ON THE COVER
Looking for Sunsets by Billy Schenck. Read about the art and the artist on page 93 or click here.
In This Issue
RIDE FOR THE BORDER
A historic Arizona guest ranch along the Mexican border starts a new era focused on hospitality, horsemanship and cowboy traditions.
By JENNIFER DENISON, Page 50.
OUTSIDE THE LINES
Getting away from the confines of an arena into wide open spaces can do a horse good. Be prepared with these tips from horseman Craig Cameron.
By SUSAN MORRISON, Page 60
COWBOY AT HEART
Where cowboys and horses and cattle connect, there are towns that still speak “cowboy.” We highlight 10 here. Compiled by WESTERN HORSEMAN STAFF, Page 65
LEROY & KIWI
Two of the toughest geldings from last year’s Road to the Horse competition adjust to life under saddle.
By ROSS HECOX, Page 72
The Family Ranch The next generation of a South Texas family ranch established in 1888 takes a big step. Page 14
Adventures Gillian Larson crosses long-distance backcountry trails alone, and it’s a passion she wants to share. Page 24
Rodeo Whiplash the Cowboy Monkey remains one of the most beloved rodeo specialty acts of all time. Page 36
Craftsmen Inspired by the high desert, Kathleen Brannon beads colorful accessories for men, women and horses. Page 39
Culture Art of the Cowgirl celebrates Western culture through the spirit of strong women and horses at its heart. Page 44
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