After breaking his ankle when a horse fell down with him, futurity trainer Craig Brooks got accustomed to life on the couch for a few weeks.
Two-time WPRA world champion Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi found consistency and control for Babe On The Chase with the L&W Bits steel nose combination.
Barrel racer Molly Otto shares some philosophies that guided her from a childhood without horses to a place at the top as a well-respected horsewoman.
Trainer DaCota Monk discusses the L&W Mikey three-piece lifter he used on two-time futurity and slot race champion Famous Lemon Drop and how he transitioned into that bridle.
No home arena? No problem. Here’s how one professional barrel horse trainer structures her program without having her own arena.
National Finals Rodeo qualifier Shali Lord has everything she needs to effectively communicate with Freckles Ta Fame in the Neil Merrill medium shank three-piece twisted—lift, whoa, and a balanced feel with a quick response.
Buying a horse can be a frustrating and lengthy process for even the most seasoned competitors. If you’re new to the sport or have never purchased a horse before, it can be an especially daunting mission.
These young barrel horse trainers are proving they’ve got what it takes to train and compete alongside the industry’s top veterans.