Working a Dull Horse Day 2
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Working a Dull Horse Day 2

  In this video you’ll see me riding a 5yo mare. I apologize in advance for the audio quality. My…
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Thank you all so much for your support this year! I look forward to making 2024 the best year yet,…
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Prepare Luna to be Saddled
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Prepare Luna to be Saddled

Ray Hunt says: "Prepare to position for the transition". Translation: prepare the horse for what is to come/what you want…
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Starting Luna, the Long-Yearling.
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Starting Luna, the Long-Yearling.

Starting a long yearling under saddle sets them up with a good understanding of what their life will be like….
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Training Tip Tuesday – Posting the Correct Diagonal
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Training Tip Tuesday – Posting the Correct Diagonal

In this little clip of a July 2022 ride on Doodlebug, I walk you through a few things I like…
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Training Tip Tuesday – Backing Straight
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Training Tip Tuesday – Backing Straight

One way to tell if your horse is balanced and correct to both sides is through backing them up. And…
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Barrel Pattern Work – FOR US!
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Barrel Pattern Work – FOR US!

I've often said that barrel pattern work really isn't as much for the horse as it is for us. It's…
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Lincoln, NE Clinic Recap
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Lincoln, NE Clinic Recap

Your clinic was so organized and I learned so much and enjoyed every moment of it! I would absolutely love…
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Training Tip Tuesday: The First Barrel
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Training Tip Tuesday: The First Barrel

The First Barrel The first barrel in barrel racing, often referred to as the MONEY barrel, plays a pivotal role…
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Groundwork With Presley
Colt Starting

Groundwork With Presley

Groundwork is the most important part of starting a colt. Starting a colt under saddle is really about preparing the…
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If at first…
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If at first…

Once in a while I find myself being interviewed by a journalist. They must believe that I have something worthwhile…
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Training Tip Tuesday – Don’t Obsess
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Training Tip Tuesday – Don’t Obsess

It’s a common thing to do in training your horse – obsess about the things that aren’t working. But I’m…
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Training Tip Tuesday – Know Your Horse
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Training Tip Tuesday – Know Your Horse

It’s so important to know your horse. Years ago I read an article in “Horse and Rider” magazine about knowing…
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Speed Control
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Speed Control

Speed control is undoubtedly one of the things most beginner barrel racers, and even some of the seasoned veterans struggle…
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A Lateral Drill for all Horses
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A Lateral Drill for all Horses

Every horse regardless of their discipline, can benefit from lateral work. My answer when someone asks for “drills” is usually…
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There’s No Such Thing as a Hot Horse
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There’s No Such Thing as a Hot Horse

There’s no such thing as a hot horse. But there are horses that don’t have any confidence in what we…
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6 Tips to Help Control Nervousness Come Race Day! 
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6 Tips to Help Control Nervousness Come Race Day! 

One of the most commonly asked questions in the barrel racing groups that I frequent, is “How do I control…
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Merry Christmas!
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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas friends and family! Thank you for all of your support this year — through attending my clinics, trusting…
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Horseback Riding 101
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Horseback Riding 101

For years I've thought about this- but wasn't sure I could make it work. I made excuse after excuse! I…
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Get Creative With Your Training
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Get Creative With Your Training

There is more than one way to get the job done – almost always. Often we forget that we don't…
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