It was all for a chance to be named the winner of the 2013 Colt Starting Challenge.
"The old way of getting on and bucking, bucking, bucking, that's gone. Now we use their natural instincts," said David Tuggle, President of South Eastern Farriers & Horseowners Association.
Natural horsemanship is a way of transforming a wild horse to one that's obedient. It's something that usually takes horse owners six months to a year to do. (Read more.)
Monday, October 21, 2013
Making the Right Choice the Easy Choice
I was encouraged to read this article about how Natural Horsemanship works--an overview of the 2013 Colt Starting Challenge in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia.