Wyoming Cowgirl Part 5; Wendy Auzqui

Mar 17
Tiffany Schwenke

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Wyoming Cowgirl Part 5; Wendy Auzqui

March 17, 2018
Tiffany Schwenke

I love it when I go to a rodeo, a branding, or some event and I get to see Wendy Auzqui. I am always happy to see Wendy. I have always looked up to her. She can ride and rope with the best and she is always so sincere and humble. Her smile and kind […]

University of Montana Western Colt Challenge and Sale: Part 1 of 3

March 15, 2018
Mykal Kirkpatrick

“It all comes down to sale day,”  says Eric Hoffmann, professor of Natural Horsemanship at the University of Montana Western in Dillon, Montana.  As winter winds down, students enrolled in the Colt Prep and Sales class are spending the next month putting the finishing touches on their colts in preparation for the 2nd annual Colt […]

Good Manners In One Lesson

March 13, 2018
Jan Swan Wood

Years ago, I had a really outstanding gray Hancock/Bill Cody bred mare that had done every ranch job possible and done them all well. Consequently, when she reached her mid-teens, she had earned the right to raise some babies. This mare, Cody, was the boss mare on the place and second in command only to […]

Lizzy Whipple: Young Horse Breeder Finds Business Success

March 11, 2018
Jolyn Young

After college, 24-year-old Lizzy Whipple returned home to rural Scott Valley in northern California to start a horse breeding program, Whipple Equine. Through hard work, help from mentors, and the Lord’s blessings, her program is flourishing. She owns a proven stallion, Reygans Smart Lena, helps find optimal stallions for client mares, assists in the process […]

A Real Cowboy Singing Country Music – Tris Munsick

March 9, 2018
Tiffany Schwenke

There are so many country singers, but very few of them have done a real days work on ranch. In this series A Real Cowboy Singing Country Music I plan to tell you about a few who really do fit this description. I would like to start this series off about a great guy from […]