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Scott Daily to present colt starting demonstration


The 21st Annual New Mexico Ag Expo, sponsored by Plateau, is pleased to bring back Scott Daily of Arkansas City, Kan. to present his program on "Starting Colts--Putting on the First Ride" and "Progressing the Young Horse."

Daily will present his demonstration on Feb. 19 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in the Pavilion on the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds. The demonstration is sponsored by Yucca Telecom.

Daily has been around horses most of his life. His love for horses and desire to train them began in 4-H while he was growing up in Inola, Okla. He started training horses about 15 years ago.

"I had many different horses that I had to work with while in 4-H and during those years. I grew to love helping horses develop and become their best," Daily said.

To further his knowledge of horses, Daily attended Northeastern A&M College in Miami, Okla., and received a degree in Equine Management. He also competed for the rodeo team while in college. After many years of working with challenging colts and horses, he has developed and perfected his own techniques.

One method in particular involves laying the horse down while cracking a bullwhip or shooting a gun over the horse. The object of this action is to eliminate fears of loud noise and movement. Scott also feels this helps to build trust between horse and rider. The starting and training techniques he provides allows the horses to progress in a positive and willing manner.

Date: 2/11/2013



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