 21, 2014
Jessie Salter

I want to take this opportunity to share some quick tips from my dear friend and proven trainer and competitor,  Lynn Kohr.    I’ve ridden with Lynn since I was little, and she never ceases to amaze me with her talented horsemanship and hunger for learning and improving. This particular tip is one that hits […]


Calgary Barrel Racing Top Money Winners

July 20, 2014
Jessie Salter

Courtesy of www.wpra.com 1 Wonders Cowboy Dan, Kaley Bass $115,500  -00 gr. g.Wonders Pal-Jackie Cowgirl Bar, Cowboy Dans Bar 2 Crickets Peppy Zan, Jean Winters $32,000  -02 sor. g. Zan Parr Cricket-Georges Bay Miss, Ceaser Reed 3 Flos Heiress, Fallon Taylor $28,000  -06 sor. m. Dr Nick Bar-Flowers And Money, On TheMoney Red 4 Kisskiss Bangbang, […]


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 […]


Seasoning Your Performance Horse Prospect

July 16, 2014
Jessie Salter

One thing is for sure, seasoning a young performance horse prospect can be a very humbling experience.  It has to be done. It’s part of the training process. Horses can feel like champions at home, but they can’t be proven until they’ve gone somewhere. I’m very fortunate that I have an indoor and outdoor arena […]


Dexterity in Horsemanship

July 14, 2014
Jenn Zeller

Some of you read the title to this post and thought, “what the!?” Honestly, becoming dexterous is one of the best things we can do to improve our horses and our horsemanship. I’m sure that any of you reading this have been on a horse that turns, or rides better to one side than the […]