Barrel Horse News caught up with Colorado Classic producer Kayla Jones to chat about the successful 2021 event.
No home arena? No problem. Here’s how one professional barrel horse trainer structures her program without having her own arena.
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.
A thinking mind, balanced movement and willingness to learn are three winning traits Kassie Mowry prefers in her futurity prospects.
Trainer Samantha Flannery noticed an untapped well in the futurity industry—the options for quality help for the average person training their own futurity horse.
It’s true that having good hands is crucial for every barrel racer and horseman out there, but it’s not a static position. So what does ‘good hands’ mean?
Barrel races start in the alley. The alleyway is key to a consistent first barrel, but sometimes we can get into trouble before we ever enter the arena.