Trouble-Shooting Box Issues with Brad Lund and Dakota Kirchenschlager

Brad Lund and Dakota Kirchenschlager trouble-shoot box issues on both head and heel horses.

In this full practice session, Brad Lund and Dakota Kirchenschlager are trouble-shooting box issues. Lund heads on a daughter of DT Sugar Chex Whiz, the mare Billie Jack Saebens won Horse of the Year aboard. He addresses issues that have arisen from a winter in the show pen on a 4-year-old. Afterwards, Kirchenschlager talks trouble-shooting a heel horse.

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ABOUT BRAD LUND:

Lund is a professional horseman who’s made his mark at American Quarter Horse Association, National Reined Cow Horse Association and American Rope Horse Futurity Association events for years. The 17-time World Champion has won three Superhorse titles. Lund also loves to rope, and competes at USTRC and World Series of Team Roping events. He operates Brad Lund Performance Horses out of La Cygne, Kansas, with his wife, Amy, and son, Garett. 

ABOUT DAKOTA KIRCHENSCHLAGER:

Kirchenschlager is an accomplished team roper and respected rope horse trainer. He is from Whitesboro, Texas. Kirchenschlager is a three-time National Finals Rodeo (NFR) qualifier and 2011 Resistol Team Roping Rookie of the Year in heeling. He made his first appearance at the NFR at age 21, in 2012. He returned to Vegas in 2014 and 2016, and has won the most coveted titles in the business. Kirchenschlager has done crossover training, using lessons learned from reiners, reined cow horse trainers and ropers alike, with an emphasis on the importance of keeping horses responsive and liking their job.

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