Before we can move cattle, the horses must be brought in from the pasture. Heading out on the dirt bike to wrangle the horses. Horses coming into the corrals. Saddled and ready to go at dawn. Mounting up. Trotting out to the pasture under a fiery morning sky. It can take up to two hours of riding to reach the pasture. Many gates to open along the way. At the top of the pasture, apprentice Jake Meldon makes a plan for the move by drawing a map in the dirt. A cow wonders where we’re taking her today. Into the saddle. We’re moving! The cattle form long trails as we push them towards their new pasture. Happy girls looking forward to some fresh grass. All gathered. Two riders in a sea of cattle. Jake funnels the herd through the gate. Back out to pasture after a long day’s work.