Stepping out from the behind the camera and onto a horse proved to be a valuable learning experience.
Using only a No. 1 pencil, Western Horseman art director Ron Bonge renders the intensity and action of a competitor at the Jordan Valley Big Loop.
She's the biggest little lady in country music, and made it to the top the old-fashioned way–with natural talent, a little luck, and lots of hard work.
According to J. Evetts Haley, author of the book Charles Goodnight: Cowman and Plainsman, among Charles Goodnight’s contribution to trail equipment was not only the chuckbox, but also the discovery and modification of the bed tarp, which became the cowboy bedroll as we know it today.
It took 70 trained horses to fill the cast of the epic American motion picture starring Charlton Heston in 1959.