Blending stock- and draft-horse bloodlines, Oregon's Whitehorse Ranch produces horses aimed at guest ranches, resort operations, and buyers looking for dependable, versatile mounts.
Idaho's Zollinger Ranch uses classic and contemporary bloodlines to meet the evolving demands of the performance-horse market.
This athletic stallion built the career of trainer Ted Robinson, sired a line of legendary performers and rejuvenated the reined cow horse industry.
Learn how to bit up your horse and longe him in a controlled manner with this technique from reining-horse trainer and veterinarian Timothy Bartlett.
Editor's Note: This story first appeared in Western Horseman's January-February 1942 issue. For more on the Pony Express, pick up the September 2006 issue for Jennifer Denison's "The Pony Express Paradox.
At the Haythorn Land & Cattle Co. horse sale, it's not only "buying" that draws the crowd - it's "buying in."
Our September 2004 issue featured "Resurrecting the Ol' 25" about a historic Nevada ranch describes my encounter with one of the few vaqueros left on the western range.
Here are some helpful hints reprinted from The Revised Horseman's Scrapbook by Randy Steffen. Many of the tips in the book appeared in Western Horseman through the years.