When this episode is published, I will be really close to having a baby (my first) if I haven't already. So this is a very special episode for me. Andrea and I talk about what it's like to get back…
One of my Facebook friends recently posted about her experience at a local barrel race saying basically, barrel racing is supposed to be fun, what's with all the drama? I thought it would be a good idea for Andrea and…
I recently wrote a blog post titled, "This Part Time Cowboy Lifestyle, is it Really Worth it All?" where I wrote about the reasons, even with all the struggles that go along with it, this lifestyle is totally worth it…
This episode is all about helping you decide what you want to accomplish with your horses in 2016. Whether you have specific milestones you want to reach with your horse or your goal is to get a horse this year, setting measurable SMART goals can help you accomplish whatever you set out to.
The host of the Whoa Podcast, John Harrer returns to the show to talk about his experience training a wild horse for the Vaquero Heritage Trainers Challenge in Tehachapi.
In this interview, I talk with Heather Smith of barrelracingtips.com about the many facets of competitive barrel racing. It’s such a simple concept – take your horse around 3 stationary barrels in a cloverleaf pattern. But it turns out, there is far more to it than that. Whether you’re a barrel racer or not, if you are involved with horses and the world of western competition, you won’t want to miss this one.
Today’s episode features an interview I did with horseman, Van Hargis for the Cowboy Champions Summit that was held this past June. I got a lot of great feedback on this interview, so I wanted to share it with those of you who missed the summit. Van talks about how to make horsemanship simple by “reducing to the ridiculous.”
Cliff Schadt Jr. is not your typical cowboy. In fact, he grew up in a family of hunter jumper trainers on Long Island, New York. Even so, he knew from a young age, that there was “cowboy” in his blood. That hankering eventually led him to the west where he worked on ranches in Oregon, Nevada, Wyoming and Montana as well as for renowned horseman, Craig Cameron. Listen in to hear Cliff’s story and get a little inspiration to chase after your own dreams.
In this episode I speak to the Owner of Colorado Cattle Company, Tom Carr. He tells the story of how he came to love and later own his dream working cattle ranch/dude ranch, and why it’s a great option for a vacation if you’re into that sort of thing. This interview was a ton of fun and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Maybe you are familiar with National Day of the American Cowboy already. Perhaps you have been to one of the dozens of events held across the US and even in other countries, to celebrate the iconic cowboy hero. However much you think you know, I guarantee you will learn something from this interview with Bethany Braley who is the driving force behind this national celebration. Plus, learn how you can be instrumental in getting this special day recognized in your home state.