Dedication to horses since childhood with equine activities planned for a lifetime are ingredients for a horse show queen.
Perfectly fitting the criteria, Kairi Quinn, Spring Hill, was crowned the Kansas State Horse Show Circuit KSHSC Queen at Tonganoxie. Continue reading →
The combined team of Buck Creek Ranch and Patry Ranch won the Invitational Ranch Rodeo Sunday at Council Grove.
Sponsored by the Morris County Youth Rodeo Association (MCYRA), the rodeo featured 14 adult teams from throughout the Flint Hills, said Amy Allen, rodeo secretary. Continue reading →
“Those horses as so much smarter than most people so it seems.”
That Cody, home raised gelding with owner prejudice most beautiful palomino to make Roy Rogers envious, was rambunctious today. Continue reading →
“Cockleburs can take over the farm if they are not controlled.”
The neighbor farmer made that assessment many years ago, and it is probably correct. Continue reading →
Just 45 pages, just 30 minutes, and so enjoyable if a bit difficult to decipher three-year-old Little Lu’s pronunciations.
Inspirational is “The First Adventure of Little Lu” book written like she talks learning about sin and God’s loving forgiveness. Continue reading →
“The Kansas Kid” was a member of United States’ team competing at the recent major bull riding event in Mexico.
“It was an opportunity of a lifetime I just couldn’t pass up and a truly unbelievable experience,” exclaimed Devin Hutchinson. Continue reading →
Its rodeo time this weekend at Council Grove.
The 36th annual Fall Ranch Rodeo sponsored by the Morris County Youth Rodeo Association (MCYRA) is scheduled for Sunday, October 2nd. Continue reading →
“The most beautiful flower in the sunflower state is obviously the sunflower.”
That must be true or why would the sunflower be designated the state flower of Kansas? Continue reading →
From riding a red wooden rocking horse to the divan armrest to grocery store broomsticks. All the wannabe cowboy ever wanted was a real horse.
Mom and Dad insisted there must be a place to keep one and some way to pay for it. Continue reading →
“Cowboyin’ is women’s work.”
Bobbie Hammond, Olpe, has managed as many as 25,000 acres of Flint Hills grass and 8,000 head of cattle. Continue reading →