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Mechanics Versus Psychology with Richard Winters

Posted by on Dec 4, 2018 in BLOG, Richard Winters, Training Tips | 0 comments

Richard Winters, After over thirty-five years of horse training and working with thousands of horses, I’m convinced that there’s...

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It’ll Be Fine 3 by Doug Lindgren

Posted by on Nov 27, 2018 in BLOG, Doug Lindgren, Training Tips | 0 comments

Jody and I have been back in Arizona for a couple of weeks now. We’ll be here for the winter and it’s starting out like it’s going...

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Moving Forward by Barbra Schulte

Posted by on Nov 19, 2018 in Barbra Schulte, BLOG, Training Tips | 0 comments

Have you ever said, “Well, moving forward, let’s __________ .” You let go of anything that holds you back. You look to what you want...

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Trailer Ready to Haul by Martha Josey & Alissa Burson-Kelly

Posted by on Nov 7, 2018 in BLOG, Martha Josey, Training Tips | 0 comments

  Trailer Ready to Haul by Martha Josey & Alissa Burson-Kelly Having your horse trailer prepared to haul down the road is...

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The 1-2-3 of Working Cattle Down the Fence by Al Dunning

Posted by on Nov 2, 2018 in Al Dunning, BLOG, Training Tips | 0 comments

In the Working Cow Horse classes, you must turn the cow on the fence once each way. What separates the quality turns from the average or...

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Do “As Is” Clauses in Sales Contracts Prevent All Lawsuits? by Julie Fershtman

Posted by on Oct 8, 2018 in BLOG, Lifestyle | 0 comments

Do “As Is” Clauses in Sales Contracts Prevent All Lawsuits? Equine sales agreements sometimes include the words “as is” and “with...

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