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November Issue

ROWDY ROMANCE (page 92)

David Stoecklein's iconic Western photographs, known for their fast action and breathtaking scenery, have helped shape the image of the modern American cowboy.

BY ROSS HECOX

 

PICKING UP SKILLS (page 104)

 

Pick-up men serve a crucial role in rodeo, and a growing number of schools offer sound instruction for rescuing bronc riders and handling rank horses

BY LYCRECIA ATKINS

THE CLONE AGE (page 112)

Cloning's influence can already be felt from the breeding barn to the auction ring and the competition arena. To understand the controversial technology, here is a look back on the first decade of the clone age.

BY RYAN T. BELL

A MATTER OF BALANCE (page 124)

By combining dressage maneuvers and vaquero training methods, Jim Hicks give his horses the best of both worlds.

BY MELISSA HEMKEN

 

TOTAL PACKAGE (page 132)

Consider these special gifts for the cowboy, cowgirl, little buckaroo, horse or dog on your Christmas list.

BY KATIE FRANK