ON THE COVER
Pick-up man Chase Cervi helps a saddle bronc rider to safety in a muddy arena in Fort Madison, Iowa. Photographer Mallory Beinborn shot this image, one of many she has captured while following the sport of rodeo. Read more on page 82.
In This Issue
Women exert a fierce, focused and feminine fortitude to get the job done on ranch rodeo teams. By JENNIFER DENISON, Page 62.
FOLLOW A FEEL
When starting colts under saddle, Frank Dominguez uses a saddle horse to build trust, instill confidence and teach young horses how to think through pressure. By ROSS HECOX, Page 72
Searching for light, color and the unusual, photographer Mallory Beinborn captures the gutsy heart of rodeo. By SUSAN MORRISON, Page 82
A COWBOY CHARACTER
It’s hard to imagine Western art and film without the face of Buck Taylor, the 2019 Western Horseman Award winner. By CHRISTINE HAMILTON, Page 92
Ranching The task of a cowboss catching horses at daylight has epitomized life on the wagon for more than 100 years. Page 16
Backcountry Dogs make great backcountry companions, but just like horses, they should be trained and conditioned for the trip. Page 26
Arena All-Stars Uno What Time It Is has spent plenty of time in the winner’s circle for his owner and trainers. Page 32
Rodeo Reno Rodeo marks 100 years of catering to both cowboys and crowds. Page 38
Western Stops Cowboy Dinner Tree in Oregon is a remote but worthwhile dinner destination. Page 52
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