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Published on May 15, 2010
Goofing around on Pretty Tin Cat. "Brandy" is a 10-year-old AQHA mare purchased as a barely greenbroke scrawny lice-infested filly for $550, when she was likely destined for slaughter. I was 14; she was four. Brandy was the first horse I truly trained myself, and of course I made many mistakes along the way. The mare has a lot of talent but not much heart, probably stemming from neglect and maltreatment. She flunked out of barrel training because she hated it so much, but as this video shows, she does have some other talents. The neck rope I am using is sold by Linda Tellington Jones and is made from the same material as calf-roping lariats.