Episode 49: Horsemanship Made Simple with Van Hargis

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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.”

Van also weighed in on a recent blog post I compiled, Ask the Experts: How to Avoid the Pitfalls of First-Time Horse Ownership, featuring horse-buying advice from top horsemen and women.

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Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

vanhargis.com

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  1. Sandy

    Loved Episode #49 with Van Hargis! Everything he said is such valuable knowledge.

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