A unique brotherhood exists among working cowboys who compete in ranch bronc riding, an event rooted in tradition, horsemanship and pride in the ranches the competitors represent.
The best rawhide braiders in the world gather annually to share knowledge among themselves and others wanting to learn about the art.
Sophy Brown’s sweeping brushstroke and bold use of color and composition capture the explosiveness and expression of a Wrangler National Finals Rodeo bronc.
Using only a No. 1 pencil, Western Horseman art director Ron Bonge renders the intensity and action of a competitor at the Jordan Valley Big Loop.
According to J. Evetts Haley, author of the book Charles Goodnight: Cowman and Plainsman, among Charles Goodnight’s contribution to trail equipment was not only the chuckbox, but also the discovery and modification of the bed tarp, which became the cowboy bedroll as we know it today.
Prepare this main course ahead of time and you’ll always have a hearty meal on hand fit for a hungry cowboy crew.
The painting Between Two Worlds not only represents a cowboy’s struggle to hold onto his land and livelihood, but also artist Bill Anton’s personal journey westward.
On a dreary, rainy May morning, artist Carrie Ballantyne slides open the barn doors on Paul and Sandy Wallop’s historic Canyon Ranch, exposing the eastern slope of the Big Horn Mountains.