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Josh introduces Robin Gollehon who discusses the Yearling Head Start Program. This program is designed to give young horses a leg up on their future careers under saddle. The program begins with preparing the horses for lounge line to show, sell or to determine their potential for the two year old futurities. The program’s phase two is the “Get Ready To Ride” program which is the groundwork for coming two year olds in a step by step process as they prepare for life under saddle. Robin not only provides that service to breeders and owners but also teach them how to do it themselves with private lessons and clinics. Watch Shopping Western Style every week on RFD-TV or at
17 Mar 2009
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This is a video taken July 2010. It showcases some of our yearlings. The first is the real wide and heavy HRW 912. In the background you briefly see the wide HRW 8 with long main beams. Then coming from right to left you will see the heavy main frame 4x4 with tons of non-typical points HRW 911 (912's womb brother) and last but not least the wide sweeping in main frame with quite a bit of non typical points known as HRW 6 (womb brother to 8). Remember these deer are yearlings! (Sorry about the video, it was taken with an unfamiliar camera..still working on the glitches...more videos to come.)
4 Aug 2010
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This video was taken August 1, 2010 and it showcases some of our standout yearlings. For more information about our deer visit
6 Aug 2010
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Part I of our IV Part Series Featuring 2010 Yearling Buck # 911
10 Aug 2010
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Part II of our IV Part Series Featuring 2010 Yearling #912 (#911's Womb Brother!!!)
10 Aug 2010
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We are selling our 2007 Palomino Yearling Pop Up Camper The box is 12 ft. and sleeps eight. The trailer has queen beds at each end The dinette folds into a bed as does the wrap around couch. This Camper is in Excellent Condition and Very Clean The exterior is a winter white and dark metallic grey with a beautiful interior design that is light brown, green, tan and grey The camper is loaded with such options as AC, gas furnace, three way refrigerator, three burner indoor and outdoor stove Porcelain sink, fresh water holding tank with electric pump, awning, dual propane tank system Wrap around couch Full size stabilizing jacks at all four corners Roof vent with electric ceiling fan, propane leak detection system, and spare tire with cover Fully equipped with all options for optimum performance and comfort Nothing has been done mechanically or cosmetically to compromise integrity of originality Always maintained meticulously on schedule with nothing but premium fluids parts and service every time Full financing professional nationwide shipping and extended warranties are all available on approved credit,-IN.html Listing ID: 6186
6 Nov 2012
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22 Mar 2009
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18 Nov 2011
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Buckskin yearling Registered Missouri Fox Trotter horse for sale in Arizona. [[]] Smokey is a 14.1H gaited missouri foxtrotter and still growing. He was born in May 2007. He is very gentle and I have not yet used a chain on him. He has a real friendly personality. He is naturally gaited and really moves out. More info, prices, pedigrees, photos, video and stallions standing are on my website. [[]] Contact me toll free at 877 448-2424.
10 Dec 2008
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A moose watches over her yearling
31 May 2009
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2010 Yearling Bucks Part III of our IV Part SERIES Featuring Buck # 906 Be sure to catch all IV parts to our series!
9 Aug 2010
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Enjoy my latest video: Two Bulls, One Cow A typical day on a farm. Cows come in to eat. Two bulls get other ideas and butt heads over it, being rather, well, bullish about it. Keep trying guys, but she ain't having none of it. She leaves. They follow. Same the world over. Better luck next time. Your Cow Facts for the Day or More Stuff Than You'd Ever Want to Know about Bovines: Males and females are known as bovines. There are other more specific terms for what they are genderwise and at various stages of their lives (listed below). Cows can breed with other closely related species such as: •aurochs (extinct) •banteng (Southern Asia) •bison •gaur (Southern Asia) •wisent •zebu (that's that wonderful humped cattle you see in India) •yaks (from Nepal). When I was growing up some newspaper filler writer would provide newspapers with little 1-2 line snippets about yaks and yak butter to use to fill out columns. As a result of reading every inch of the newspaper I have an inordinate amount of knowledge about yaks and yak butter. For example: Only yak butter is used in butter sculptures for religious festivals in Tibet. Whew, finally, I've been able to use that bit of knowledge. And another one: Yak racing is highly popular in Tibet, though not very fast (although they'll outrun you). The hide can be cured and made so waterproof it's used to make small coracles (usually saucer-shaped) boats. Okay, I'll stop now. Cows cannot interbreed with buffalo, though. The most amazing cow ever: the Heilan coo Scottish: Highland Cow. My first name is Heilan. And frequently my haircut resembles that of the Heilan Coo. Maybe that's why I like cows so much. And yet more bovine terminology: •beef: young ox (being fattened up for market) •beefing: the act of fattening up an ox for market. (Beware being called beefy by someone) •bull: adult male who is able to have sex (and from this video you know that able doesn't always mean actually has sex) •bullock: An older castrated bull in most of the world. Steer when they're young. Bullock when their old. And to be contrary, in the US a young bull is frequently referred to as a bullock (and he still has all his boy bits intact -- trying to be PG about this). •calf (pl. calves): newborn cattle until they are weaned •cow: female who has had 1-2 calves (some people insist that she have had 2 calves before calling her a cow) •feeder-calves or feeders: You don't want to be this. This means you are young male beef cattle. Eventually after you've been fattened up, sometimes rather quickly with growth hormones (people stay away from buying beef that's been given growth hormones, they won't tell you, but it's not very good for you), you're heading to market. You'll wind up cut up, shrink-wrapped, on display for sale in a grocery store. (I think there's a Disney film here about a feeder calf that gets away, goes on a quest to find it's real mother, and becomes head bull of all the other cattle. Might even be a major disaster like a fire or earthquake. Ref: Bambi, Lion King. Suggested title: MOOooooooo!) •freemartin: a female twin of a bull. She's infertile because of her intersexual characteristics (didn't quite make it to becoming a bull, but can't have calves). However, I firmly believe she should still be given the full rights and dignity afforded to all other cattle. •heifer: young female who has not yet had a calf •maverick: cattle of either gender that is unbranded •neat: oxen with horns (neatsfoot oil comes from them) •ox (pl. oxen): castrated male bull kept around as a draft animal or for food. This term is applied to older female cows, on occasion. So guys, if someone calls you healthy as an ox, beware. Mainly it means you can no longer breed but you're kept around because you can work and possibly might make a good meal some day. But, mainly, you're hooked up to traces and straining and pulling things around. BTW traces are those side straps/chains connecting the harness to a cart or whatever is being pulled. That crossbar the traces pass through is called a whiffletree (sometimes whippletree, singletree, swingletree). I promise I will refrain from naming all the parts of a cart. •steer: castrated male (sorry guys if that makes you uncomfortable) •yearling: cattle 1-2 years old. Used more for males than females. •weaners (all of you with dirty minds can stop laughing now, and that reference isn't even spelled this way): cattle that is more than a year old, but not an adult •working steer: In the US only. Refers to draft cattle under four years (again with all their boy bits intact) Use all the above knowledge on your next date and I'm sure you'll make an impression of some sort. Though I must warn you they might find you a bore (not boar -- don't even get me started about boars).
24 Jan 2013
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Holiday by Yearling
5 Nov 2009
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Watch Breaking the Yearlings by Shearwater
24 Feb 2012
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Al Rayyan is a horse of classic type, incredible eyes, tail carriage and extreme charisma. He was born at Imperial Egyptian Stud and sold to the famous Al Shaqab Stud in Qatar as a yearling in 1994. As a junior he won several championships and most classic head awards in the Middle Eastern show circuit. Al Rayyan's dry, classic head soon made him famous and word flew around the world that this son of Imperial Madheen is easily his most beautiful one. All who had seen Al Rayyan winning the title of Middle East Junior Champion Colt at Jordan in 1997 agreed, as he was not only the most elegant of all the colts but the one with the best movement as well. The traits that Arabians are loved for -- the chiseled head, large dark eye, pride and elegance, wonderful disposition -- are clearly evident in Al Rayyan. The traits that made Arabians famous -- the powerful movement with tremendous drive from the rear, excellent topline and a strong back, high-set neck, the balance and harmony of the body, the proud carriage -- are clearly visible. Khalid Al Haddad from Saudi Arabia couldn't resist Al Rayyan's charm and charisma and bought him for his Al Aadeyat stud in 1999. He entered him in several shows and in 2000 he was made Supreme Champion of the Saudi Arabian Western Province Championships where he also won the Most Classc Head award. His beauty comes as no surprise as his full sister, the late Imperial Madanah who resided in Qatar, was regarded one of the most beautiful straight Egyptian mares one can imagine. Whilst Al Rayyan's virtues are many, it is as a sire that he is excelling. His foals are all indelibly stamped with his best attributes.
18 Jan 2009
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Seannie was bred by 4J Ranch Foundation Quarter horses in eastern Iowa, and shipped out to us as a long yearling. In this video, he trains with Steve and Carolyn Bauhr of Bauhr Horsemanship in La Grange, California. He lives with us in Penn Valley, California. We are very grateful to have found him on With his mellow disposition, He gets along well with our mares. Sired by Dolly's First Pal, and Seannie is 93% foundation QH Steve & Carolyn did the BEST job of anyone I've ever known... so very thorough and kind and clear in their training. Highly recommend!
19 Feb 2009
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