Reno Rodeo Cattle Drive

Folks in Reno, Nevada, really know how to put on a rodeo. Their annual Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West, with better than a half-million dollars in prize money, is ranked in the top five in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. And the Reno Rodeo Association committee figured out 15 years ago that the perfect way to open their rodeo was with an old-time cattle drive. It's been a hit ever since.

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Campsite Courtesy

In Western Horseman's June 2006 print edition, veteran horse camper Les Sellnow offers horse-camping planning tips in the feature "Planning for Adventure." Here, the Riverton, Wyoming, horseman shares advice for setting up and leaving a "no-trace" campsite. 

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Which Way Did He Go?

Does the Billy the Kid Ride follow the Kid's actual escape route from Lincoln, New Mexico to Fort Sumner, New Mexico? Fact is, no one knows for sure.

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No Surprises

When you're bedding down on the ground at night, out on the range, here's a good old-fashioned hint on how to keep from finding "surprises" in your boots the next morning.

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