With their slick-fork saddles and silver spade bits, the Californio Vaqueros still trail cattle through the golden hills of California. Meet the men and women who work the ranches and carry the tradition forward — stalwarts like Ernie Morris, the descendants of expert horsemen Bill and Tom Dorrance, and the young folks who are reviving the vaquero traditions. From the hackamore, to the two-rein, to straight up in the bridle, see how they make a horse as fluid as silk. Learn their secrets to braiding the rawhide reata and throwing the figure eight. 82 minutes.