FINDING THE RUN: How to Add Speed to a Cow Horse
How the Relentless Remuda's Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker get the most run possible out of cow-bred horses.
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Trevor Brazile and 4-year-old ARHFA World Champion Tuckin Away Buckles

Trevor Brazile has had success on cow-bred horses and running-bred horses, and he’s had to adapt his training for each individual he’s swung a leg over. In this Relentless Insights, Brazile and training partner Miles Baker talk about how they address adding speed a cow horse and what sets these bloodlines apart, brought to you by Cactus Ropes.

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