Western Horseman Magazine Information
ON THE COVER
Neal Gay rides Yellowjacket in Athens, Texas, in the early 1960's. Read about his family on page 56. Photo by Ferrell Butler.
In This Issue
POSITIVE SPINS (page 48 )
In good times or bad, Al Dunning's upbeat attitude has helped him become a world champion trainer, a respected judge, an effective clinician, and now the recipient of this year's Western Horseman Award.
By ROSS HECOX
THE RODEO GENE (page 56)
By the time he was a teenager, Neal Gay knew he wanted to be a cowboy. At 90, he has built a legacy of rodeo stars through his family and his livestock.
BY SUSAN MORRISON
WAGONS HO! (page 66)
Oregon's 4-H Wagon Train gets youth outdoors with horses and connects them with history.
BY KATIE FRANK
DON'T PUSH ME (page 74)
Horseman Ken McNabb explains how to use groundwork and circle exercises to stand up to a horse that is being a bully.
BY JENNIFER DENISON
14 Equine Insider The horse industry grapples with foals left behind by nurse mares.
20 Health Rotational deworming plans might not be the answer anymore.
32 Young Horsemen LaRae Lewis takes a chance on high school rodeo and set high goals.
36 Backcountry Riding with German horsemen offers a new appreciation for the American West.
44 Cowboy Tastes Chuckwagon Chili is the perfect dish for a cold winter day.
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