Equine insurance can be confusing for even the savviest competitors. This month, Barrel Horse News helps reveal the ins and outs of your coverage options. Learn how equine insurance programs are designed to benefit equine athletes and promote peace of mind to their owners.
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.
In the article "Start to Finish" in the July issue of Barrel Horse News, Annie Lambert interviews former NFR qualifier and multiple futurity champion Danyelle Campbell about the pattern fundamentals she uses to keep her horses trained for the long haul. A variety of drills are discussed, including The Five-Barrel Drilland The Three-Circle Drill.
Women's Professional Rodeo Association honors those who work behind the scenes in rodeo .As the 2017 regular season comes to a close this week, the WPRA is pleased to announce their contract award winners that work tirelessly behind the scenes to make it all happen and keeps the Association alive and well.
While there is still much to be known about equine coronavirus (ECoV), researchers at University of California, Davis, are discovering many commonalities among horses infected with the disease and are hopeful to someday find the root cause.