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NCHA Cutting Horse Trainer Grant Setnicka Where Should I Be Positioned Relative To The Cow?

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NCHA Hall of Fame trainer Grant Setnicka explains how to position your horse on the cow.

When working a cow, help the horse get in the perfect position by pretending that there’s a rope around the cow’s neck that goes straight to the saddle horn.

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Grant Setnicka: Using the Side Pass During A CutGrant Setnicka: Using the Side Pass During A Cut

Grant Setnicka: Using the Side Pass During A Cut

Cutting, Cutting Showmanship

The side pass might be a no-no when working a cow but NCHA Hall of Fame trainer Grant Setnicka explains how to use it when making a cut.

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Grant Setnicka: Cutting Cows in a Show SituationGrant Setnicka: Cutting Cows in a Show Situation

Grant Setnicka: Cutting Cows in a Show Situation

Cutting, Cutting Showmanship, Cutting 3YO Month 11

What would you do – would you cut the cow that settled great or the cow that didn’t settle well but acted good on the cut?

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Grant Setnicka: Darren gets a lesson on a 3YO a week before the NCHA Futurity.Grant Setnicka: Darren gets a lesson on a 3YO a week before the NCHA Futurity.

Grant Setnicka: Darren gets a lesson on a 3YO a week before the NCHA Futurity.

Cutting, Cutting Showmanship

NCHA cutting horse trainer Grant Setnicka gives a lesson to a client a week before the NCHA Futurity.

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Grant Setnicka: Why ride to the stop?Grant Setnicka: Why ride to the stop?

Grant Setnicka: Why ride to the stop?

Cutting, Cutting Showmanship

NCHA Cutting horse trainer Grant Setnicka tells us why it's important to ride to the stop.

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