Category Archives: Horses
By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communications Intern Photo: Pixabay Arizona has a unique winter season. The northern half gets snow and the southern half doesn’t, which, in my opinion, makes it the best of both worlds! If you live … Continue reading
Rodeo is a sport that originated in Spain by Spanish cattle herders. Spanish cowboys (or vaqueros) would challenge each other in a competition to see who had the best roping, riding and herding skills. Much like today, early ranch duties … Continue reading
Don’t miss out on being a part of great clinic at H-4 Ranch in Payson, Arizona on January 27th and 28th, 2012! Our skilled instructors, Bill Brown, Brian Jennings, Dan Hanna, Daniel Stutzman & Tom Johnson will be at your service! This clinic will be a hands-on demonstration in harnessing and hitching. We will cover the proper fit of the harness and collars as well as hitching from a single horse to a team of 3 and 4 abreast, 4 up, and more.
Equine therapy is becoming an acceptable therapy for persons with differing disabilities; from those with physical limitations, to children and adults who have been through traumatic events. The intuitive nature of horses provides the balance necessary to work with those in need.