May 9, 2017
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 know I competed as a rookie in the Vaquero Heritage Trainers Challenge with a horse named Scratch. One of the judges and organizers of that event was Jeremy Dunn. Over the course of the competition, we became friends with Jeremy, his wife Brandie and their two children Sage and Steele. The Dunns live on a remote ranch, the Broken Arrow, in Rosamond bordered on three sides by the mighty Tejon Ranch. They raise cattle, chickens, a milk cow, have a garden and live the ranch life. Jeremy trains outside horses and Brandie offers clinics on homemade cheese making.
I learned a lot from Jeremy about horsemanship during the Trainers Challenge and even more afterward. He impressed upon me the fact that horses need a job. His clinics are designed to measure the ability of horse and rider and improve from there.
We talk about ranching, horses, and knife making. Jeremy Dunn and I have teamed up to host a clinic this May. It is a morning of instruction and an afternoon of trail riding. We want people to learn then immediately put what they learn into practice.
There is a "Join Our Email" list at the top of this page. Signup. Each week I'll send you something useful you can use to build a better relationship with your horse. Thanks!
We have well over 100 episodes up now and you can find them all for free on iTunes, with our Android App in the Amazon store, and now Stitcher, or wherever podcasts are distributed. Get the Stitcher app and tell us how it works. We are on Google Play too! You can also find every episode and more about the show at whoapodcast.com. Please take a moment and join our email list. Get in on the conversation with Facebook and Twitter - just look for WhoaPodcast.
You are a big part of why we do this podcast. We really love getting your feedback. Please let us know your thoughts, ideas, and suggestions for the show. You can email us at John@WhoaPodcast.com
Thanks for listening,