The book looks at theories from the horse’s point of view and supports how ranch work keeps a horse mentally and physically in shape.
The book ‘The Life & Art of Joseph Henry Sharp’ follow the development of the painter’s art, studio, environment, and subject matter.
Author Shanna Hatfield recalls her childhood memories of Christmas as a foundation for the book, and supplements them with the stories and traditions of families connected to rodeo, ranching and the Western lifestyle.
The book “Equine Lameness for the Layman” contains hundreds of diagrams, charts and illustrations to help horsemen spot sound movement or when something’s amiss.
The book ‘Art of the West’ features a collection of photos and essays that showcases the namesake’s exhibit at the Autry Museum of the American West.
In this coffee-table book, Texas photographer John Langmore takes readers to 14 of the largest ranches in the West…
Four small volumes of quotations help cowboys, cowgirls and ranchers find humor in life. Wit & Wisdom Series |…