Brenda Negri’s memoir ‘The Big Out There’ shares what buckaroo life was like in the 1970s and ’80s, and aims to inspire women who may want to ride for a living.
Jerry Diaz brought the pageantry of charro horsemanship to the masses. Now, as he passes the lessons of four…
Western folk music legends Ian & Sylvia release their latest project, a retrospective double album of “lost tapes.”
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.
Driftwood’s legacy went beyond the breeding program of Channing and Katy Peake. His impact continues to impact ranching bloodlines.
This year marked Cheyenne’s 73rd annual western celebration—Frontier Days; and “Old Cheyenne,” as the Wyoming town is known to many cowboys, really drew contestants and spectators alike. Weeks ahead of the July 22-27 dates, all hotel and motel rooms were sold out for Frontier Days.
Youth artists shine in the 2019 Western Horseman/Cowboy Artists of America Youth Art Contest. Budding artists wowed judges at…
In many of the private schools throughout the country, horsemanship plays an important role. One such school is the Fountain Valley School for Boys, located a short distance south of Colorado Springs, Colorado.