The little man with a lot of ability knows how to set a goal—and reach it.
This Arkansas horsewoman splits her time between managing a cow-calf operation, raising her family, and competing in pole bending…
Specialized equine athletes— from broncs to barrel racing horses—win accolades in rodeo for their speed, timing and skills in the specific events for which they are trained. However, there are equally athletic and highly skilled horses, their names and stories rarely known, that are often unnoticed and underappreciated.
Radar, the 30-year-old jumping mule, drew quite a crowd at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Coon Hunters Jumping.
Sarah McKibben was one of the many talented horsewomen who showed their American Quarter Horses at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Versatility Ranch Horse Show.
Competing in rodeo means hours of windshield time, but cowboys Clay Elliott and Audy Reed love life on the road.
FLOATING HORSES: THE LIFE OF CASEY TIBBS, a new documentary directed by Denver filmmaker Justin Koehler about rodeo’s greatest cowboy who transcended the sport to become a household name with his revolutionary talent and flamboyant personality during the 1950s, will screen on Thursday, November 9 at 5pm at the Lone Star Film Festival in Fort Worth, Texas at the Four Day Weekend theater.