Part 1. Nature of the Horse: Understanding the Horse's Instincts, The Herd of Two, Reading the Horse, Mechanics of the Horse, Taking Your Time, Defining Horsemanship, Equipment: Tools of the Horseman's Trade; Part 2. Working With the Horse: Early Handling/Imprinting, Groundwork, The First Ride, Beyond the Round Pen, Flexibility, Collection, Trailer Loading; Part 3. Achieving the Man-Horse Balance: Advanced Leading, Putting Handle on the Horse, The 12 Exercises, The Great Trouble-Shooting Chart
Craig Cameron is on the road more than 40 weeks a year, covering over 80,000 miles demonstrating the style of horsemanship he's perfected in the last 20 years. Traveling and working out of his Bluff Dale, Texas and Lincoln, New Mexico ranches, he starts hundreds of colts each year and gives horsemanship clinics on reining, starting horses on cattle, and problem solving to develop cowboy skills. Known as the "Cowboy's Clinician," Craig uses a philosophy of teaching that eliminates the rough handling of horses, which has earned him a well-deserved international following. A native Texan, this former PRCA rodeo cowboy, working cowboy, rancher and cattleman has made horses his life for more than 40 years. His original, entertaining, and motivational style is regularly sought out by television, radio, magazines, fairs, ranch rodeos, concerts, universities, and many celebrities.