Preview: Australia’s Father Of Cutting- Graham Amos Story
Graham talks about his humble beginnings as a drover and how he learnt to survive in the horse business before he became one of Australia’s greatest horseman. “Everything needs a leader,” Graham says and we need to understand what a horse is thinking so we can help develop his thought process on cattle. Graham talks about what he had to change in his training program when he moved to the United States, how cutting has evolved over the years and who his mentor was when he was learning.
Graham talks about his humble beginnings, droving cattle, who his greatest influence was and how to become a leader for the horse, so he can learn!
Graham talks about the changes he had to make in his training techniques when he moved to the United States and to become a competitive cutter you have to get on foot to learn how to read cattle before you get horseback.
Conformation and temperament is what helps make a good horse Graham says. Find out what he looks for in a horse's conformation, what the biggest myth is about cutting and why students like John Mitchell and Geoffrey Sheehan become so successful in the horse business.