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In the February 25, 1991 Sports Illustrated (“Making the Cut”), Thomas K. McGuane writes of training cutting horses to work with cows and compete in cutting horse competitions. He tells of taking a two year old from being tentative and jumpy to being able to face “the unknown with confidence.” He has special insight to the relationship between cutting horse and trainer. “Cutting begins and ends with horses – the minds, bodies and souls of horses. You have to have a deep love of horses to endure the training. If you don’t sense a kind of magic watching a horse take two steps or put his nose under water or switch flies, there’s no…

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