Oscar®-winner Ben Johnson stayed true to his cowboy ways.
You might say he was lucky.
It took 70 trained horses to fill the cast of the epic American motion picture starring Charlton Heston in 1959.
One of the most famous, and feared, bucking bulls of all time.
In the cutting horse world, the name Buster Welch rings synonymous with ability, ambition, personality, and – most of all – success.
STOP SNORTIN' and fussin' and sayin': "Why, shore I can read brands! Ain't I been born and raised on a ranch and ain't I been handlin' critters all my life?"
From Show Biz to the Show Ring
A humorous tale from a vet about feeding horses this popular treat.
The Old West lives on through the paintings, illustrations and sculptures of legendary artist Charlie Russell.
Known as the "Iron Horse," Clabber not only passed along his speed and durability to his offspring but his true grit and competitive spirit.
This revolutionary Quarter Horse was just as phenomenal on the track as he was a sire.
Named, the people's show, accomplished far more than it's originators had ever dreamed.
Don King melded regional saddlemaking traditions with his own meticulous flair.
The story of Easy Jet's blazing career and his lifelong bond with owner Walter Merrick.
With Robert Redford, Buck Brannaman, and Rex Peterson in charge, this could be one of the best horse movies ever made.
His tremendous popularity as a singer of western ballads and folk songs opened the door for him to star in several movies and TV shows.
A tribute to the working cowgirl by Gordon Snidow.
The history the J4 brand and the birthplace of William Penn Adair Rogers, written in 1940.
Cowboy hats are much more than a piece of apparel.
Noted as the biggest queen contest in the Western world, the Miss Rodeo America Pageant of 1973 title went to a 19-year-old Pam (Martin) Minick.