“They’re not all the same.”
Thirty minutes after opening a pen gate, coaxing the sorrel coming three-year-old filly through a small, but big-eyed-spectator-gathering into a makeshift round pen, Scott Daily stood up on the back of the saddled Quarter Horse and received concluding applause for his adapt training skills. Continue reading →
“Time and patience make the difference.”
That was the emphasis of Scott Daily in the fourth session of the horse training clinics presented again as a feature of the recent Topeka Farm Show.
In a return engagement, the Arkansas City horseman added, “Still, some horses take less time than others. This young stallion is a fast learner, but there are horses that take considerably longer to understand what a stranger might be expecting from them.”
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“Breaking a horse to ride takes less than 20 minutes.”
That’s the way it probably seemed to many of those watching Scott Daily at the first of his six colt-starting sessions during the recent Topeka Farm Show. Continue reading →