Rodeo Articles

How to Soften a Horse’s Mind with Tom Wagoner

July 5, 2016
Wendy Greenough

It is very common among horseman to describe a horse, as one who has a soft mouth or who is soft sided. This usually means the horse is sensitive, responsive, well broke, and in-tune to the rider. What about a horse who has a “soft mind”? Have you ever thought about creating a horse that […]


An Interview with Sherry Cervi

July 3, 2016
Jenn Zeller

I’m really loving the new video series, Rodeo Sports Promotions, put out by Pro Fantasy Rodeo and K.C. Jones. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting K.C. on a few occasions, and when I lived in Texas I got to know his wife Gayle. They’re two of the nicest folks you could ever hope to know! […]


Yesterday is Gone

June 16, 2016
Jenn Zeller

“Ride the horse you throw a leg over today. Not the one you rode yesterday.” Those were the words of wisdom shared with me by my other half this past weekend as I went to get my horse ready for our last run. He’s right. Today is different. You’ve hopefully improved yourself since yesterday and […]


Kohr Quarter Horses Barrel Futurity and Derby Results

June 10, 2016
Lynn Kohr

Another Kohr Quarter Horses Futurity is in the books.  Here are the results: Zoetis Futurity 66 Entries (Round 1) 1D 1 De Ann McNamee, Colour Me Fast, 15.716, $1242.00 2 Sara Cheeney, Miss Mac N Fame, 15.978, $1117.80 3 Ashley Day, Fiery Miss West, 15.991, $931.50 4 Sue Smith, Dashs Centerfold, 16.000, $776.25 5 Lynn […]


Reining Horse Experience

May 30, 2016
By Ellie Dalton

In the reining horse world, horses and riders are expected to perform at a certain level of expertise. In the high school division, the level is adjusted appropriately. Leeway is given to the youngsters, and judges give advice after performances to encourage improvement. Everybody involved seems to be focused on helping the kids gain some […]


Nathan Urie Interview

April 4, 2016
By Ellie Dalton

It is hard to be a rodeo cowboy. It is tough to ride rough stock. It is even tougher when you only have one arm. I had the chance to watch Nathan Urie at the Icebreaker Rodeo in Ogden, Utah last month. He competed in saddle bronc riding and team roping during the three day […]


Kohr Quarter Horses Barrel Futurity 2016

February 17, 2016
Lynn Kohr

May 27-29th, 2016, Gillette WY is the 9th Annual Kohr Quarter Horse/Zoetis Barrel Futurity, Formula 707 Derby/Maturity, Thars’ 2D Pole Futurity and Open 3D Poles, Barrel Racing Report Open 4D and Northern Hills Homesand RV/Silver Nails Youth barrel races. $25,000 added event! Jessie Jaymes Silversmith trophy buckles and spurs, Classic Equine Awards, Lexi Bath custom leatherworks awards to […]


Shoeing Horses for Winter Conditions

February 2, 2016
Lynn Kohr

Snow balling up in horses’ feet is a treacherous and common situation in snowy winter conditions. Even barefoot horses have serious snow balling in their feet, often turning to hard ice balls. But what does one use when there is a need for shoeing horses? Forever barefoot was the way to go in these wintery conditions. […]


Featured Horse for Sale

January 22, 2016
Sales Staff

Our new featured horse for sale is Tangys Classy Remedy. He is an AQHA 2002 grandson of Peppy San Badger and out of a daughter of Doc’s Remedy. He is a seasoned winner in the poles and barrels. A consistent pole winner running low 20’s and 19’s, inside or outside no matter the conditions: mud, […]


PRCA Rodeo Standings

January 20, 2016
Maria Tibbetts

Unofficial PRCA Standings as of Monday, January 11, 2016 Bareback Riding 1. George Gillespie IV, Hamilton, Mont. $7,187 2. J.R. Vezain, Cowley, Wyo. 6,215 3. Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn. 5,375 4. Evan Jayne, Marseille, France 4,908 5. Buck Lunak, Cut Bank, Mont. 3,518 6. Blade Elliott, Livingston, Ala. 3,436 7. Grant Denny, Minden, Nev. […]