Think Like A Pro

So why reinvent the wheel? Let's see what is working for those that are successful and then adopt some of their strategies or habits. Which particular mental skills do most successful athletes seem to have in common?

NWRCHA Summer Showdown Information

Held July 15-21 in Powell Butte, Ore., the Summer Showdown is the Northwest Reined Cow Horse Association’s largest event of the year. Jam-packed into July 15-21 is the Nutrena NW Greatest Horseman and Nutrena NW Non-Pro Greatest Horseman competitions, the Coyote Rock Ranch Derby and NW Breeders Classic Futurity, plus is many more NRCHA- and […]

East Coast Reined Cow Horse Classic Show Information

The East Coast Reined Cow Horse Classic runs from July 17-21 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. The Greatest Vaquero competition is one of the featured classes at one of the year’s first futurities for reined cow horses. For more information, visit the show’s website.

Reining By The Bay Show Information

Reining By The Bay runs from July 17-21 in Woodside, California. The $55,000-added SmartPak 3-Year-Old Futurity, $35,000-added Bobs Custom Saddles Non-Pro Derby and $60,000-added Bobs Custom Saddles Open Derby are just a few of the highlights of this popular and fun show! View the current draws and results.

Step Outside The Bubble

I didn’t mean to do it. I wasn’t totally prepared, and it probably came out all wrong. I stood up and spoke at a committee meeting during the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. 

It was the Long Range Planning Committee – the individuals the NCHA counts on to “make recommendations with regard to the direction of NCHA for future growth and development and make recommendations regarding improvements to the structure of the NCHA as set forth in its Constitution and By-laws.”

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How to Properly Hydrate Your Horse

Summer takes a toll on us all. With temperatures circling the century mark almost anywhere in the U.S., we should all be mindful of how this affects our horses. Most trainers in the Southwest will start working horses about 3 a.m. these days just to avoid the worst of the heat.