The success and longevity of your barrel horse depends upon a solid foundation.
No home arena? No problem. Here’s how one professional barrel horse trainer structures her program without having her own arena.
Veteran barrel horse trainer and super senior rider Marcheta Garrett shows how a simple change in direction can put your horse’s training on the correct path.
Hallie Hanssen’s training philosophy relies on teaching barrel horses responsiveness through consistent cues.
Using poles, Brady Weaver teaches barrel prospect footwork finesse before he ever asks the horse to turn a barrel.
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.
Professional barrel racer Kassie Mowry trains her horses against their natural tendencies to increase their athleticism and make them think.
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?