One of the most influential rawhide braiders of all time recounts his earliest lessons in the craft.
View our brand-new publication, Ranch Horse News, online for FREE! The new publication highlights ranch horse competition. Editor-in-Chief Ross Hecox writes, “With this first edition of Ranch Horse News, presented by Western Horseman, our goal is to cover and promote ranch horse competition like no other publication."
Doug Williamson on showing at the NRCHA's Snaffle Bit Futurity, an event he has won twice.
Extending a horse trailer’s life benefits both the owner and the animals carried inside. Here, two top trailer professionals offer six maintenance tips to minimize costly repairs.
Selecting the ideal size of saddle for your riding preferences and comfort.
Proper trimming is vital to preventing lameness and injury for horses. Keeping a horse’s bars aligned and healthy are dependent upon trimming as well. Bars appear as white lines along the frog and are made up of lamina. Think of the bars like plastic straws ...
The McLaughlin legacy now spans four generations with Jay’s son, Cutter.
One of the top Western songs of all time.