Frank J. Buchman

Cowboy • Horseman • Writer

Renowned Rodeo Blood Runs Strong Through Generations

As Clay Center Cowboy Aspires To Be Champion Bull Rider Cowboys are like horses are like cattle. How can that be many will question? One’s a person, and the others are animals. Oh, they are closely intertwined, but yet each is entirely different, many contend.

Knowledge Of Livestock Makes Better Rodeo Bullfighter

Natural instinct from a lifetime of working with livestock makes better bullfighters. “I’ve been helping with the rodeo bulls raised by my dad and contracted for rodeos and bull riding contests ever since before I started school,” verified Ethan McDonald at Abilene.

Family Show To Highlight Bull Riding Series Championship

It’ll be a family affair for the bull riding series championship at Junction City. “Our three-month, six-performance DEL Motors Live Bull Riding competitions at Corey’s Country Corral have been so popular and successful that we’ve decided to make the Bull Riding Finals feature a full slate of activities on Saturday, Aug. 10,” announced Carl Corey […]

Bull riding this Friday evening indication of rodeo growth at K-State

Rodeo is becoming a more important part of Kansas State University. “We have the new horse facilities at the Equestrian Center on the north edge of campus for the K-State Rodeo Club and Rodeo Team members to keep their horses, which has been a real asset to our program,” insisted Adam Pack, club president and […]

Champion Cowboy Prefers Riding Bulls Instead Of Horses

“Riding horses is more dangerous than riding bulls.” That’s not true, just about everybody argues. One exception is Cooper Kanngiesser, a cowboy who rides horses, but given the druthers, he’ll mount a rodeo bull.