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  1. Do You Have a Larry, Keith or Buck in Your Life for Horse Advice?

    horse and rider

    Every time I bridle my horse, I feel compelled to put his halter and lead rope away instead of just keeping it hanging on the tie … READ MORE »

  2. Not One, but Two Mares in Foal! Or, Five Horse Things On Which I’ve Changed My Mind

    mare

    The older I get, the less I say the word “never.” Things that were once black and white have now morphed into a lovely shade of … READ MORE »

  3. Trying to Get Into Shape, One Rider Wonders: What Happened to Fun with My Horse?

    riding horse back through tarp

    It was only 50 feet to my tack in the horse trailer, yet a cold, cutting wind was convincing me to stay in the barn. I … READ MORE »

  4. Further Proof That Horses Are the Best Medicine

    riding a colt

    If you’ll pardon the expression, I’ve been chomping at the bit to get back to you. I’m writing this on my first day back to MyHorse … READ MORE »

  5. How to Throw a Lasso With Horse Trainer Larry Fleming

    Horse trainer and cowboy Larry Fleming

    Throwing a baseball and learning how to swing a rope are more similar than you think. Top horse trainer Larry Fleming shows you how to throw … READ MORE »

  6. How to Rope a Cow with Horse Trainer Larry Fleming

    Horse trainer and cowboy Larry Fleming

    Horse Trainer Larry Fleming shows us how to rope a cow. Check it out below:

  7. When Your Horse is Literally Your Lifeline: An Update

    My colt Freddie tries my pink cowboy hat on for size. The only time I've been allowed to hold his lead rope since my surgery was while this photo was taken.  | Photos courtesy of Amy Herdy

    The small bay colt was strikingly handsome, but he was restless in that desperate way that can give you pause. Horse trainer Larry Fleming had already … READ MORE »

  8. How to Swing a Lasso Loop with Horse Trainer Larry Fleming

    Horse trainer and cowboy Larry Fleming

    Horse trainer Larry Fleming demonstrates how to swing the perfect lasso loop every time. Check out his video below.

  9. When Your Horse is Literally Your Lifeline

    horse and owner

    My new colt is too much horse for me right now, and I am so very glad. Let me explain: My decision to buy this colt … READ MORE »

  10. Cowboy Horse Trainer Advice: How to Build a Lasso Loop

    Horse trainer and cowboy Larry Fleming

    Do you dream of being able to rope a cow? Well, you need to know how to handle a lasso first, and toward that end, you … READ MORE »

  11. A Natural Horsemanship Solution to Tall Horse, Short Rider

    Horse trainer and cowboy Larry Fleming

    If you’re horse is tall you’re not, you can carry a mounting block to your horse, says horse trainer Larry Fleming, but it’s better if he’s … READ MORE »

  12. What’s the Difference Between Your Horse Yielding and Turning Loose?

    Cowboy horse trainer Larry Fleming

    Your horse might yield to you, says horse trainer Larry Fleming, but that doesn’t mean he’s turned loose. And when a horse turns loose, Larry says, … READ MORE »

  13. A Wild Filly, a Hopeless Gelding and How Natural Horsemanship Saved Them Both

    Cowboy Larry with filly

    If it weren’t for natural horsemanship and a cowboy with an amazing feel for horses, I might have given up on my mare. By the time … READ MORE »

  14. Cowboy Horse Trainer Larry Fleming on the Importance of Groundwork

    Cowboy horse trainer Larry Fleming

    Whether you ride English or Western, doing groundwork first is always a good idea, according to horse trainer Larry Fleming. Larry says that if your horse … READ MORE »

  15. How to Keep Your Horse From Getting Cinchy

    horse trainer Larry Fleming

    A cinchy horse can be a real problem, so your best bet is to keep your horse from getting cinchy in the first place. How? Here’s horse … READ MORE »

  16. Groundwork for Horses: Bending

    Larry Fleming roping on a horse

    If your horse will give and be soft during groundwork, he’ll give when you’re in the saddle. That’s the assessment of horse trainer Larry Fleming. If … READ MORE »

  17. Horse Trainer Larry Fleming on Backing Your Horse

    Larry Fleming

    If your horse will give when you ask him to back on the ground, you’ll find you have a more relaxed horse. That’s the assessment of … READ MORE »

  18. How to Stop a Horse Before He Stumbles

    Larry Fleming

    What causes a horse to stumble, if he’s not lame in any way? Here with an interesting solution to that is Larry Fleming. If you haven’t … READ MORE »

  19. How to Lead a Horse Through a Gate

    Larry Fleming

    If you haven’t “met” him yet by watching How to Bridle a Horse: Part I,  How to Bridle a Horse, Part II, or The Best Way to Take off … READ MORE »

  20. The Proper Way to Lead Your Horse

    Larry Fleming

    When you take your horse’s lead rope, does he give you his attention and respect? Here’s Cowboy Larry, aka horse trainer Larry Fleming,  on the right … READ MORE »

  21. Why It’s Good for Your Horse to Lower His Head-Part II

    Larry Fleming

    If you haven’t “met” him yet by watching How to Bridle a Horse: Part I,  How to Bridle a Horse, Part II, or The Best Way to Take off … READ MORE »

  22. The Importance of Bend and Lowering a Horse’s Head, Part I

    horse being dewormed

    If you haven’t “met” him yet by watching How to Bridle a Horse: Part I,  How to Bridle a Horse, Part II, or The Best Way to Take off … READ MORE »

  23. Snaps on a Horse’s Lead Rope

    Larry Fleming roping on a horse

    If you haven’t “met” him yet by watching How to Bridle a Horse: Part I,  How to Bridle a Horse, Part II, or The Best Way to Take off … READ MORE »

  24. Why You Shouldn’t Pat Your Horse

    Larry Fleming

    If you haven’t “met” him yet by watching How to Bridle a Horse: Part I,  How to Bridle a Horse, Part II, or The Best Way to … READ MORE »

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