Raised in Iowa, this cowgirl’s adventuresome spirit pointed her westward, where she found her calling—shoeing horses, starting colts and working on ranches with her husband.
After living in town for years, this Texas rancher has happily returned to rural life.
For nearly 50 years, this Washington rancher has raised children, ridden horses, and served as the backbone of the family ranch.
Nicole Courtney Smith, featured in the April 2017 Women of the West, discusses the women she admires, how she protects herself on the ranch and what gets her fired up.
What is Missy Cantrell's key to doing her job well?
Though a Florida native, Pat Close’s heart resides in the West, and this Colorado transplant made her mark on the hearts and minds of Western Horseman’s readers for 40 years.
It’s been a high-clover year north of the Black Hills, where this South Dakota native makes her home. She counts blessings like that every day.
The term “ranch wife” could be used to describe Connie Weishaar, but there is much more to this South Dakotan.