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Vaquero Style Horsemanship by Ed Connell
This companion book to Ed Connell’s books Hackamore Reinsman and Reinsman Of The West is made up of a compilation of letters and magazine articles written by Ed that provide more clarification and explanation to the training methods described in his first two books. Some of these letters and articles date back to the 1950s, and include further discussion on topics such as reining, the A-Fork saddle, starting horses Vaquero style, ground-pulling with a hackamore, teaching the stop and turn, along with many more.
Rawhide Stirrup Key Ring #G2
Description: This Rawhide Stirrup Key Ring will hang on the outside of your pocket so you won’t have to reach in your pocket to get your keys. It’s also just the right size to fit in your pocket! It’s perfect for hanging your keys on a hook and fits in a purse easily. The hand braided rawhide is very classy. This is a beautiful gift for someone special. Don’t ever go looking for your keys again! Get this hand braided keyring!
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A Bit of Information
A quick, easy to read booklet with excellent illustrations and photos by renowned bit maker Greg Darnell. This booklet is full of useful information on both snaffles and curb bits. Mr. Darnell explains the differences in types of bits and suggests what the succession of bits should be as your horse advances in training. If you’d like to know how each part of a bit works, and how your horse is likely to respond to different bits, this is the booklet for you! Keep this great reference tool handy for whenever you’ll need to know more about bits.
A Horseman Remembers His First 90 Years by Jack Brainard
In this memoir that spans over nearly a century, Jack Brainard shares his experiences growing up on the plains of South Dakota to his time in the Army, and from ranching and training horses to becoming one of the founding members of associations including Stock Horse of Texas, National Reining Horse Association, Iowa Quarter Horse Association, and Midwest Quarter Horse Association. He also talks about his time as a judge and clinician and his current endeavors in western dressage. This book would make a perfect gift for anyone who wants to read a memoir about the way the landscape of the equine industry in America has changed over time and the importance of the industry in today’s society. It is full of interesting reflections, educational facts, and provides plenty of humor for the reader. It’s definitely a great read!