- All Around Performance Horse Weekly
show_name = All Around Performance Horse Weekly
caption = "AAPH Logo"
format = Variety Show
runtime = approx. 30 minutes
creator = Scott Cobb
executive_producer = Matt Wallace, Jeff Tucker Field Producer [ [http://www.wssp-inc.com/ WSSP website] ]
starring = Scott Cobb Sean Koehler John Klam
country = USA
RFD TV[ [http://www.rfdtv.com/ RFD TV website] ]
November 3, 2005
last_aired = present
num_episodes = (ongoing)
website = http://allaroundperformancehorse.tv/ |
"All Around Performance Horse Weekly" [ [http://allaroundperformancehorse.tv/ All Around Performance Horse Weekly website] ] is a show about performance horses and the cowboys that ride them. This weekly
RFD-TVshow is hosted by team ropers Sean Koehler, John Klam and Scott Cobb,
Steer wrestling, goat tying, barrel racing, cutting, reining, ranch rodeo and team ropingare the primary focus of this show. Meeting some of the top performers across the performance horse industry will provide both educational and entertaining insight into the skills and lifestyles performance horse people want to see. There are also, hints and “how to” lessons sprinkled throughout each show, so audiences will learn how to improve their own skills plus care for and train their own horses. This show also pays attention to the people and stories that you might not regularly hear. All Around Performance Horse Weekly is just as likely to visit lesser known, smaller events and small town folks as it does the high profile, large events and professional rodeo contenders.
Scott Cobb and his wife, Stefanie Newman Cobb, live and ranch in Bosque County and Hamilton County where they raise Registered and Commercial Brangus cattle and Registered Quarter Horses. Scott and family farmed and ranched in Frisco, Texas, for 25 years until he sold his operation there in 2002. He is a graduate of
Tarleton State University, class of 1972, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Business. While a student, he was a member of the university’s rodeo team. Scott is an active team roper and a member of the United States Team Roping Championships (USTRC) and Original Team Roping Association (OTRA).
Sean Koehler is originally from LaVernia, Texas, and is married to Natalie Cobb Koehler. He graduated from
Texas A&M Universityin 1999 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Science. He owns and operates a construction company based in Cranfills Gap, Texas. Sean is an active team roper and is also a member of the United States Team Roping Championships (USTRC) and Original Team Roping Association (OTRA).
John Klam is originally from louisville, la, and was a graduate of Katy High School. He was a member of the Texas High School Rodeo Association and the Youth Rodeo Association. He furthered his education by attending Texas A&M and graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Economics with a minor in Business. John and his wife, Tai Cobb Klam, live in Bosque County near Clifton, Texas, and train horses full time. John is also
Circle T Arena's co-owner, Ken Beshears, offers some insight into why they have built such a unique and outstanding facility. Just outside of Hamilton, Texas, Circle T offers entertainment, shopping and rodeo all under one brand new roof. John Klam's 2004 interview with World Champion Calf Roper "Fred Whitfield" is next as they talk about performance horses John Klam interviews another worldclass cowboy. Clay O'Brien Cooper offers a glimpse into his career and life. Finally, enjoy some of the fun captured during Circle T Arena's first public rodeo from "September 2-4, 2005".
This was the show's DEBUT EPISODE!""'
Scotty and Sean visit Fast Back Ropes as they lead us through taking a string to a rope. This episode allows everyone to "hang out" with the guys as they talk through what they learn and as they introduce some viewers to Ranch Rodeo. Also, Punk Carter provides the Special Tip for this episode. It's an age old one, but so true! Also, this is the first of two consecutive shows highlighting ranch rodeo. Fun times with real cowboys!
AQHAworld champion and judge George Chappell talks horses with Scotty in the studio. And after George and Scott chat for a while we move on to some barrel racing. Sean interviews Mary Margaret Richter and Scott interview three barrel racers from the Jud Little Ranch just north or Ardmore, OK. The special tips is offered by John DeBord as he shows a trick that helps with better dalleying. Next, it's the second of two consecutive shows highlighting ranch rodeo. More fun times with real cowboys at both Comanche, TX and Mineral Wells, TX! Amd finally, the show concludes with some tips about what judge George Chappell looks for in a good performance horse.
Travel to Stamford, Texas with John, Scott and Sean as they enjoy the Texas Cowboy Reunion from this past summer. Their time there includes interviews with a number of older cowboys! Also, Scott brings you an interview from this past September with JM Carroll, a true old timer. In addition to meeting some great cowboys, you will quite possibly learn some great information from Double J Saddlery's John DeBord as he helps viewers better understand how saddles are constructed. Finally, the show's special tip is with Clay O'Brien Cooper as he talks team roping and about proper delivery of the rope when heeling.
John and Scott meet a horse trainer who is visually impaired... Garry France from Birthright, Texas. Garry and his wife, "cowgirl," host the guys for the morning and give John a good tour of the place and how he works horse even though he is legally blind. Next, Scott and Sean visit with a 90 year old team roper from Yoakum, Texas, that is known simply as Mr. Tom. The show's Special Tip is brought to you by the
Tarleton State University's Rodeo Team coach, Bob Doty. He and one of the TSU students show you a nifty trick for practicing your steer wrestling.
Georgia vet, Mary Rogers, visits with Scott Cobb to discuss feeding your horse and a number of related things. Eight time world champion team roper, Rich Skelton, is interviewed by John Klam in the All Around Performance Horse studio. John also interviews "trick rope" expert, educator and entertainer, Brice Chapman, and hears more about the trade. Finally, barrel racer, Miriam Connor, offers the Special Tip and talks about protecting your horse's legs when transporting them.
Travel to west Texas, near Lamesa, to the Youngblood Ranch to gather some bulls and brand some colts. Kent Youngblood hosts his old college buddy, Scott Cobb, during their annual roundup and prep for a sale. Also, in the summer of 2005 at Stamford, Texas, a very special pickup horse named Hollywood is retired in front of an arena full of spectators. Join the guys and Hollywood's owner, Mitch Terrell for this special event. Finally, multi-time World Champion, JJ Hampton offers the Special Tip and talks about scoring your horse when practicing.
Texas Poet, Red Steagall, hosted a trail ride in West Texas this past fall. Show host, Scotty Cobb, and his wife, Stef, provide us with some video of the event that covered some very historic parts of the old west - surrounding the Albany, Texas area. Also, Circle T Arena's Kevin Redstrom and his buddy Troy Shelly give a great demonstration on how to best break-in steers for roping. They provide strong commentary along with video that makes it all look easy. Finally, long-time vet Doc Hefner offers the Special Tip and talks about detecting colic in a horse including how to check their pulse.
Scott Cobb visits Jud Little and Jud Little Ranches as we look at a breeding program that is completely focused on performance horses - such as barrelracing and team roping. We visit the facilities and round out the genetics vs environment discussion. Jud's got both. Also, Sean and John share their time in San Antonio at a ranch horse versatility event. The Special Tip is provided by
Tarleton State University's rodeo team - more on using mechanical devices to improve practice time.
Tarleton State University's Men's and Women's rodeo teams won the 2004-2005 national title. The guys visit with the coaches and a few of the key team members. Also, Scotty, Sean and John talk about some excellent horse sales they have attended in the past including one at the Four 6's. And the show's Special Tip is with Dale Martin on taking care of your horse during a performance event.
The guys attend the Ranch Cutting Horse Association (RCHA) Finals in Ft. Worth, Texas, and get a chance to talk with one of the finalists, Shawna Dodson. Also, Scotty gets a chance to talk with 2005 All Around World Champion, Ryan Jarrett. The special tip is provided by Brandon Bohac as he talks about rolling down the road and roping full-time.
There's nobody more qualified to talk about break-away than 17 Time World Champion JJ Hampton. Scotty and Sean visit JJ at her home outside of Stephenville, Texas, and shoot some runs and talk rodeo. Also, by popular demand, more ranch rodeo cowboys. John Klam interviews two of the cowboys - Marty Harris and Tanner Moncier - from the Comanche, Texas, ranch rodeo we visited earlier. The special tip is with Brian Carr talking about taking care of your leather equipment.
John, Scotty, and Sean all team rope, but the show's tried to make sure the show was about more than just team roping. Mission accomplished! Now, it's time to watch some great team roping at Circle T Arena's last Open Roping of 2005. While at Circle T, Sean gets to interview a cowboy from Mexico, Jeorge Zermeño, who talks about team roping north and south of the border… plus see some great rope tricks charreada-style! Scotty interviews 1969 World Champion steer roper, Walt Arnold, who just happened to be team ropin' at Circle T. The special tip is with Brian Carr talking about taking care of your leather equipment.
John, Scotty, and Sean load up and go spend the morning cowboying with Palo Pinto's own Bary Clower. Workin' cattle, rollin' down the road, and just about everything else is a blast with Bary. Also, Scotty interviews Glenn Hodges in the studio. Glenn is one of the directors of Stock Horse Of Texas also known as SHOT. The Special Tip is brought by rope maker, Al Benson, on how to take better care of your rope.
Viewers say they really enjoy our variety. This episode features three different artists who express their love for horses through their Western art. Scotty met up with sculptor Star York while on the Red Steagall Trail Ride, Xiang Zhang, a prominent western artist from China, talks about the oil paintings he did for Circle T and Bruce Greene discusses the importance of capturing the real working cowboy in his art. We will also hook back up with our buddy Bary Clower to talk about how his cowboy way of life and beliefs blend together. Shane Durbin discusses the importance of knowing your cattle for our Special Tip.
We catch up with John Mitchell after the Best of the Remuda Sale at the Fort Worth Stock Show and discuss what he looks for when purchasing a performance horse. Also at Fort Worth, we cover the Tie-Down Roping Timed Event Challenge. Scotty ran into an old friend, Freddy Vest, who explains the judged event in the morning. Next we see the winning runs from the evening. The Special Tip is offered by two very real cowboys, Tom Moorhouse and James Gholson.
Sean visits with Shawn Garriott of ArenaLights.com to discuss the importance of proper arena lighting. John will get to talk to two brothers, Tom & Bob Moorhouse about being brothers and their involvement in the Invitational Ranch Horse Competition & Sale. We cover part of the competition and find out how much the winners went for during the auction. Two time NFR qualifier Brittany Pozzi brings the Special Tip.
As promised, we cover a recent Stock Horse of Texas and Open competition and clinic. Listen in on two instructors giving one-on-one advice during the clinic and then to B.F. Yeates at the Open competition. John talks with Darren Hanson about your horse bedding. Scotty got to meet up with a professional stuntman, Dean Smith; he demonstrates some pretty neat stuff on his horse. Finally, pioneer maker of protective boots, Ed Galemba, offers the Special Tip.
John Klam meets Rodney Hammerstrom, at a Young Pro camp to hear his story of tragedy and recovery. Also, we start our very short series on the show's hosts and what they do for a living apart from the TV show. This initial segment in on Scotty Cobb as he works his cattle on the High Oaks Ranch. The Special Tip is provided by our buddy Bary Clower.
Check out The World's Greatest Horseman competition held this past year in Stephenville, TX. Also, to continue our shows that highlight the show's hosts.... follow Sean Koehler around for an average "day on the job" with his construction company.
Meet John Klam outside of his work with the TV show... as he does his daily work starting horses for the public. Also, hang on to your hat. It's ranch rodeo time with Bary Clower and company at Circle T Arena.
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