It doesn’t get much better than an evening roping practice at the Tatums’ in Llano, Texas.
Voted in by rodeo fans, the paraplegic barrel racer is gearing up for The American.
Underdogs steal the show at The American, the world’s richest one-day rodeo.
Hear the story behind the 70th anniversary of the showcase event at Cal Farley's Boys Ranch, with Boys Ranch Administrator Mike Pacino.
One of the most famous, and feared, bucking bulls of all time.
Amber Crawford takes the first Western Horseman Invitational Women’s Breakaway Roping.
If this bronc ride looks wild out of the gate, just wait 'til you see how it ends!
In 1991 World Champion cowboy Lewis Feild announced his retirement.
Champion All-Around Cowboy Casey Tibbs was ready to retire from rodeo at the age of 26.
Barrel horse trainer Dena Kirkpatrick says staying as centered as possible on a horse, whether loping circles or running a pattern, helps that horse perform to its optimum level.
Richmond Champion has already earned a prestigious bareback title, won more than $1 million and qualified for his first NFR. At age 22, he’ll tell you he still has plenty more goals to tackle.
Rodeo legend honored during the Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering.
The "unrideable" bucking bull, Red Rock, was finally ridden.
It was a proud moment in the NFR press room.
On September 29, 1910, the Pendleton Round-Up had its very first "Cowboy Contest."
Chad and Jennifer Nicholson explain the mission of Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls.
Do you remember your first rodeo? Were you a child, tagging along with your parents as a spectator? Were you a participant, saddling up for the first time with the big dogs? Western Horseman has gathered information about some exciting rodeos happening in the West this year, and polled professionals in rodeo to recall their favorite memories of the Western sport.
Known as "The Duke," and one of the most premier stock contractors of the century, ProRodeo Hall of Fame stock contractor Harry Vold passed away March 13, 2017, at the age of 93.
Five-time Steer Wrestling World Champion Luke Branquinho has made a career out of tackling steers down to the dirt but it’s his love of ranching and tradition that defines him as a cowboy.