“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.
“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 […]
“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.