Miss Rodeo Kansas 2019 Brooke Wallace has been riding horses to help fight and increase awareness of breast cancer.
“A challenge issued to state queens by the Miss Rodeo America Scholarship Foundation, the 50 Pink Horses Challenge is two-fold,” Brooke said. Continue reading →
The pressure’s on for top cowboys and cowgirls competing in the United Rodeo Association (URA).
“Top 15 contestants in each of the nine sanctioned events throughout the past year will compete in the URA Finals this weekend,” according to Muff McGee, longtime URA secretary. Continue reading →
Top riders in the Eastern Kansas Horseman’s Association (EKHA) were recognized at the recent 2018 year end awards banquet in Salina.
Horses are the essential ingredient in horse show successes although handler’s horsemanship abilities are just as vital for a winning team. Continue reading →
Fun with horses and horse friends has been planned by the Blackjack Saddle Club.
“We’re hosting a Costume & Fun Show Sunday, Oct. 28, at Cico Park in Manhattan,” announced Justine Staten, president of the horse group. Continue reading →
“The World Championship Rodeo is coming to Topeka.”
To many it’ll be even more significant than the renowned National Finals Rodeo at Las Vegas later in the year. Continue reading →
“An explosion is set for Baldwin City.”
However, it’ll be in a good sense of the word as the Douglas County community’s population swells, seemingly almost like there’s been a detonation. Continue reading →
No shortage of professional competition at the recent Kansas Championship Ranch Rodeo in Medicine Lodge.
The rodeo again featured true lifelike events which working cowboys and cowgirls do every day in their chosen profession. Continue reading →
Final point show of the year for the Blackjack Saddle Club has been rescheduled for Sunday, Oct. 21, 9 o’clock, at Cico Park Wells Arena in Manhattan, according to Justine Staten, club president.
While all shows are open to the public, club members’ points are tabulated for yearend awards. Continue reading →
Mud and rain sure deterred the dust, but no reservation of ferocity in competition.
Actually, arena and weather conditions seemed to enhance desires of teams at the Morris County Fall Invitational Ranch Rodeo. Continue reading →
Whoever has been through or even just visited the Animal Sciences and Industry Department (ASI) at Kansas State University become friends.
Those acquaintances made in Weber Hall and livestock learning facilities on the north edge of the Manhattan campus become family. Continue reading →