Horses have taken Montana horsewoman Elle Parker from three-day eventing and jumping to ranching and rodeo.
With vision and determination, Tammy Pate did more than establish Art of the Cowgirl. She created a movement and community that will continue to elevate women pursuing their dreams in Western arts and horsemanship.
Montana native Judy Wagner has used wisdom gleaned through her rural upbringing to guide her in business and to inspire others.
Originally an art form unique to prison inmates, horsehair hitching has now been embraced by craftsmen on the outside.
Artist Jack Sorenson revels in the Christmas spirit as he creates holiday paintings that appear on the covers of Western Horseman.
A book review of Jolyn Young’s heartfelt memoir as she reveals the nitty-gritty reality of cowboy living through humor and grace.
The Sankey family prides itself on top bucking horse bloodlines and efficient event production during the heat of the summer rodeo season.
A family ranch in the Big Horn Mountains has historic ties to British royalty and northern Wyoming’s polo heritage.
Historic Arizona guest ranch, Rancho de la Osa, starts a new era focused on hospitality, horsemanship and cowboy traditions.