Preview: Scott Amos: Cow Fresh Horses
Scott is preparing his show horses for a competition in Las Vegas and he shows you how he works them on a straight line to not only take the cow freshness off them, but also to get them slowing down and have the discipline to wait on the cow. Scott also gives his daughter, Sidney, a great lesson on how to do the same thing as she prepares to go to the Utah State High School Rodeo Finals. The biggest lesson in these videos is that you have to chip away and be patient with your horse until he settles in and gets comfortable.
Scott works a show horse that has a big motor and he wants to see this horse get settled on working re-run cattle on a straight line. Scott talks about why he believes its important that you get comfortable working on straight line with your horse.
This horse likes to stay inside the cow (be short) too much going to the right, so Scott works on this. He also wants her to relax and get comfortable travelling across the pen with the cow.
Scott gives his daughter, Sidney a lesson working out of the herd as she prepares to go to the Utah State High School Rodeo Finals. He wants to see her stop her horse a little quicker going to the left because they are getting too long (outside the cow) on that side.