White Cloud cowboys and brothers Reed Boos and Jesse Boos claimed the yearend all-around cowboy and runner-up awards respectively.
That was climax of the United Rodeo Association (URA) when all dollars were tallied after the recent finals in Topeka. Continue reading →
Horse is the most important ingredient to be a horseshow winner, yet the rider still determines final standings.
Yearend awards of the Eastern Kansas Horseman’s Association were highlighted by recognition of the top horse and rider combinations. Continue reading →
“It was a great night.”
Devin Hutchinson was emphatic in talking about his second annual Invitational Sunflower State Chute Out bull riding competition at Burlingame. Continue reading →
“It’s an exciting job that I really enjoy doing.”
Andy Eck of Redfield is emphatic about his desire to serve as a pickup man at rodeos throughout the Midwest. Continue reading →
These cowboys and cowgirls love their country and love the sport of rodeo.
What’s more appropriate than a rodeo just for them? It’s the Professional Armed Forces Rodeo Association (PAFRA) World Championship Rodeo, 7 o’clock nightly, October 24-25-26, at Domer Arena, Stormont Vail Events Center, Topeka. Continue reading →
“The most dangerous sport participated in by man is rodeo bull riding.”
Announcers have opened the bull riding event with that describing comment at rodeos since the Western sport’s very beginning. Continue reading →
“No foot, no horse” is an old saying among horsemen.
Despite their size and strength, horses actually are notoriously fragile animals. Four slender legs and small hooves must bear the horse’s full weight of more than a thousand pounds. Continue reading →
While “the outside of a horse is good for the inside of a person,” horses can be quite hazardous animals.
People only familiar with horses from attending shows or watching them on television view horses as perfect pets. Continue reading →
Five horses in a four horse slant trailer pulls in first as passenger heads pop up from travel morning naps.
Right behind is a front-seat, back-seat filled sport utility vehicle maybe a half dozen more gazing though the windows. Continue reading →
Certain horses have earned a home for their lifetime.
Despite getting old unable to earn their keep today, a horse who’s gone above and beyond deserves special elderly care. Continue reading →