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 →
“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 →
“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 →
New foals are now trailing their mothers in lush pastures throughout the Midwest.
Still, economic turndown has reduced the number of horses produced annually compared to peak times four decades ago. Continue reading →
“Virtual horse shows are becoming as perfect a substitute as possible to continue competing in the show ring this spring.”
The coronavirus health concerns and stay-at-home government mandates have heavily impacted horse shows. Continue reading →
Wild horses living in natural habitat or confined to public holding facilities continue a highly controversial issue.
Discussions have become more heated with the coronavirus imposed health and economy shutdown. Continue reading →
“The wild mustangs are lonely all cooped up in manmade captivity.”
Government stay-at-home orders and social distancing due to coronavirus COVID-19 have long term mustang holding facilities closed to the public. Continue reading →
“Strongest faith encompassed in contagious enthusiasm for the cowboy way of life to be heartfelt embedded into his beloved family.”
Albert De La Garza grew up a cowboy, now living his lifelong dream. Only to be surpassed by loving adoration of his wife, three children and the Lord Jesus Christ. Continue reading →