Working Cattle & Team Penning : Training Your Horse in the Hole: Ranch Sorting

The hole is one of the most difficult areas in team penning and side passing is a good exercises to practice working the hole. See exercises you can use to train your horse in the hole in this free video on ranch sorting.

Expert: Kathy Kentala
Bio: Kathy Kentala owns the Bee Cave Riding Center in Austin, TX. She also owns Signal Hill Ranch, a western venue specializing in team penning and ranch sorting, barrels, poles, and other speed events.
Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA

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8 Responses

  1. viviana morales
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    get out of the hole

  2. CountryGirl 9633
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    Okay…first of all Jesus give your horse its head and learn to ride with you legs. Riding is 10% physical 90% mental lady that horse is being pulled on way to much. Soft hands make a soft horse. And secondly, you never stay that close in the "hole", you wanna be further up so you have more time to stop and push cows back. This is a joke. I've been riding and rodeoing all my life. And worked cows the entire time too, never would I listen to this advice. Sorry but that's my opinion

  3. savagesultin
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    actually you are working the "hole" wrong. You should never play in the hole, your horse should be on the cow side of the hole. If you play in the hole you limit your horses ability to work any trash before they get to the hole. NEVER work your horse in the hole. If you do you will never win

  4. Michael Bruce
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    Fuck you call me at 704 342 3965 you fuckfaces no one cares about this stupid shit

  5. Irina&Lolaaah&Laddie-Go
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    i LOVE!!!! how she wears a helmet!:) this made my day

  6. AL92660
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    Is there some reason why the screen is full of text and we can't watch the action?

    Rodeos aren't cruel. Work on a ranch for a day. Get bucked off a horse and stomped by a cow or two and you'll learn to do what all city nits should do – which is something along the lines of shutting up.

  7. Chloe Hewitt
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    at&t supports cruel rodeo. Thats wat i herd

  8. geckodelta
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    your a really good rider and you have a great horse:)

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