Cowboy Artists of America members offer artwork inspired by their annual trail ride in a 48-hour sale in mid-July.…
Arizona horsewoman Brandi Lyons remembers a scary accident that rattled her confidence but ultimately taught her better horsemanship.
Bitmaker Jim Edwards explains how two of his most popular bits work and why horses respond well to them.
Virtual coaching allows riders to maximize their time and skills with help from top trainers who might otherwise be inaccessible.
From virtual horse shows to isolation shows, horsemen have several out-of-the-box ways to compete with their horses.
What happens when two blondes walk into a prison to learn about horses? Spoiler: They get more than they bargained for.
Close to 400 teams entered in the #8.5, which was an over 50 division (40 and older for women). The #10.5 roping, for ropers over the age of 40, saw more than 200 teams.