Joe’s career started when he finished high school, he worked on several ranches before arriving at the Soldier Meadows Ranch where the cow boss was a man named Ray Hunt.
After working for Ray for a number of years, Joe then took a job on a ranch in Salinas, California. There he became friends with Bill Dorrance. Together they conducted roping clinics together.
Joe then moved to Texas the home of his wife and in 2002 he won the inaugural AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse competition at the Fort Worth Stock Show and continued to compete for several years.Read More
Buck is back! Come to Aintree International Arena from Friday 7th June to Sunday 9th June 2019 to watch one of the world’s most talented horsemen conduct his third UK clinic, in conjunction with Total Horsemanship.Read More
"The horse is always right". Ray Hunt told me this during the opening talk of a colt-start class. As simple as it sounds, and contradictory as it may appear at first, what a great reminder it is! No horse tries to be wrong, they all “live what they learned and learn what they lived” (Ronnie Willis). It is our responsibility to influence the horse in such a way, that he can be right and do what we wish him to do, at the same time!Read More