Frank Dominguez takes a quiet ride on the T Lazy S Ranch in Nevada.
Buster Frierson of the Veale Ranch moves bulls on a gray day, which turns out to be photographer’s gold.
To be quite honest, there are plenty of times that I would be just as happy inserting myself into the setting, rather than holding a camera.
During his years at Western Horseman, Editor in Chief Ross Hecox has visited countless cool barns. Here are some of his most memorable.
Nick Dowers, cow horse trainer and former Road to the Horse champion, works with Leroy, a big brown gelding he started at Road to the Horse 2018.
Despite visiting Palo Duro Canyon several times in recent years, photographer Ross Hecox says this special place in the Texas Panhandle always has a surprising effect on him.
Jason Pelham has become a good friend of the magazine, and maybe that’s why I’m always drawn to this photo of him moving cows in 2006 on the Spade Ranches division in the Texas Panhandle, where he still works.
Photographing the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo has got to be the most action-packed shoot that I do each year.
They say cattle stay calmer when fed with a team, rather than with a tractor. And tractors get stuck and sometimes don’t start in bitter cold conditions.