“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”
It’s an old philosophical saying usually credited to Winston S. Churchill. However a number of others, including Ronald Reagan, have sometimes been attributed for the comment because of their personal agreeing belief. Continue reading →
“Sore legs no horse.” That may not be completely accurate, but most likely horses with the best legs will be race winners.
“Entire horse health is essential, but all things considered sound legs are most important for running. I do everything in my power to take care of my horses’ legs,” said Tami Purcell Burklund. Continue reading →
She’s wearing the official crown and more eager than ever to tell rodeo’s great story throughout the state.
While Emma Losh was selected Miss Teen Rodeo Kansas 2019 last year, recent coronation ceremonies officially put her to work. Continue reading →
“There’s nothing better for a boy then his own new horse.”
Conner Davis is certainly living proof. Continue reading →
It’s impossible to keep a good cowboy off his horse.
World renowned Quarter Horse breeder, horseman, always first a cowboy Duane Walker is the living proof. Continue reading →
It’s rodeo time and the home team is ready for all comers.
That’s the annual Kansas State University College Rodeo with the KSU Rodeo Team looking for action. Continue reading →
Professional rodeo bareback bronc riding is generally considered a young cowboy’s sport.
Jared Keylon at 34-years-old would by some standards be considered nearly middle-aged, certainly not a kid anymore. Continue reading →
Yearend awards presentations highlighted the recent annual meeting banquet of the Blackjack Saddle Club at Leonardville.
Trophy buckles went to the 2018 highpoint winner and runner-up in each age division for both performance and speed events. Points were accumulated at Blackjack Horse Shows sponsored by the club throughout the past year. Continue reading →
A crowd of nearly 350 rodeo royalty fans gathered for the official Miss Rodeo Kansas Coronation at Abilene.
Certainly, the evening was a most royal affair. Highlight of course was 2018 Miss Rodeo Kansas Mikhayla DeMott formally crowning 2019 Miss Rodeo Kansas Brooke Wallace (MRK ’19). Continue reading →
Lots of miles and nearly as many horses under his tutorship since Spud grew up north of Manhattan.
While horses may have been his favorite, every critter on the family farm caught his attention. Continue reading →