Students at Treasure Valley Community College learn various horsemanship skills, from starting colts to roping to proper cattle handling and they’re taught by Road to the Horse Wild Card Champion and lifelong horseman Wade Black.
From the tractor in the yard and the placement of each gate, to the types of feeders and the fencing materials each place utilizes, everything on a property represents choices, labor and sacrifices made.
For an unexpected step back into saddlemaking time, take a tour of Veach Saddlery Company and you’ll be reminded of when every town had a local saddle shop, the annual rodeo was a community’s largest spectacle, and the West was still wild.
We asked horse professionals at the 2019 National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity which pair of Dennis…
The event, now in it’s 24th year, is a favorite for many in the ranching community not only for the ranch rodeo but also for it’s trade show, entertainment, horse show and more.
Erratic environmental extremes—from flooding to drought—can cause drastic changes in horses’ hooves. The weather just had to be a…
The move to Texas brought with it chilly winds in the fall and winter, unpredictable terrain, longer days in the saddle, and a need for another functional layer.
In celebration of WSRRA’s 10th anniversary, we’ve compiled 10 highlights from the past decade that show the association’s evolution and dedication to fostering ranch rodeo for the future.