Partnerships are credited as a key part of the successes of professional team roping heeler Jake Long of Coffeyville.
Headed to his eighth National Finals Rodeo (NFR) at Las Vegas, December 6-15, Long insists it’s a three-way partnership. Continue reading →
The second largest indoor farm show in the United States is scheduled December 4-6 in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Spread across 9.2 acres, the 12th annual Nebraska Power Farming Show features the broadest mix of ag-related products and services in the Midwest. Continue reading →
To be a world class roper, a cowboy must rope every day.
That’s exactly what Cooper Martin of Alma has been doing in preparation for his second National Finals Rodeo (NFR) in Las Vegas, December 6-15. Continue reading →
The Christmas spirit expands even more than imaginable with 168 unique trees of the season being exhibited.
“We’re really proud of the large display of beautiful Christmas trees at the Territorial Capital Museum in Lecompton,” exclaimed Paul Bahnmaier, president of the Lecompton Historical Society. Continue reading →
“Welcome to Ed and Lurleen’s basement for Christmas entertainment.”
That’s Brenda Hastert’s official invitation to the Lecompton Community Pride Theatre Group’s annual Christmas Comedy Production. Continue reading →
Lynn Langvardt, Chapman, was named champion in the recent Western Regional Qualifying event of the 2019 World Livestock Auctioneer Championship (WLAC).
Delta Sales Yard, Delta, Colorado, hosted the second of three WLAC qualifying events October 27. Continue reading →
The Wichita Farm & Ranch Show is this week at the Kansas Star Casino Arena, 777 Kansas Star Drive in Mulvane.
“It’ll be the 24th annual edition Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8-9-10,” announced Brock Nelson of Tradexpos, show sponsor. Continue reading →
Miss Rodeo Kansas 2019 Brooke Wallace has been riding horses to help fight and increase awareness of breast cancer.
“A challenge issued to state queens by the Miss Rodeo America Scholarship Foundation, the 50 Pink Horses Challenge is two-fold,” Brooke said. Continue reading →
The pressure’s on for top cowboys and cowgirls competing in the United Rodeo Association (URA).
“Top 15 contestants in each of the nine sanctioned events throughout the past year will compete in the URA Finals this weekend,” according to Muff McGee, longtime URA secretary. Continue reading →
Top riders in the Eastern Kansas Horseman’s Association (EKHA) were recognized at the recent 2018 year end awards banquet in Salina.
Horses are the essential ingredient in horse show successes although handler’s horsemanship abilities are just as vital for a winning team. Continue reading →