Ashley Schafer shows you her four-corner drill that she does to keep all of her horses soft and responsive.
Ivy Hurst explains importance of shoulder control on and off the pattern and why it’s necessary for rate.
Ivy Hurst explains her meaning of “dry work” for barrel racing and how to instill correct fundamentals before moving your horse into pattern work.
Ivy Hurst explains how riding deeper past the barrel creates a better turn than trying to turn the barrel too tight.
Speeding your horse’s feet up while maintaining your horse’s frame and keeping them in your hands with Blue Allen.
Andrea Cline’s one-barrel drill helps your horse learn where to place its feet and reinforces speed control.