When a horse crazy girl marries a motorcycle riding boy, it requires some convincing that the family needs a horse.
That’s the way it was for Susie and Don Jacobs, but the Muscotah couple is now prominently recognized in horse activities. Continue reading →
“The law of averages will balance it all out.”
Reminder of that fact has recently been imprinted several times. Many insist “average” is not good enough declaring being the “best” is what matters the most. Continue reading →
Kenny Muller was and is my hero.
He was a cowboy. Continue reading →
Kenny Muller was and is my hero. He was a cowboy.
Muller was a cowboy’s cowboy. Perhaps calling one by his last name might seem disrespectful to some. Yet when the name Muller is said, most people first think of Kenny Muller, the cowboy, entirely with respect and admiration. Continue reading →
“A cowboy’s worth in life can best be measured in death.”
One of the best known cowboys in the Flint Hills and throughout the Midwest has gone to His Great Beyond. Continue reading →
“Good luck, bad luck, no luck at all are purely superstitions.”
People have wide variation in opinion about “luck” which gets blamed and credited for many things. Continue reading →
A movie star has become a working ranch horse.
Jessies Sugar Rey, better known nowadays as Yellowstone, literally made a name for himself in the television series “Yellowstone.” Continue reading →
“Don’t worry about things that you have no control over.”
As his sons were loading old hay out of the big barn loft, a most devout longtime farmer friend visited. Continue reading →
Team roping heelers from Kansas put greenbacks in their pocketbooks at the recent National Finals Rodeo (NFR) in Arlington, Texas.
Qualifiers for the 10-round Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association competition had to be in the Top 15 regular season standings. Continue reading →
No need for children or anyone to worry, cry or pout about the buck deer recently put into home freezers.
They definitely were not any members of Santa Claus’ team at the North Pole preparing for work Thursday night. Continue reading →