He’s one of the funniest cowboys in the world.
Just ask anyone who’s been to a rodeo where John Harrison has entertained.
No one can deny that when John has his grease paint on in the arena, fans go home in a better mood with a grin on their face. Continue reading →
“People and horses, we like ’em both.”
It might be obvious, but we hadn’t really thought much about such until recently.
Several times, we made the comment while giving surrey rides at a 150th anniversary church celebration. Continue reading →
Finding a needle in a haystack is almost an impossible task.
That’s about the same as locating a 900-pound steer in an 1,800-acre Flint Hills pasture.
Timber in the draws makes the job more difficult, and that’s where the cantankerous critters went when they didn’t want to follow the other 400 head that walked right into the catch pen as the cowboy drivers intended. Continue reading →
“Always say ‘Bless You’ when you hear somebody sneeze.”
That’s one of the “good living rules” suggested in a recent e-mail.
It’s a congenial sentiment many express, as a well wishing when we’re forced to “achoo.” Continue reading →
It hurts to fall off, but it’s sure exciting describing such action to those watching from the sidelines.
Troy Goodridge has rodeo lifestyle in his system whichever direction life takes.
Bleacher spectators appreciate the first hand experience style of delivery presented by Goodridge as he announces rodeos and bull ridings throughout the country. Continue reading →
They aren’t as young as they used to be, but the adrenaline is still there.
So, despite the years that have gone by since their prime days as rodeo bull riding contestants, Kim Reyer and Phil Haynes will again crawl down in the bucking chutes and nod for the gate to crack. Continue reading →