Master of the Flying Lead Change!!!

The picture that says it all.


Welcome to legendary trainer and clinician Jack Brainard’s website!!!! You will find clinic information with dates, locations and whom to contact. The shop has both of Jack Brainard’s books, various tack items as well as a selection of Cowboy Dressage™ items all available for purchase through PayPal.


A Horseman Remembers His First 90 Years

Jack's newest book IS READY TO SHIP!!!  Click here to order yours today from our store!



PSSSSST...  I've got a secret.  

It should be IN STOCK in time for Christmas 2015!!!



Also Avaiable in our store

If I Were To Train a Horse – his “how to” book on how to ride a better horse.  This book is temporarly out of stock and is being reprinted.  We do not have an availbility date yet.


Cowboys Past, Present & Future – his book on the history of Cowboys, Cattle and Horses in this country.

Cowboy Dressage™

We are happy to announce that various educational items are available from Cowboy Dressage in our store!!!


This is the letter "B" on the Cowboy Dressage™ competition court that is in honor of

Jack's longtime family Diamond B brand.  


If you have been around Jack recently, you are aware of his passion for Cowboy Dressage™! He has developed a friendship with Eitan Beth-Halachmy of Grass Valley California and the two are making quite an impact in the world of "Cowboy Dressage™".  


The concept of including "Good Dressage" exercises and principles in the training of Western Horses is not new.  Good Western trainers have been doing it for years.  What is new is the evolving movement of Cowboy Dressage™ that is bringing the gifts of classical dressage to the Western horse without sacrificing the heritage of the Western horse.  What does that mean?  It means that a Western horse should not be expected to move like a Warmblood.  Our Western horses will not have the suspension of a Warmblood.  Our Western Horses jog instead of trot and they lope instead of canter.  Our Western horses can however move in better balance with their weight shifted back to relieve their front ends. Most importantly, they can be encouraged to have a supple back for better biomechanics and longer soundness.  The Cowboy Dressage™ website has lots of detailed educational material.  Or come visit Jack at a clinic with your horse.

 You can visit Eitan's website at www.CowboyDressage.com


Jack was inducted into the Iowa Quarterhorse Hall of Fame in January 2010!!!

Jack was inducted into the National Reining Horse Association Hall of Fame on June 24, 2010, at the NRHA Derby in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Come on in and stay awhile!!!

E-mail Bonnie Siegel at bonniepnh@mac.com if I can answer any of your questions or help you.

Bonnie Siegel