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December 2012

Ask Tom – Olympics

Brent is curious about the future of reining and its involvement in the Olympics.

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Ask Tom – Halter Choice

Tom answers Becky’s question about choices of halters for her horse.

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Ask Tom – Choosing Feed

Tom gives insight on how to choose the correct feed.

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Tom’s Tips – Securing Your Cinch

Tom goes over how to properly secure your cinch.

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Tom’s Tips – Halter Comfort

Putting on a halter.

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Basics of Shoeing Part 2 – Trent Wargo

Veteran Farrier, Trent, takes you through the fundamentals of basic horse shoeing.

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Basics of Shoeing Part 1 – Trent Wargo

Veteran Farrier, Trent, takes you through the fundamentals of basic horse shoeing.

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In the Winners’ Circle: Shawn Stratman

Tom’s Client & Non-pro rider, Shawn Stratman, recounts how her passion for horses started and came to be a client of Tom.

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Texas boy, 12, rides to youth win in Oklahoma City event

Cade McCutcheon, 12, has returned to Aubrey, Texas, $41,000 richer than when he arrived in Oklahoma City for the National Reining Horse Association Futurity on Thanksgiving Day. Read full article

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NRHA Futurity ’12: Electric Jac Finals

Tom discusses his finals run at the 2012 NRHA Futurity.

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NRHA Futurity 2012: Thoughts before the Big Show

Tom talks about his thoughts on the Futurity competition ahead.

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NRHA Futurity 2012: The Chili Cook Off

Roxanne Koepsell and Shawn Stratman chat about this year’s Chili Cook-off at the NRHA Futurity ’12.

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NRHA Futurity ’12: Electric Jac’s First Run

Tom expresses how he feels about Electric Jac and his first prelim run and what his plans are for the competition ahead.

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NRHA Futurity ’12: Cade and Dually With a Star

Cade McCutcheon shines at the 2012 NRHA Futurity. 

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NRHA Futurity ’12: Mandy and Customized Gunner

Mandy rides Customized Gunner to the Level 4 Non-Pro finals.

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