Charmayne James shares a few things to know before getting your first young horse to train for barrel racing.
For Charmayne James, her father Charlie James stands for the life principles that have guided her to success and happiness.
Managing your horse’s fitness is a process that’s unique depending on your circumstances and the region of the country in which you live.
In part one of this two-part series on the danger of quick fixes, we’ll talk about some scenarios that can be very detrimental to the horse.
This month, we’ll discuss handling difficult situations like hitting barrels, switching bits, shoeing, dentistry and conditioning.
After spending her fair share of years under the bright lights in Las Vegas winning 11 world titles, Charmayne James shares what she enjoys about watching the Wrangler NFR during her current stage in life as a spectator, teacher and barrel racing enthusiast.
Accepting help and constructive criticism with an open mind while keeping a positive attitude are some of the traits you need to be a good riding student and grow into a better barrel racer.
Daily exercise and attention to your horse’s warm-up routine go hand-in-hand to produce success on the pattern.