Ed is a trainer who has extensive knowledge of riding, training, and handling horses he can quickly identify the needs of the horse and provide personalized training that yields results.
He has also worked with a wide range of horses and riders has the ability to handle different temperaments, personalities, and skill levels with ease.
Ed can effectively communicate with riders and explain concepts in a way that can be easily understood is essential in building trust and establishing a good working relationship.
Ed knows that Horse training is not an easy job and takes time, effort, and dedication. He is a trainer who is patient, persistent, and patient can help horses and riders achieve their goals.
Ed has also has a proven record of success in shows, competitions, and events can provide reassurance and confidence to potential clients.
NRCHA Stallion Stakes Open & Intermediate Derby Champion
NRCHA Hackamore Res Derby Champion
Salinas Rodeo Hackamore and Bridle Champion
PCCHA Cutting Futurity Intermediated Champion
PCCHA Cutting 5th Open Futurity
2019 UCHA Cutting Futurity 5/6 Intermediate Res. Champion
2020 4 Year UCHA Cutting Futurity Finalist
AQHA National High-Point Cutting Champions
2022 5/6 Year Old UCHA Cutting Futurity Finalist x 2
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Ed Robertson was born in 1959 in Malta, Montana. Growing up on a ranch was only the beginning of what’s been a lifetime of experience in various branches of agriculture across the west. In the early 1970s, his family moved to Bruneau, Idaho where they farmed extensively. Early on, though, Ed had a love of horses and all things cowboy, and was only nine years old when he started working for a grazing association in the summers. Ed feels extremely fortunate to have grown up the way he did, learning from some of the best horsemen in history. In fact, his 4-H group was one of Ray Hunt’s first clinics. After graduating from high school, he moved to Battle Mountain, Nevada and spent the next 25 years cowboying in Nevada and California. In Nevada, he worked with ranchers and horsemen, Tom and John Marvel. He also enjoyed Tom Dorrance and Gene Perkins as mentors. Having such renowned influences led Ed to the firm belief that there is a big difference between horse trainers and horsemen. His experiences ranching and riding help lay the foundation for success training and showing reined cow horses and cutting horses. His list of titles includes wins in some of the most competitive levels in National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) shows, from snaffle bit to bridle, as well as wins in the cutting arena. Ed and Helen live in Wells, Nevada.
Cutting horses are a type of horse that are trained to work with cattle. They are used in the sport of cutting, which involves separating a cow from a herd and keeping it away for a short period of time. Cutting horses are known for their quickness, agility, and ability to anticipate the movements of cattle. They are usually AQHA bloodlines, and their training typically involves working with a rider to develop their instincts and refine their handling abilities. Cutting is a popular sport in the western United States, and there are many competitions and events devoted to showcasing the skills and abilities of cutting horses and their riders.
Add an answ A reined cowhorse is a type of athletic horse that is trained to work with cattle. These horses are commonly used in Western riding competitions, where they must navigate a set of prescribed maneuvers such as reining patterns, cow work, and fence work. Reined cowhorses are specifically trained to control and work with cattle, using their agility, strength, and intelligence. The sport of reined cowhorse involves both Western-style riding and the traditional techniques of cow handling, with riders and horses working together to showcase their skills and athleticism. er to this item.
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NRCHA Stallion Stakes Winning Fence Run