The Fire-Breathing Dragon
Be a Better Horseman
Night Latch or Bucking Strap
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Life Along the Cowboy Trail
Ranchers in southwestern Alberta enjoy spectacular scenery, a rich heritage and the perfect environment for doing what they love.
Light in the Bridle
Neck-reining is just one step toward getting in sync with a saddle horse. For a rider, achieving a greater degree of control is about measured progress and communication with his mount.
Lights, Camera, Action
Inspired by old-time TV westerns, Australian Robin Wiltshire trains animals for television and motion-picture roles.
PBS sends two cowboys back to 1867 for its latest historical reality-show, Texas Ranch House
Living Springs Ranch
Living Springs Ranch served as the scenic backdrop in "Counting Cadence," which can be found in the December issue of WH. Located in Simla, Colo., on the high plains near Colorado Springs, Living Springs Ranch hosts recreational activities for riders of all ages and at all levels of expertise. Many events include presentations by top rodeo competitors and horsemen and -women, such as rodeo cowboy Lyle Sankey and Arizona clinician Lee Smith. Ranch guests can bring their own horses or arrange to use ranch horses for many activities, which are held almost year-round.