Futurity Heavyweight Andy Holcomb
Meet Andy Holcomb, the West Coast trainer zeroing in on aged ropings.
The Foundation: The Top Hands Behind the Trainers
Even the best ropers—and horse trainers—in the world have some serious backup in the top hands who put the outside rides on their young horses. From ranch cowboys to cow horse trainers to cutters, there are trainers behind the trainers who make top futurity horses, world champions and just true winners. Their styles are as different as the men themselves, but their results are gold buckles, gold globes and all-around great horses.
"The Score" Podcast
5 Things You MIGHT Not Know About NFR Qualifier and AQHA Champion CR Bradley
Here are five things you may or may not know about this week's guest of The Score, CR Bradley.
Using A Dummy to Get Your Horse’s Attention with Rich Skelton
Rich Skelton on using the dummy to get your horses paying attention and learning quicker.
Run VS. Rate: What to Look For in A Prospect with Trevor Brazile
What to look for in a prospect depends on your roping goals.
Determination and Success: Randy Lewis, DVM
For heeler Randy Lewis, DVM, becoming a horse doctor wasn’t a choice he made. Instead, it was just a fact of life since as long as he can remember.
Trevor Brazile: There’s No Quick Fixes When Training Horses
There are rarely overnight solutions to training troubles.
Training Your Team Roping Tot
Parents often raise their children to have similar values, passions, and pastimes as themselves, and team roping parents are no different. If you have a child, chances are that you are in the process of, or planning to, turn him or her into your roping partner. Compared with many sports, a unique aspect of team roping children is they are often taught and coached primarily by parents rather than formal, paid coaches. Coaching children, particularly your own, brings a set of unique challenges. This article will give you ideas for how to coach in a more effective fashion.
Ideal Characteristics in a Breakaway Horse with Lari Dee Guy