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Introduction to Cutting with Jason Leitch - Online Training Video #1
Introduction to Cutting Part II with Jason Leitch - Online Training Video #2
Quick Tip: Three steps to Success with Phil Dawson
Using your position on a cow to get your horse hooked up with Phil Dawson
Introducing your horse to the flag with Todd Graham
Starting your horse on a cow with Todd Graham
Coming from behind a cow with Warwick Screen
Working around and coming from behind with Warwick Screen
The difference between the Cutting and Reining turnaround with Jamie Seccombe
Quick Tip: It's all about being consistent with Scott Campbell
Being consistent and developing routine with Scott Campbell
Developing the stop with Lincoln Veraart
Teaching a horse how to control a cow from day one with Lincoln Veraart
Arena surfaces, setup and design with Aaron Wheatley
How to get more from your cattle when working with Aaron Wheatley
Quick Tip: Tailoring training for you and your horse with Lindsay Wheatley
Tailoring training for you and your horse Part II with Lindsay Wheatley
Getting Cut Consistently with Phil Dawson
The next step with Todd Graham
Keeping the Confidence - Building on a 3 year old with Todd Graham
Working a three year old with Rob Hodgman
Caution in a Cutting Horse with Jason Leitch
Bringing a horse back into work with Scott Campbell
How to work a nervous or fractious horse - Part 1 with Jamie Seccombe
How to work a nervous or fractious horse - Part 2 with Jamie Seccombe
Quick Tip: Sometimes less is more with Hugh Miles
Sometimes less is more with Hugh Miles