Yearend winners in the United Rodeo Association (URA) were announced by Muff McGee, URA secretary, following the URA Finals at Humansville, Missouri.
In a repeat performance, Reed Boos of White Cloud was honored as the all-around cowboy. Continue reading →
Jule Hazen of Ashland finally has a return engagement to the National Finals Rodeo (NFR).
The 39-year-old Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association steer wrestler was 14th in the 2020 regular rodeo season winning $39,730. Continue reading →
The extravaganza will go on with the 26th anniversary edition of the Wichita Farm & Ranch Show this week.
“It’s Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3-4-5, at Mulvane’s Kansas Star Casino Arena,” announced Brock Nelson of Tradexpos, show sponsor.
“We will be displaying the newest in agriculture equipment and techn Continue reading →
Growing up with a rope in hand sets the life for a champion cowboy.
“I’ve been competing in rodeos nearly all of my life and rope every day to continue getting better.” Continue reading →
“Before buying any horse, it should have a pre-purchase examination by a qualified veterinarian.”
The advice comes from Dr. Jason Miles DVM of Stone Horse Veterinary Services offering mobile equine care based out of Lawrence. Continue reading →
“Horses must be the smartest, most understanding, forgiving and patient creatures alive today.”
What an obvious conclusion seeing how no less than three dozen horses were being ridden by children ten and under. Continue reading →
Everybody even vaguely familiar with the personable promoter for all horse and equine enthusiast betterment relates to the one-word quotation. Continue reading →
“Oh how can things get any worse?”
The comment has been heard frequently over the past several months. Continue reading →
Everybody even vaguely familiar with the personable promoter for all horse and equine enthusiast betterment relates to the one-word quotation.
It is a frequent comment from Ernie Rodina in his diverse media endeavors tied together as Better Horses LLC. Continue reading →
Life in the saddle on a top horse is required to be a top hand.
Troy Higgs of the Lonesome Pine Ranch at Cedar Point makes his living on horseback looking after Flint Hills cattle. Continue reading →