Horse&Rider OnDemand+ is expanding their horse training video library with the launch of a new series featuring top reined cow horse trainer Boyd Rice.
Rice is a cutting and reined cow horse trainer, as well as a proven all-around horseman and cowboy. With a background in colt starting, he has established a successful show career, amassing earnings in excess of $4 million in the Western performance horse industry. A perennial finalist at NCHA and National Reined Cow Horse Association major events, Rice’s list of achievements is robust. His list of major wins include being named both the MillionHeir Cutting Open Champion and NCHA Open World Champion in 2005. In addition, Rice and his horse Oh Cay N Short are the first duo to ever win the Snaffle Bit Futurity and the World’s Greatest Horseman title.
In his new training video series on Horse&Rider OnDemand, Rice covers reined cow horse topics like:
- Body Position for Working a Cow
- Increasing Your Reining Score
- Getting Your Horse to Settle During Cow Work
- Boyd Rice’s Bit Collection and more!
“We are thrilled to be able to add Boyd Rice to the Horse&Rider OnDemand platform. His incredible career speaks for itself, and we know our video subscribers are going to love learning from such an accomplished professional.” said Jillian Sinclair, Assistant Editor for Horse & Rider
Take your training up a notch with Horse&Rider OnDemand+. With our brand new membership tier, you’ll get the high-quality, insightful training advice you’ve come to expect from Horse&Rider PLUS even more—like access to more trainers, more videos, more opportunities to learn, and more discounts. Subscribe now for just $24.99/month to watch Boyd Rice’s exclusive series, available only to Horse&Rider OnDemand+ members!
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