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OKANOGAN TOUGH (page 56)

The steep slopes and rocky terrain of the Okanogan Highlands require tough horses. Tucked away in those Washington hills is the hardy breeding stock of Promised Land Ranch.

BY KATIE FRANK

FREE IN THE FRONT (page 64)

Suppleness through the head and neck is important, but Jon Ensign puts a higher priority on the horse's front feet following the reins.

BY ROSS HECOX

HEALING HANDS (page 70)

Chiropractic treatment for horses is becoming more commonplace, and many veterinarians are adding it to their regimen of care. Some say the proof of its success is seen in the horses themselves.

BY SUSAN MORRISON

THE PICK-UP MAN (page 76)

A three-decade career has made Gary Rempel one of the most reliable men in the rodeo arena. A behind-the scenes look at the Canadian Finals Rodeo Reveals what has made him so successful.

BY RYAN T. BELL

BROUGHT UP BURSON (page 84)

These three ranch-raised brothers found their way to riding for two of the West's most historic ranches.

BY SARA GUGELMEYER