Good, Better, Best for the Horse Industry

In 2007, I was introduced to the tremendous principal of “Good, Better, Best” by a remarkable man, Dallin H. Oaks. He is a leader within my church; I’ve never met him, but through the years I have come to deeply love and respect his wise counsel. In “Good, Better, Best,” he said, “Most of us […]

See How to Attach Slobber Straps to Your Mecate

Are slobber straps really for slobber? Slobber straps http://bit.ly/2kMpYan have an odd name considering their main purpose is to add extra weight to the bit ends of a mecate. This added weight causes the bit ends of the rein to drop instantly when either side of the mecate is released. In turn this releases the […]

Breast Collars

– the Secret to Helping Your Horse Have Better Runs while Keeping You Safer!

Our Website Evolution

This is Shella again, with Buffalo Ranch. I get the awesome opportunity to write this edition of the SDP blog. First, I would like to wish EVERYONE a very merry Christmas from all of us here at Buffalo Ranch. I read an article that said one human year equals at least four internet years. That’s […]

Don’t Be Even a Hole Off! Learn Proper Curb Adjustment

Have you ever had a problem with a horse resisting the bit, turning better one direction than the other or having other troubles accepting rein cues? Improper curb http://bit.ly/2dkWTPp adjustment isn’t often the cause of these issues but it certainly can be the problem. Checking to make sure our curbs are adjusted right when we’re […]

The 21st Century Horse Business

Living in the Information Age is glorious! It’s also maddening to no end! Instant information is always available and always on. Communication is global. There has never been so much opportunity, nor has there ever been so much confusion. It’s hard to keep up sometimes. It is like drinking from a fire hose. We all […]

How Did Roping Reins Change History?

Since man first domesticated the horse and began to ride thousands of years ago, control of the mount has been of primary concern says Dennis Moreland Tack. Probably the first “control” mechanism was a rawhide string tied around the lower jaw and extending back to the rider’s hand. With this string, the horse’s head could […]

A Proclamation of Gratitude

One of my favorite holidays is upon us! Here in the U.S., we celebrate Thanksgiving annually on the fourth Thursday of November. For most Americans, it has turned into a bounteous feast of turkey and glutinous delight while watching three National Football League games. For cutting and reining professionals, it is as much of that […]

Being Better Horseman

Hi All! I have had a busy fall with my futurity horses. This has been one of my favorite years, as this group is outstanding. They have been consistently in the money everywhere they go, with several wins and reserve championships. I could not be more pleased with them. Now comes the hard part of […]

Soft 4 Plait Loping Hackamore

People Said-Give Us Choices! The Dennis Moreland Tack Soft 4 Plait Loping Hackamore is ready to ride in 3 new colors! A great loping hackamore http://bit.ly/2hvtyqh can make a difference between just prepping your horse to show and really warming him up to show at his very top level. You want a hackamore that has […]