A panel of seasoned experts weighs in on the art of savvy stallion promotion.
As temperatures begin to dip, Dr. Juliet Getty, equine nutrition specialist, reminds you to help your horse make the transition to winter feeding in good shape—and that means you being informed about the sugar and starch that lurk in your fall pasture growth.
Enjoy yourself to the fullest and be your best out on the barrel racing trail. Equine professional Barbra Schulte offers a few tips for composure to make your daily routine at any event more productive.
Get your horse's attention with this drill from barrel horse trainier Tasha Welsh. The cloverleaf configuration with a fourth barrel in the middle can be beneficial to virtually any pattern-related problem, but the common ground shared by all variations is that it keeps your counterpart waiting on you rather than calling the shots or fumbling through the footwork.