As winter weather begins to roll upon us, opportunities to ride can become sparse due to cold, ice, mud, or snow. I know that during this time I can become irritable with cabin fever, itching to be outside. There are a few tricks to staying warm while getting your horse ready for the spring.
“I believe that it is very important to keep the cutting youth alive, especially on the west coast,” Mia said. “I really hope to get more involved in Pacific Coast and NCHA youth issues.”
My grandma and I have always had a thing for old, broke geldings. All of my life, she never considered a stud. That was, until she met a no-name colt going through the Snaffle Bit Futurity Sale in Reno, Nevada.