Rodeo's top cowboys and bucking stock who contested at the first National Finals Rodeo held in Dallas, TX, December 1959.
It’s been a high-clover year north of the Black Hills, where this South Dakota native makes her home. She counts blessings like that every day.
An Equine Bucket List, of sorts.
To Wyoming artist Clark Kelley Price, Western art is more than a pretty picture of horses, cattle and country. He sees it as a way to tell an in-depth story or make a statement about a specific place, person or moment in time.
Most people only dream of living a ranching lifestyle. Cowgirl poet Jessica Hedges sees it as her responsibility to let everyone know what it is really like.
One gather with Mike Major taught me how to look for chances to work on my horsemanship.
The horse best known as ‘Gunner’ changed the face of reining, quite literally, and earned legions of fans for his talent, personality and distinctive looks.
A look at one of the Quarter Horse foundation sires and the man who bought him for $800 during the Depression.