The Blackjack Saddle Club has a points show scheduled Saturday, Aug. 10, 9 o’clock, at the K-State Burtis Arena in Manhattan
Albert De La Garza, club president, said all Blackjack Saddle Club shows are open to the public. However, club members’ points are tabulated for yearend awards, with memberships available for purchase. Continue reading →
“Hello. This is Monte Selby. I have a grant to write and sing songs about Morris County. Several people suggested I talk to you. Could I come by your office and visit?”
Sure, that’ll be fine. Continue reading →
Kansas farm income is one of the hardest hit in the nation.
That’s according to David Widmar’s syndicated Agriculture Economic Insight. Continue reading →
“This is sure going to waste a lot of feed.”
After a day of rain, then five inches of snow overnight, everything was a mess. Continue reading →
It just takes 33 minutes to make an untrained horse into one that’ll ride around, even do tricks with her.
More than 100 spectators gathered to watch and listen as Scott Daily did just that at the Topeka Farm Show. Continue reading →
Ranching is romantic life from afar in colorful glamorous cattle pasture photo scenes and carefully choreographed edited movies and documentaries.
Profitably producing cattle in reality is hard work, whatever the weather hot, dry, cold blizzard, variables in between. Continue reading →
Diamond E Bucking Bulls of Savanah, Missouri, will present the Midwest Mayhem Grand Finale Bull Riding & Bull Team Series Saturday evening, Sept. 15, 6:30, at Garnett.
Sponsored by the Anderson County Fair, gates to the fairgrounds arena open at 6 o’clock, according to Ruth Pracht, fair association official. Continue reading →
Cowboys and cowgirls are becoming better riders having fun challenging their horses to be softer, more responsive, consistent, enjoyable mounts.
Rachel Zenger is an enthusiastic leader of the Kansas Cowboy Dressage Association (KCDA) with rapidly increasing membership for the equine sport. Continue reading →
This is “Holy Week” climaxed Easter Sunday celebrating Jesus Christ’s resurrection giving eternal life to all who believe in Him.
Sadly too many people have no idea Easter’s true meaning, literally often relating it only to bunnies and colored eggs. Continue reading →