Horse Training Articles & Interviews Featuring Sandy Collier

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Horsemanship Radio Interview

Thoroughbred trainer Sean McCarthy and Reining Champion Sandy Collier on good horsemanship in racing and the western world.

Show Host: Debbie Loucks

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Love the Process

Sandy shares tips about motivation, goal setting, and strategies to help you be successful.

By Annie Lambert, Quarter Horse News

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Bad Cow, Good Cow

Turning a bad cow, into a good one. It’s the luck of the draw when it comes to reined cow horse, but that doesn’t mean you can’t turn around a difficult situation.

By Sandy Collier with Tonya Ratliff-Garrison, AQHA Jounal: Reining & Reined
Photos by Tonya Ratliff-Garrison

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The 7 Essentials

Sandy shares the seven things that every horse need know regardless of what discipline you intend to engage in.

By Micaela Myers, Horse Illustrated

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Myth Busters

Sandy dispels common horse training myths!

By Sandy Collier, Horse Illustrated

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First Response

Sandy shares her successful method for teaching a horse to move off your leg

By Micaela Myers, Photos by Moira C. Harris, Horse Illustrated

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Riding Smart

An excerpt from Sandy’s new book, Reining Essentials

Monty Roberts’ Join-Up Journal

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How to Deal With Your Horse’s Natural Asymmetry

by Sandy Collier with Jennifer Forsberg Meyer, EquiSearch

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Giving the Face

A world champion trainer demonstrates the single most important thing to teach your horse: to give his face.

By Sandy Collier, Horse and RiderĀ 

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