Balance

Nov 21
Tristen Baroni

Stomach Ulcers in Horses

Nov 19
Dr. Matt Witzel, DVM

A Buck-Off Saga

Nov 15
Jolyn Young

Recent Posts

How to Tie a Rope Halter

November 11, 2019
Jenn Zeller

I’ve used rope halters for years, and it wasn’t until I was in college that I learned there’s actually a right way and wrong way to tie them. In the video below I’ll show you the right way, and tell you why it’s the better way to do it. Happy Trails!


Trailer Loading

November 4, 2019
Jolyn Young

Trailer loading is an essential skill for a working cowboy. Oftentimes, cattle need to be caught and loaded into a stock trailer way out on the range, far from the convenience of corrals and a loading chute. But with enough knowledge, a rope, and a horse, a cowboy crew can load bovines with very little […]


A Mule Sprouts Wings

November 1, 2019
Jan Swan Wood

I spent a fall and winter working for an outfit that had absolutely the worst fences I’d ever seen. The perimeter fences were maintained by the neighbors in self defense, so at least all this ranch’s stock stayed on the ranch. But, the division fences were usually hanging a foot or so off the ground […]


A Well Trained Mind Directs Circumstance. Ground Work for Weanlings

October 30, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

Fall is here. For many that means pumpkin spice and sweaters, but for us at North Four Mile Creek it means it is time to wean the foals. Days to come will be filled with working and playing with them. The foals all have their own personalities and they all have to have some basic […]


Cowboy Kindergarten

October 29, 2019
Jolyn Young

How do little cowboys learn to be full-fledged working cowboys? By going to Cowboy Kindergarten, of course. That is what I refer to the area behind our house. We set up roping dummies, a bucking barrel, and a trampoline in this stretch of dirt between the house and the arena. The trampoline is stocked with […]