Horse&Rider OnDemand Launches New Training Video Series with World Champion Trainer Cody Crow

On top of Horse&Rider OnDemand’s already expansive video library featuring Cody Crow, we’ve recently added more content with the top versatility ranch horse, ranch riding, and cow horse trainer.

Crow was raised on his family’s cattle ranch in southeastern Colorado where he learned to start colts and rope. Currently he owns and operates No Where But UP Performance Horses in Johnstown, Colorado where he has trained and exhibited numerous horses to world and national titles in multiple events in several associations including NRCHA, Shtx, AQHA, ApHC, and ASHA. Crow has also coached his non-pro clientele to championships from local affiliates all the way up to world and national titles.

“Cody’s previous videos have been well received by our subscribers and with ranch versatility events growing at an extremely high rate, we wanted to bring even more ranch trail, ranch riding, and versatility ranch horse content to our subscribers,” Horse&Rider OnDemand Producer Nichole Chirico said. “In this new video series Cody goes over the fundamentals your horse needs to have before doing live cow work, and then works with two non-pro riders, one with a finished horse and one with a green horse, who are new to ranch events. With them he goes over the basics of collection and body control, how to master difficult ranch trail obstacles, and goes over his favorite lead change drill that introduces both horse and rider to flying lead changes.”

Horse&Rider OnDemand, your trusted source for Western horse-training videos, now offers even more content to help you reach all your riding goals. For just $14.99 a month, members can look forward to weekly video releases from the industry’s top Western professionals in several disciplines.

All media inquiries about the release or platform should be directed to Nichole Chirico, nchirico@equinenetwork.com.

 

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