Western Horseman Magazine Information
In This Issue
SKILLS HANDED DOWN (page 60)
Guided by parental mentors, an emerging generation of craftsmen is making its own mark in traditional cowboy arts.
BY JENNIFER DENISON
UNCONVENTIONAL WISDOM (page 70)
Larry Mahan's flamboyant style and free-thinking ways won him rodeo stardom, attracted new fans to the sport, and led him to a better understanding of horses. Decades later, he's still studying horsemanship and promoting the Western way of life.
BY ROSS HECOX
READING, RIDING & 'RITHMETIC (page 76)
Arizona's Orme School is the perfect setting for horse-crazy teens in search of a different educational experience.
BY KYLE PARTAIN
RETURN TO THE RING (page 84)
Ten years after my last reining competition, I discovered confidence attending Rookie Day. The clinic and show sets up beginner reiners for success, and all for a good cause.
BY KATIE FRANK