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 →
Kansas cowboys are as taken back by the coronavirus as the rest of the world.
Yet Tanner Brunner, professional steer wrestler from Ramona in Marion County, is back on the trail tougher than ever. Continue reading →
Horses can be especially therapeutic in today’s distressed world environment.
Yet, efforts to help others realize such positives have taken a harsh wrong turn for one Black horseman. Continue reading →
Wild and Western action is set for the Santa Fe Trail Ranch Rodeo, Friday and Saturday evenings, July 10-11.
At the arena east of Council Grove just off Highway 56, working ranch cowboys from throughout the Midwest will be in competition. Continue reading →
Second point show of the year for the Black Jack Saddle Club has been announced by Albert De La Garza, president.
After having been canceled earlier the show is scheduled Saturday morning, July 11, in Manhattan’s Cico Park at 9 o’clock. Continue reading →
“I love my job. I love everything about being a rodeo pickup man.”
Rex Bugbee’s excitement for his most essential profession in the rodeo arena shines through his voice. Continue reading →
Soundness of horses ridden by U.S. Cavalry Soldiers has been of utmost importance since its formation about 244 years ago.
Proper shoeing of Cavalry mounts helps ensure efficient action whatever the maneuver for horses and soldiers. Continue reading →
Second point show of the year for the BlackJack Saddle Club has been announced by Albert De La Garza, president.
The show is scheduled Saturday morning, June 27, at Cico Park in Manhattan starting at 9 o’clock. Continue reading →
“Ooops. There’s the other phone ringing. I better take it. I’ll call you back when I get done.”
Gayle Larson’s response was a typical busy day at the Diamond L Ranch. Continue reading →
“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”
The often repeated quote is generally true. Continue reading →