Braiding in the Bill Dorrance tradition, Montana horseman and artisan Randy Rieman discusses the beauty and functionality of rawhide gear, and tells you what to look for in quality craftsmanship. With tunes from Benny Goodman, Don Edwards and the Quebe Sisters Band set on rotation in the CD player and a cup of tea in hand, Randy Rieman takes to the modest garage of his Dillon, Montana, ranch.
Horsewright Clothing and Tack Company owners Dave and Nichole Ferry design working cowboy gear while ranching in California's Tehachapi Mountains. Their traditional tack has inspired a movement to recognize the men and women serving in the armed forces.
An East Coast cowgirl finds acceptance—and her inner bronc rider—at Cowgirl U.
Whether supervising operations, braiding rawhide, engraving silver or building saddles, the owners, managers and craftsmen at Hamely & Co. share a common vision: to maintain the quality craftsmanship and commitment to working working cowboys and buckaroos that the store was founded on more than a century ago.