As attendees look on, Cody explains the importance of maintaining a smooth gait during lope overs. He instructs you to look where you're heading, and guide your horse efficiently. Judges are impressed with square turns that show you can guide your horse in tight areas.
As you get more comfortable working the cow, Cody instructs you to use your feet to keep your horse straight, and to finish your turns. Don't let your horse push into the cow, and keep them between your hands.
Cody pushes the first herd out of the pen and brings up fresh cows. He works with attendees to keep their horses straight, and practice choosing a cow from the fresh herd that will cooperate and also present a challenge.
Weanling and yearling expert Anthony Leier goes over the process he follows for halter breaking and weaning foals. He explains what to do if the foal starts to resist the pressure and how to get them used to leading.
In this video, Anthony goes into detail about what he feeds his weanlings, yearlings, and broodmares. He explains what kind of nutrition each one needs and talks about signs that you're over feeding a weanling or yearling.
Anthony explains the benefits of ground driving your yearling. Then, he demonstrates how to set up your longe line for ground driving. Anthony asks a colt to ground drive for the first time and explains the process step by step.
Anthony intoduces clippers to a yearling for the first time. He shows us the best way to acclimate a horse to the noise and vibrations from the clippers and gives tips on helping one who is scared of them.
In this video, Anthony talks about how some yearlings who haven't been handled much can be afraid of things like being brushed or curried. He shows us the best way to handle the situation and how to get your yearling used to you grooming him.