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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Matt Armenta Futurity Prospect Sale

Matt talks about a two year old that he is selling in the futurity prospect sale. The two year old colt is from the same dam as Einsteins Revolution and …

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Arena Screens – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about the screens that he puts down during winter to keep his arena warmer, and to keep the wind down.

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Matt Armenta From Non Pro to Pro

Matt speaks about why he gave up his non pro card to be a professional, and how things have changed since he has turned professional.

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Shane Brown Rider of the Year

Shane speaks about the horse he is showing in the Open Futurity finals, and also about his recent accomplishment of being Rider of the Year.

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Shawn Flarida NRHA’s First $5 Million Rider

Shawn Flarida is no stranger to the center stage, and Flarida has done it once again at the 2013 NRHA Futurity. He surpassed the $5 Million mark while riding Tinseltown …

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Tom McCutcheon in the NRHA Futurity Finals

Tom goes over Dont Miss My Guns and his final run in the NRHA Futurity Open Finals. Tom also talks about Jason Vanlandingham winning the NRHA Futurity.

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Brian Bell the Newest Million Dollar Rider

Brian goes over the two horses he had in the finals, and he also speaks about becoming a Million Dollar Rider and how big of a milestone it is for …

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Mandy McCutcheon and Ms Whiz Dunit Non Pro Futurity Champions

Mandy talks about winning the NRHA Non Pro Futurity.

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Jason Vanlandingham Open Futurity Champion

Jason goes over his run after the futurity finals and how he felt about his run.

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Tom McCutcheon the Morning of the Finals

Tom talks about his horse the morning of the finals and how he feels while getting ready to show.

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Shawn Flarida and Tinseltown Fly Guy

Shawn goes over his run after the NRHA Open Futurity Finals. He also speaks about Fly Flashy Jac, the producer of Einsteins Revolution and Tinseltown Fly Guy.

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Todd Sommers and Nu Pops

Todd speaks about the horse he has in the finals, Nu Pops, and his thoughts before going into the finals.

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When to Start Working on a Cow – Teddy Johnson

Teddy speaks about when he likes to go from warming up his horses to when is a good time to start working a cow. Every horse is different and will …

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NRHA Futurity ’13 – Martin Larcombe

Martin Larcombe talks about making the Open Futurity finals with his horse Revolution Is Dun.

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Showing Your Horse to Their Ability – Miranda Lyon

Miranda goes over her experience of showing her horse to their best ability, and knowing the strong and weak spots in her horse.

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Partnership with Your Horse – Mark Lyon

Mark talks about the partnership of a horse and rider, and using a horses and persons ability together to achieve greater results. Thank you M&M Horsemanship for sharing your knowledge.

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Lunging Your Horse – Mirjam Stillo

Mirjam answers Rhonda’s question about how to keep her horse from cutting in while lunging.

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Bucking Horse – Mark Lyon

Mark talks about a young horse that bucks, and what he has seen and found in horses that buck.

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When to Stop Working Your Horse – Mark Lyon

Mark goes over when he likes to stop working with his horse and call it a day. He also believes that the first five and last five minutes of training …

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Being Aware of Your Surroundings – Mark Lyon

Mark goes over how to be aware of you and your horses surrounding while riding. he also says use the horses gifts of knowing what is going on around them, …

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Stopping and Running Down to Your Stop – Ruben Vandorp

Ruben speaks about how he teaches his horses to stop and make a big move without going fast. Ruben also goes over about running down to the stops, and how …

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When to Put Sliders on Your Horse and Stopping Cues – Ruben Vandorp

Ruben speaks about when he starts putting sliding shoes on a young horse. He also goes over the three cues that he uses to train his horses to stop.

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Important Hoof Maintenance

Hoof maintenance an important aspect of keeping your horse healthy and not dealing with any lameness issues. It’s important to find a competent farrier that knows what they are doing …

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Spinning with One Hand – Tom McCutcheon

Tom shows you how he starts his horse and continues to spin with one hand.

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Preparing Your Broodmare for Winter

Keeping your mare in good body condition can help your mare establish normal cycles sooner in the breeding season and therefore has a higher conception rate. Also, mares in good …

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Mustang Mentors – Patti Colbert

Patti speaks about a new program called Mustang Mentors. They pair veterans and mustangs together to create a bond between the two and making it beneficial for both the horse …

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“Managing the Club Foot”

A club foot is an abnormally upright hoof with long, contracted heels and a prominent of bulging coronary band. Learn how to detect and manage a club foot. View Full …

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Junior AQHA World Show Horse

Tom speaks about his junior horse that he is competing at the AQHA World Show and his expectations with the horse.

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“Using Hay Replacers for Horses”

During times of drought or other seasonal disasters it can be hard to have access to large quantities of hay. At times like this many horse owners turn to complete …

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Horse Humor!

Is this horse full of attitude or do you think maybe he just wants to give you a big wet kiss!

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Working a Young Horse on a Flag – Teddy Johnson

Teddy explains how he gets a young horse to work on a flag. Thank you Teddy Johnson for providing your information. Teddy Johnson Cutting Horses

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Warming up Your Horse before Working on a Flag – Teddy Johnson

Teddy shows you how he bridles up his horses and how he warms them up before working on a flag. Thank you Teddy Johnson for providing your information. Teddy Johnson …

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Catching Your Horse Safely with a Rope – Mark Lyon

Mark shows you a few tricks on how to catch a difficult horse in their stall with a rope while keeping the horse calm and relaxed.

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Short Shank Correctional Bit – Dell Hendricks

Dell shows you his favorite bit and why he likes to use it on most of his horses.

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Track Your Horse’s Body Condition Score

“While knowing your horse’s weight is critical to making sure your horse is receiving the care it needs, tracking your horse’s body condition score over time is and ideal (and …

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Three Team-Roping Horses Pass Away in Accident

On October 30, 2013 a horse trailer caused major delays on eastbound IH 20 and Spur 557. The truck and trailer went off the highway where it jackknifed and the …

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EPM is More Widespread in US Than Expected

“A recent study by researches at the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine revealed that equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM), caused by two different parasites, is widespread throughout the …

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“Equine Vaccine Tips and Strategies”

“If you own a horse, one of the most important things you can do to maintain health is vaccinations, but it can also be a cost endeavor. Everyone seems to …

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Improving Your Spins – Pete Kyle

Pete answers Margie’s question while Tom is out of town about what she could to do improve her horses spin. Thank you Pete Kyle for providing your knowledge. Kyle Ranch

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Eye Injuries – Always an Emergency

“Injuries to a horse’s eyes tend to be traumatic because of the vigorous manner in which horses perform everyday actions. Blows to the eye may cause detachment of the retina, …

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Shoes for the Correct Discipline – Trent Wargo

Trent answers Rhonda’s question about what’s the best shoes for a horse that does multiple disciplines.

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Pivot Foot While Spinning – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about the pivot foot on the horse while spinning and how it has changed over the past 20 years.

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In the Winners’ Circle: Dell Hendricks

NRHA Million Dollar Rider Dell Hendricks talks about his history in the sport of Reining. Dell has won AQHA World Championship and Reserve Championship Titles in 1995, 2001, and 2002. He …

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Moving the Horse’s Hip – Tom McCutcheon

Tom instructs on how and why he gains control of a horse’s hip.

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Travis Stillson – Custom Show Chaps and Leather

We go behind-the-scenes to Travis Stillsons shop where he shows us how he makes custom show chaps and headstalls for western riders. Travis shows us the basics of how he …

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Custom Show Chaps and Leather – Travis Stillson

We go behind-the-scenes to Travis Stillsons shop where he shows us how he makes custom show chaps and headstalls for western riders. Travis shows us the basics of how he …

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Rewarding Your Horse – Mozaun McKibben

Mozan talks about rewarding his horse and how helpful it has been in his training.

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Food Safety Law Could Burden Family Farmers

A new federal law could cost some farmers tens of thousands of dollars. View Full Article

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Warming Up – Tom McCutcheon

Tom goes over how he warms up his horses before he starts to work them.

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Legacy Sale ’13 – Mandy Previews the Sale

Mandy McCutcheon talks about the 2013 Legacy Reining Breeders Sale. Many people came out to Friday night’s Legacy Sale and to Saturday’s consignment sale. Mandy talks about changes to the …

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Signs of Colic

Signs of Colic Here’s a quick list of the typical signs of colic, and what you should do when your horse is colicking. Clinical signs of colic include behavioral changes …

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Man Starts "Heifers for SD" to Help Ranchers

More than 130 heifers have been donated to South Dakota ranchers who lost cattle in this months blizzard. View Full Article helpforsouthdakota.com

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Legacy Sale ’13 – Tom Previews the Sale

Tom talks friday before the Legacy Sale about what he thinks about could happen during this year’s sale.

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Feeding Hay Before Grain Could Reduce Cribbing

Through recent research experts have found that feeding hay before grain can possibly reduce the intensity of cribbing. It does not end cribbing, but research has shown that the cribbing …

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Are Horses a Vicious Species? Court to Decide

“Connecticut horse owners and enthusiasts anxiously await a Supreme Court ruling on hearings held Sept. 24, 2013, that could declare horses to be naturally vicious species.” This could have an …

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Pigeon Fever Strikes Horses in Alberta, Canada

Alberta horse owners are being advised to watch their animals for signs of pigeon fever in their province. Recently the first case of pigeon fever has shown up in the …

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Mustang Million ’13 – Youth In Hand Finals

These kids show off what they can do with some amazing yearlings they trained for the 2013 Mustang Million!

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Mustang Million Recap

The Mustang Million is complete, and here are a few incredible videos from the show. These mustangs have only had 120 days of training and were completely wild before they …

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Getting off a Horse – Miranda Lyon

Miranda Lyon demonstrates a safe way to get off a horse. Thank you to Mark and Miranda Lyon for providing their knowledge. M and M Horsemanship

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Getting on a Horse – Part Two

Miranda Lyon goes through step-by-step how she gets on one of her mustangs for the first time. Thank you Mark and Miranda Lyon for providing your knowledge. M and M …

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Getting on a Horse – Part One

Mark Lyon goes over a basic tip on how to get onto a colt that is new to being ridden. Thank you to Mark and Miranda Lyon for providing their …

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Mustang Million ’13 – Mark & Miranda Lyon

Mark and Miranda Lyon talk about the Mustang Million competition, including their history with the show and their horses for this year.

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Tulsa ’13 – Cade McCutcheon’s Youth Ride

Cade had the misfortune of a broken stirrup during his run in the youth show. Watch and see how he handled that situation.

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Tulsa ’13 – Short Stirrup and Horsemanship Class

Colleen McQuay and Katy Krshka talk about the importance of teaching young kids in the reining industry.

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Tulsa ’13 – Lyle Lovett

Musician and Non Pro rider, Lyle Lovett, talks about his start in reining and his ride in the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic.

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Tulsa ’13 – Mirjam Stillo and Belle Starr Dun It

Mirjam Stillo talks about her run with Belle Starr Dun It at the Derby in Tulsa.

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Tulsa ’13 – About the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic

Colleen McQuay talks about the history of the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic and her past work with other horse shows.

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Overview of the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic

The Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic is complete. It was a successful 10th anniversary with entry numbers even higher than the previous year. View Full Article

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Teach a Horse to Hold Its Back Leg Up – Pete Kyle

Pete Kyle walks us through how to hold your horses back leg up to be able to easily work with your horse, such as your farrier putting shoes on your …

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Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic Draws/Results

Keep up with the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic Draws/Results here!

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Todd Bergen & Peptos Shiney Pistol Wins NSHA Futurity

Todd Bergen riding Peptos Shiney Pistol won the NSHA Futurity Open. Peptos Shiney Pistol is owned by Roxanne Koepsell. Todd’s combined score for all three runs was a total of …

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Taris Little Vintage NRHA’s All-Time Leading Dam

Taris Little Vintage’s offspring has earned a total of $672,900 in NRHA competition. This makes Taris Little Vintage the All-Time Leading Dam in NRHA. Taris Little Vintage has a personal …

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How to Hobble a Horse – Pete Kyle

Pete Kyle of Kyle Ranch teaches how to properly hobble a horse. Thank you Pete Kyle for providing your knowledge. Kyle Ranch

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Tom McCutcheon for SmartPak

NRHA Million Dollar Rider Tom McCutcheon on the SmartPak System, the official Supplement Feeding System of the American Quarter Horse Association. Learn more at http://www.smartpakequine.com/WhySmartPak.aspx  

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Researchers Measure Horse’s Noseband Pressure

Researchers measure the pressure on horse’s in relation to nosebands, and how a noseband that is too tight can end up hurting your horse. View Full Article

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TheraPlate Revolution

Chip Kreiling, owner of TheraPlate, talks about what this system does and how it can benefit you and your horse.

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Managing A Hay Barn – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about managing his hay barn and what to be careful about when storing hay.

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Skid Boots – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about using skid boots during your ride.

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Softening a Horses Face – Tom McCutcheon

Tom goes over how to soften your horses face.

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Judge Blocks Planned Horse Slaughter at 2 Plants

On Friday a Federal Judge temporarily stopped plans to start slaughtering horses at two different plants. The companies planned to start their operation next week. “The move stops what would …

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Building A Better Diet – SmartPak

SmartPak goes over the food pyramid for horses, and how to build a better diet for your horse. View Full Article

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Using a Cavasan – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about using a cavasan on his horses, what kind he uses and why they can be helpful.

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Starting Lead Changes – Dell Hendricks

Dell instructs about how to train a two or three year old to do lead changes. User Question: What exercises do you first introduce to young horses to teach them lead …

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How to Start Backing Up – Part Two: Using Your Legs

Tom instructs how to start backing up a horse by using your legs.

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Federal Jury ruled against AQHA in cloning lawsuit

A 10-person jury ruled against the American Quarter Horse Association concerning cloned horses being prohibited to be registered AQHA horses. View Full Article View Another Article

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How to Start Backing Up – Tom McCutcheon

Tom instructs how to start backing up a horse.

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In the Winners’ Circle: Barb Wibbles

The Breeding manager at Tom McCutcheon’s ranch talks about her start in horse care.

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Braiding a Tail – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about why they braid their horses tails and shows you a simple way to do it.

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Using a Curb Chain – Tom McCutcheon

Tom discusses the reasons to use a curb chain and the types of curb chains he likes to use.

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Team McCutcheon Update

Tom talks about what his family and crew are up to and their shows in Waco and Minnesota.

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Shining Spark is NRHA’s Newest Four Million Dollar Sire

Shining Spark is announced as NRHA’s newest four million dollar sire. Shining Spark was born in 1989 and is owned by Carol Rose. His offspring has won a total of …

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Front Leg Protection – Tom McCutcheon

Tom explains the importance of protecting your horses front legs and what products he uses.

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NAJYRC Reining

The NAJYRC has concluded, and two lucky reiners have been crowned gold medalists. In the Young Riders division gold goes to Madison Steed, and in the Junior Riders division gold …

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High Brow Cat Clone Born

On July 3 a High Brow Cat clone was born. High Brow Cat is the top annual sire for the past 11 years in the cutting industry. View Full Article

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Welcome to VirtualHorseHelp

Welcome to VirtualHorseHelp                   Hey, horse enthusiasts! I am excited to tell you about my website that has launched, VirtualHorseHelp.com. This website will be your ultimate guide to training your …

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NRHA Derby ’13 – Jordan Larson Finals

Jordan Larson talks about his winning ride at the NRHA Derby 2013.

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McCutcheon Softball Tournament

The McCutcheon’s invite their family and friends over for a softball tournament for the 4th of July weekend.

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Roxanne’s Visit to the Ranch – Roxanne Koepsell

Roxanne visits the ranch in July to evaluate her two-year-old and three-year-old horses.

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Pest Control – Luke Winter

Luke Winter shows what to do when finding an unwanted wild animal on the ranch.

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Dragging an Arena – Luke Winter

Luke speaks about how to properly drag your arena and the benefits involved.

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NRHA Derby ’13 – Whatta Royal Vintage Prelims

Tom McCutcheon talks about his Prelim ride on Whatta Royal Vintage.

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NRHA Derby ’13 – Mandy’s Finals

Mandy McCutcheon talks about her finals rides on Shiney Enterprise and Always Gotyer Gunsup.

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NRHA Derby ’13 – Dun Git A Nicadual Prelims

Tom McCutcheon talks about his Prelim ride on Dun Git A Nicadual.

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Cleaning a Stall – Reed Kyle

Reed explains the basics of how to clean out a horse stall and the difference between good and bad shavings.

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Ask Tom – Traveling with Leg Wraps

Sam writes in asking about using leg wraps when traveling with your horses.

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Halter Horse Conformation – Ted Turner

Ted Turner talks about what he looks for in a halter horse.

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Neck vs Direct Reining – Barbara Williams

Barbara demonstrates the differences between direct and neck reining and how they should be used.

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How to Make a Hat at Shorty’s Part 1- Bobbie Gough

Special Thanks to Shorty’s Caboy Hattery! www.ShortysHattery.com (405)-232-4287 1206 S. Agnew Oklahoma City, OK 73108

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In the Winner’s Circle: Sarah Willeman Talks Gunners Special Nite & WEG 2010

Sarah Willeman, owner of Gunners Special Nite, sits down with Tom McCutcheon’s Virtual Horse Help. In this video she recounts the first time she saw him show, what lead to …

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How to Make a Hat at Shorty’s Part 2 – Bobbie Gough

Special Thanks to Shorty’s Caboy Hattery! www.ShortysHattery.com (405)-232-4287 1206 S. Agnew Oklahoma City, OK 73108

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In the Winner’s Circle: Lavonna “Shorty” Koger

Shorty Koger, of Shorty’s Caboy Hattery, talks about the history of her business and how it all got started with a beer keg, a golf ball, & an impending explosion! …

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Mare Palpation – Barb Wibbles

Barb narrates the process and importance of palpating the mares.

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Ask Tom – Fresh Horse and More

Tom answers 3 questions: Should I let a friend ride my horse? How do I find the right bit for my horse? Why isn’t my horse paying attention?

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In the Winners’ Circle: Mandy McCutcheon

Mandy recounts how she started riding horses, her family, and how the McCutcheon Ranch started.

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Ask Tom – Should I Tie Up My Horse

Tom talks about how it is perfectly okay to tie-up your horse and when is not a good time to do it.

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Ask Tom – Lights During Winter

Shelly from Arkansas asks Tom about using lights on your horses during the winter seasons.

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Transitioning from 2 to 3 Year Old – Daniel Schloemer

Daniel talks about the progress a 2 year old horse has made coming into its 3 year old year, and what it might still need to work on.

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Preparing for a Horse Show – Barbara Williams

Barbara, shares her “must-do” checklist before going to a show.

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First Day with Foal – Barb Wibbles

Barb discusses her procedures on what she typically does right after a foal is born.

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Fashion Faux Pas – Brianna Sloan

Brianna recounts a few of the Faux Pas she has seen in the show pen.

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Utilizing Limited Training Space – Daniel Schloemer

Daniel talks about how you can properly train your horse with limited space.

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Leg Positioning – Daniel Schloemer

Daniel Schloemer discusses the 3 main positions for your legs that should be used when directing your horse.

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Tom’s Tips: Show Shirts

Brianna Sloan of Lucky Paint Custom Show Shirts gives a couple pointers in getting your shirt ready for the big show.

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Matching Pad to Your Horse – Brianna Sloan

Brianna of Lucky Paint Show Shirts gives you the info on how to match your horse’s pad to their color.

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In the Winners’ Circle: Tim McQuay

An insight to how the Three Million Dollar Rider, Tim McQuay, got started in reining and his memories along the way.

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Part 1 Training Your Horse to Spin – Tom McCutcheon

Tom goes through the basics to start teaching your horse to spin.

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Putting on a Bridle – Tom McCutcheon

Tom goes through the safety steps and simplicity of putting a bridle on and off your horse.

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Holding Western Reins – Barbara Williams

Barbara, walks through the basics of holding western reins.

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Choosing a Stud – Barb Wibbles

Barb gives great information and how to properly go about finding a stud.

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Barb and the New Barn Cat

Barb recounts rescuing her new Barn Cat and putting it to good use.

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Recipient Mare and Foal – Barb Wibbles

Barb talks about a recipient mare and its recent foal, and the complications she faced with its birth.

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Part 2 Training Your Horse to Spin – Tom McCutcheon

Tom follows up Lesson 1 with details on how to further get your horse started on spinning.

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Tom with Inside Reining

The TV show, Inside Reining, asked Tom to help with a short segment about preparing for Pattern 5. Tom gives them a little lesson in how he prepares for the …

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Kentucky Reining Cup ’13: Dogs of Rolex

Catch the wide array of pampered pooches at the Kentucky Rolex 3-Day Event.

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Kentucky Reining Cup ’13: Competitor Interview

Tom & Mandy McCutcheon, Tim McQuay and Dell Hendricks discuss the Rolex Kentucky Reining Cup and the competition ahead. Going into detail about the structure of the event and its …

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Kentucky Reining Cup ’13: Vet Check

Bridget Brandon talks about how the Veterinarian Check works.

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Kentucky Reining Cup ’13: Runs and Results

Slideshow of select competitors at the Kentucky Reining Cup ’13 and the overall results.

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Shawn Flarida Wins Kentucky Reining Cup

Shawn Flarida earned the winner’s share of the $100,000 Kentucky Reining Cup at the Kentucky Horse Park, riding Wimps Quixote Cody to a score of 226.5. Andrea Fappani rode Star …

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Kentucky Reining Cup

The Kentucky Reining Cup attracts Rolex fans in the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena held during the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event held April 25th thru April 28th in Lexington, …

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Spring Shots – Dr. Pat Garret

Dr. Pat Garret from Pilot Point talks about the importance of regular seasonal shots for your horse.

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Mouth Control – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about the importance of controlling your horse’s face and maintaining mouth control.

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McQuay Legacy

Tim McQuay got started in reining in the 70s, earning his first National Reining Horse Association money in 1978 at the NRHA Futurity in Columbus, Ohio aboard Band Of Glo …

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Hat Styles for Disciplines – Bobbie Gough

Bobbie goes into detail explaining the variety of hats found in various western disciplines.   Special Thanks to Shorty’s Caboy Hattery! www.ShortysHattery.com (405)-232-4287 1206 S. Agnew Oklahoma City, OK 73108

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VHH Bloopers: What’s my line?

Tom can’t seem to remember his lines, and Gunners Special Nite is a little camera shy.

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VHH Bloopers: What Did I Just Say?

Outtakes of Tom on the VirtualHorseHelp set.  What did I just say?

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Tom’s Tips: Hat Blends

Bobbie Gough from Shorty’s Hattery discusses the different styles and qualities of beaver made hats.

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Shoe Types Part One – Trent Wargo

Trent goes into detail about various shoes used for Reining Horses.

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Shoe Types Part Two – Trent Wargo

Trent explains the shoes for the hind end of a reining horse.

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Cleaning Hooves – Trent Wargo

Trent demonstrates how to safely approach and clean your horse’s hooves.

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Tom’s Tips – Finding Dangerous Items in Hooves

Trent talks about finding a dangerous foreign object in your horse and how you should handle the situation until help arrives.

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VHH Bloopers: Tom Tebow

Tom gives his best Tim Tebow impersonation and flubs some takes.

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VHH Bloopers: The Fly!

A barn fly ruins a few takes from an interview with Tom.

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Team McCutcheon – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about his career.

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Dismounting – Barbara Williams

Barbara demonstrates how to properly dismount.  She also goes through various safety tips and suggestions for dismounting.

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Tom’s Tips – Standing Patiently

Quick tip from Barbara Williams on the importance of teaching your horse to stand still and be patient after you have mounted.

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Stirrup Adjustment – Barbara Williams

Barbara shows you how to adjust your stirrups to the proper length.

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Properly Cinching Your Saddle – Barbara Williams

Trainer Barbara Williams goes into detail the proper way to cinch a horse so your horse is comfortable and does not get “cinchie”.  She also gives some tips to follow …

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Mounting from Block – Barbara Williams

Barbara share the basics of how to mount your horse from a mounting block.

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In the Winners’ Circle: Cade McCutcheon

Cade McCutcheon talks about riding and his recent accomplishments.

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Choosing a Bit – Tom McCutcheon

Tom takes you through his choice of bits for the various stages of training.

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Switching from Bridle to Halter – Tom McCutcheon

Tom shows your how to safely remove your bridle when you have finished riding and put your halter safely on your horse.  He goes through the steps of securing your …

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