Cowboy Mounted Shooting
What could be more fun the horses, guns, and balloons? On this episode of the Whoa Podcast we explore Cowboy Mounted Shooting. Essentially it is a rider wearing a holstered firearm riding through a course. On the course are some balloons usually on stakes. The rider must negotiate the course as fast as possible shooting the balloons. As you can imagine, cowboy mounted shooting takes a broke horse and a steady hand. We talk to Cathy and Johnnie Hendricks of the Roy Rogers Rangers, a shooting club in Southern California. Cathy and Johnnie walk us through the basics of cowboy mounted shooting, the organization that runs competitions, and what you can expect at a competition.
Then we talk to Kenny Lawson of the Silver Dollar Ranch. Kenny was one of the horsemen at the Horsemen's Re-Union. We caught him in the autograph hall. It's a little noisy, but Kenny has a lot of good information. Kenny talks about how you get your horse used to the course and the use and safety of gun handling. Kenny offers clinics on cowboy mounted shooting on a regular basis.
You can learn more about cowboy mounted shooting check out the CMSA website. Or check out the videos HERE
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