My first saddle was a slick fork, but a broncy black mare helped me appreciate the security of a tree with swells. When I was about 18, I started a little black mare in Colorado. I didn’t do a very…
Bolstering the American economy has been at the forefront of many minds lately, and one meaningful way you can do your part is to support companies who make products right here in the United States.
Believe me, there are plenty of colorful phrases that a ranch wife will utter. But here are some things you’ll…
Riley Webb is a roping gunslinger whose rodeo resume includes his current reign as the 2020 National High School Rodeo Association tie-down roping titlist. Webb’s been busy climbing the rodeo ranks from an early age. And later this month—when Riley rides into the World Champions Rodeo Alliance’s July 20-24 Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo in Salt Lake City—he’ll take a swing at becoming the youngest cowboy millionaire on rodeo record.
Rather than pulling and kicking to get a horse to stop and roll back through a turn, California cow horse trainer Clayton Edsall utilizes a simple drill that uses the fence to sharpen his horses’ movement.
Two top competitors — one a roper, one a cow horse competitor — have found that their friendship has also improved their horsemanship.