5 Books for Horse-Crazy Kids

Sep 22
Maria Tussing

Handling the Feet

Sep 21
Jenn Zeller

Team Roping and Memory Loss

Sep 19
Yvonne Hollenbeck

Clinic at Joe Wolter’s Ranch

Sep 18
Savanna Simmons

Recent Posts

5 Books for Horse-Crazy Kids

September 22, 2016
Maria Tussing

Horse books are the only access some terribly unfortunate kids have to real horses. As a kid, I was lucky enough to have a horse I could jump on at will and ride off into my imagination, as our riverbottom turned into a jumping ring or a sprawling Western ranch or a pioneer homestead. But […]


Handling the Feet

September 21, 2016
Jenn Zeller

Handling the feet of your horse seems to be one thing that perplexes many horse owners. Often people will leave that job to their farrier. I’m glad I’m not a farrier, but I am able and willing to pick up the feet of a horse. You too can learn to pick up the feet of […]


Team Roping and Memory Loss

September 19, 2016
Yvonne Hollenbeck

Although team roping is not exactly known as a popular spectator sport, the most positive statistic is that it is good for a concession stand. It has been found that more people visit the food booth at a rodeo while the team roping is on than during any other event. I don’t mean to sound demeaning of the […]


Clinic at Joe Wolter’s Ranch

September 18, 2016
Savanna Simmons

I recently wrote about riding with Joe Wolter and all that I have gained in my time riding with him. If you are interested in riding with Joe, he and his wife are hosting an intimate clinic at their summer place near Ballantine, Montana Oct. 8 and 9. They are accepting 10 riders and will focus […]


Let Them Be Light: Colt Starting

September 15, 2016
Savanna Simmons

My husband Boe and I are tying into a few colts this month to get them going and be able to play with through the winter. I am posting this as almost a reminder to myself, and those of you like me: let them be light. I am naturally heavy-handed and also bring out the […]