All he really ever wanted to be was an auctioneer.
Wayne Wischropp of Lyndon followed his early farm kid intuitive into professional life and is one of the best in the business. Continue reading →
Retirement from adjudicating horse shows becomes official this week.
Every three years since 1992, the first week in February has been at the International Equine Judges Seminar. Continue reading →
“Wow, that’s what I want to do.”
Such was the inspiration nearly six decades ago when the little sparkling-eyed farm boy watched through the kitchen door window as his dad and grandad on horseback rounded up cattle into the barnyard. Continue reading →
“Getting old is not so bad after all.”
Some quickly respond, “It sure beats the alternative.” Continue reading →
A most festive occasion it was a banquet room applauding the best of their own.
Certainly an enthusiastic crowd as 100 hat-adorned cowboys and cowgirls gathered for the Ottawa affair kicked off with steak supper serenaded by cowboy singer Rusty Rierson. Continue reading →
“Horses are meant to run in the pasture.”
That’s when they’re not working for their keep under saddle or harness. Continue reading →
Some mares get their hay bales for raising foals.
Most mares are used for riding first and become mommas later in life. Continue reading →