Category Archives: Horses
By Kennadee Riggs, AZFB Communications Intern It’s fun to share treats with our four-legged equine friends. Thankfully, there are many things both they and we can eat. Here are some easy recipes for horse treats that you can also … Continue reading
By Kennadee Riggs, AZFB Communications Intern The chute swings open… his heart is pounding as beads of sweat roll down his forehead under the caged helmet he wears for protection. He holds on with just four fingers for eight seconds … Continue reading
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.