Rafter 3 Horse Development

Western and Barrel Racing Horse Training


Barrel Racing Horse Training Podcasts brought to you by Rafter 3 Horse Development

Hello and welcome to Rafter 3 Horse Development’s barrel racing and western horsemanship Horse Training Podcast page! We are excited to have you join us today. Makala and I would like to invite you to check out our library of horse training podcasts that we have lovingly and carefully assembled. 

We will take you on an exciting adventure each week that are all about training barrel racing horses! If you love barrel racing and want to learn the best practices for training competition barrel horses, check out our podcasts. We cover topics ranging from care and conditioning to barn management, preparing for shows, and much more. 

Down below are some of our horse training podcasts that are currently available. We release a new podcast weekly!

Not sure where to start with your western horsemanship or barrel racing education?

Take a look at some of our new releases in our articles section! This is a great way to start on your horse training journey. 

Some of our audience’s favorite articles include:

Check out our weekly articles and blog posts page to read more! Thank you for taking the time to stop by our page. Be sure to check back frequently for new releases. If there is a specific topics you would like to hear us chat about, feel free to let us know! You can email us directly at Rafter3horsedevelopment.com, we are here to help you take your horse training to the next level and help you overcome any obstacles you may be faced with. 

Listen to Rafter 3 Horse Development’s Barrel Racing Training Podcast

About Rafter 3 Horse Development

Rafter 3 Horse Development was proudly founded in 2022 by Makala Nerio and Jamie Ridge. We are bringing revolutionary western horse training straight to you each and every week! Offering training books, weekly updates and articles, podcasts, and videos we are your one-stop-shop for everything western horse training.

Carrying on Makala’s family legacy name, Rafter 3, we continue the traditional roots of the Texas horse trading, roping, ranching, and barrel racing history that was started long ago.