“I’m currently in Tulsa putting on the Paint Horse Congress, but I will try to touch base with you later.”
Serving as president of the American Paint Horse Association (APHA) keeps an Abilene horseman even busier on top of personal horse endeavors. Continue reading →
“What’s right, what’s wrong, what’s true, what’s false, who can one believe, who should always be doubted?”
Never in this lifetime, possibly never in all time, have there been so many queries go through the mind. Continue reading →
“I’ve just been cleaning stalls, grooming, feeding and watering horses.”
Sounds like work to some, but not Jan Miller. Continue reading →
A youth rodeo is planned Saturday evening, Aug. 1, at 6 o’clock, in the Morris County Rodeo Arena east of Council Grove.
Sponsored by the Morris County Youth Rodeo Association, divisions are planned for juniors, eight and under; intermediate, nine to 13; and seniors, 14 to 19. Continue reading →
“Be in my yard with your saddle and bridle Friday morning at 4:30.”
Ranch manager ordered the old wannabe who’d shyly requested to help gather a couple double stocked pastures. Continue reading →
Words are inadequate to sufficiently appreciate the immaculate beauty, complexity, horsiness, even Godliness of the 2UW Brush Creek Ranch.
Perhaps Mary Ubel’s commentary gives inkling: “If God created anything more beautiful than a horse he kept it for himself.” Continue reading →
“There have been more cancellations in the past several months than all of history combined.”
While that might not be a true statement, it actually could be and definitely seems that way. Continue reading →
Like much of the world health and political issues, VSV in horses is a seemingly hourly changing dilemma.
Vesicular stomatitis virus already recognized by horse owners and much of the population as VSV is spreading throughout the Midwest. Continue reading →
“We’re still going to have a carnival but no other special entertainment for the fair.”
A county fair promotions lady commented about their plans when contacting her for advertising as in the past. Continue reading →