Western Horseman Magazine Information
In This Issue
COWBOYS CONVENE IN COWTOWN (page 74)
For 25 years, the Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering has celebrated ranch life, cowboy music and poetry, and the next generation of Western artists.
BY MATT BROCKMAN
LIFE LESSONS (page 84)
Craig Cameron sets up his young horses for future success with early instruction that lasts a lifetime.
BY SUSAN MORRISON
SOMETHING IN THE WATER (page 92)
Advancements in equine hydrotherapy are improving the all-around health of horses by helping injured horses recover faster and keeping performance athletes in tip-top shape.
BY KATIE FRANK
WOUND DOUBLE-TIGHT (page 100)
Mosquito was the most wild, aggressive and indefatigable animal I've ever known, but with patience the pony-sized horse came to be admired by me and my family.
BY BRYAN NEUBERT
12 Opening Shot Vic Howell ropes colts at the Babbitt Ranches in Arizona.
22 Essential Gear Ron Emmons' heavy snaffle bit has helped him win many titles.
34 Backcountry Photographing the great outdoors requires having the right gear and knowing your limits.
52 Culture The Cowboy Artists of America celebrates its 50th anniversary.
66 What's It Worth Learn the value and history of a vintage Stetson hat.