Planning to attend a rodeo this summer? We’ve got the details on a great schedule of rodeos and events that you won’t want to miss.
Enjoy all things rodeo in this issue. Learn about the physical endurance and conformation characteristics needed in rodeo horses.
Choosing a new bit for your horse is a complicated decision, but there are a couple of guidelines you can follow to steer you in the right direction.
From skilled horsemen’s insights on their preferred tools of the trade, including National Cutting Horse Association Hall of Famer Shannon Hall, to an insider’s tour of Mike Major’s highly functional and drool-worthy tack room, this issue will be sure to inspire horsemen to gear up and go.
Taking care of your horse’s health is a crucial part of being a responsible horse owner. That’s why Western Horseman curated this collection of products designed to help you keep your horse in peak health and comfort.
The April issue explores proactive approaches to maintaining happy, healthy horses at home and on the road.
Looking for an education that will set you on the path to a career in the equine world? Western Horseman has gathered a couple of colleges with classes and experiences that can help you on your way.
Springtime signifies a fresh start and our March issue is no different. This issue is dedicated to the men and women who dedicate their time to the future of the Western industry, whether it’s saddling a colt for the first time or teaching a classroom full of students.
On The Cover Western Horseman February 2023 God’s Country, taken by Texas-native photographer Emily McCartney. In This Issue RODEO…