Western Horseman Magazine Information
In This Issue
LIVING ON THE EDGE (page 58)
Riding rank horses and mules and navigating treacherous trails has given California packer and poet Roxx Knox a lifetime of unimaginable stories to tell.
BY JENNIFER DENISON
NO-FENCES CLINIC (page 66)
Cowboy and horseman Kevin Meyer believes horses and riders of all backgrounds can benefit from working cattle on the open range. What better place to do it than on a remote ranch in Wyoming?
BY ROSS HECOX
QUITTIN' TIME (page 72)
Learning when to call it a day can be the most valuable reward for your horse. Tom Curtin explains how showing appreciation for your horse's efforts can pave the path toward progress.
BY KATIE FRANK
BADLANDS GOLD (page 78)
Wilson Rodeo Company has carved a successful stock contracting company out of the rocky heart of South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
BY KATE BRADLEY