Mare Milking Device

Jan 23
Jan Swan Wood

Eye Emergencies in Horses

Jan 21
Dr. Matt Witzel, DVM

Body Haltering A Foal

Jan 14
Jan Swan Wood

Recent Posts

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 […]


Double A Feeds WSRRA Ranch Rodeo and Ranch Bronc Riding

July 10, 2014
Terryn Drieling

In my neck of the woods, there are a few summer events everyone looks forward to.  One of those events is the Double A Feeds WSRRA Ranch Rodeo and Ranch Bronc Riding.  This year marks the 7th year for the event, which started out as a small ten team event sponsored by the local feed […]


RANCH HORSE TRAINING: Setting up for success at a colt’s first branding

July 1, 2014
Jan Swan Wood

Roping and dragging calves to the fire at branding time is a timeless tradition in ranching country. Every horse there, though, has had to drag that first calf to the fire, and how that worked out will affect the horse for years to come. Riding a colt and dragging a calf to the fire compounds […]


Ranch horses in Nevada

June 25, 2014
Abbey Smith

Ranch horses in Nevada cover a lot of country in one day. “Circle horses,” as they are called are used to gather and move cattle long distances to fresh feed and water. A circle horse can put in as few as five miles  and up to fifty before quitting time. Nevada ranchers and cowboys look […]