ColtStarting Series:HandUse Fundamentals on a Colt
Bonus video from Roping.com:How exactly should you use your hands and feet on a 2yearold in the early rides? Miles Baker explains how he develops the feel he and Trevor Brazile look for in the Relentless Remuda.
ColtStarting Series:Before Asking for a Stop on a Young Horse
Bonus video from Roping.com:Miles Baker doesn't pull on two reins on his colts until they've developed the feel and responsiveness with each rein individually. Here are the fundamentals Baker puts in each colt before ever asking for a hard whoa.
Bonus video from Roping.com:Snaffle bits and hobble straps work well on 2yearolds as you begin to instill confidence and responsiveness in colts. Here's how your snaffle should be adjusted and why a hobble strap is an important part of your game.
ColtStarting Series:Introducing Collection—When and How?
Bonus video from Roping.com:Exactly when should you teach a horse to collect themselves in the training process? It should take a while, according to Miles Baker. In this video, he demonstrates how he introduces collection and flexion through the bridle from the ground.
Bonus video from Roping.com:Pen roping is a critical step in Miles Baker and Trevor Brazile's Relentless Remuda. In this video, Baker explains how he uses pen roping to get a horse broke by giving him a job early on.