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Learn how to be a pro out on the range...from the basics of getting on the horse to more advanced horsemanship techniques.
 


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jJayson Sloane
07/26/2011 17:19

Howdy!
And how are you?
And this is great video for me.
And I went to www.texaslonghornranch.com
in Srathroy,Ontario,Canada and that was great experience for me and the owner is Fred & Gail Cahill and are great people and I did help then at there ranch and I'm planing to buy a ranch and also I'm planing to buy a horse and she is 14 years old and she is a Quater Horse and I like your site.

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Jayson Sloane
07/26/2011 17:21

Howdy!
And I mean Jayson Sloane my name is not jJayson.

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07/08/2013 06:26

Nice name! Anyway John rides pretty well! With this guide it is easy to become pro out on the range...from the basics of getting on the horse to more advanced horsemanship techniques. Thank a lot for sharing with us.

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05/07/2012 01:37

Great article ...Thanks for your great information, the video are quiet interesting.I will be waiting for your next post.

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08/20/2013 22:10

This is moreover a same decorous enter which I actually enjoyed lesson. It is hardly ordinary that I bear the likelihood to understand something choose this.

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Jo
11/01/2013 13:13

Great video :) Im normally quite bored when someone is teaching basics but this video kept me intreethe whole video and offered great tips as to how to teach riding lesson students. ged

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01/12/2014 00:13

I rode horses growing up in upstate New York. Wanted the experience of free range riding again, but your site indicates group rides and no running. I want to ride solo and explore and take photos, not ride clipclopping barn nags along some preset trail. Can I ride solo? Can I explore? Can I ride again like I did growing up?

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