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Whoa Podcast About Horses Horsemanship

May 30, 2017

Barbra Schulte Cowgirl Cutter Personal Coach

barbra schulte

I first met Barbra Schulte early in my horsemanship career.  While volunteering at Equine Affaire in Pomona, California, Barbra was giving a cow clinic.  It must have been around 2007 or 2008, and here was this soft-spoken woman talking about how to cut cows out of the...

May 23, 2017

Keeping Early Californio Tradition Alive 

Early Californio

There are a group of cowboys and horsemen that are trying to keep the traditions used on livestock and horses during the mission era of California, the early Californio traditions.  It's a slower way, but it's better for the horses and livestock.  Bruce Sandifer of the

May 16, 2017


emergency preparedness

Do you know what your horse's normal temperature is supposed to be?  How about his heart rate or respiration?  Do you know how to take your horse's pulse?

In an emergency, this information can help your vet assess the situation much more quickly and save valuable time in getting your horse treatment.  This week we...

May 9, 2017

Jeremy Dunn

Jeremy Dunn and the Broken Arrow Ranch

Jeremy Dunn is a rancher, horse trainer, knife builder, reata braider, and has quite a few more skills developed from a life on the ranch.  And, he really enjoys backcountry camping and would like to teach more people how to access the wilderness with their horses.

Many of you...

May 2, 2017

Endurance Riding

Endurance Riding with Our Friends Paul and Dona

Endurance Riding?  How did we get here?  I love following leads wherever they go.  It's not an admirable trait, I know, but I can't help it.  Keith Swenson had me envisioning myself riding a horse across the Mongolian Steppe in an episode a month ago.  Then, a listener...