Women Of The WSRRA – Sarah Urbick

Feb 21
Tiffany Schwenke

The Story of Tuff: Part 1

Feb 19
Savanna Simmons

Winter Olympics For Equestrians

Feb 17
Jolyn Young

Wyoming Cowgirls Part 4

Feb 16
Tiffany Schwenke

Recent Posts

Women Of The WSRRA – Sarah Urbick

February 21, 2018
Tiffany Schwenke

The Western States Ranch Rodeo Association (WSRRA) has been escalating in popularity each year with cowboys and cowgirls alike. The founder of this ranch rodeo association is Marc Page. His lovely girlfriend Sarah Urbick is always working behind the scenes helping the association develop and grow. Sarah does the paperwork that no one else wants […]


The Story of Tuff: Part 1

February 19, 2018
Savanna Simmons

I’ve told you about our horse Chavez, and I’d like to tell you about one other horse that compares to none other, Tuffy’s Connection. Tuff has been mine since 2006 and in my family since 2005. My brother started him in the winter, and took him out west for a summer to cowboy on him […]


Winter Olympics For Equestrians

February 17, 2018
Jolyn Young

The official Olympic equestrian sports take place during the summer, and for good reason: It’s cold. The winter Olympic Games are reserved for athletes who enjoy icy speed, aerial flips, and frozen nose hair. But, if there were winter Olympics for western equestrians and ranch-minded folks, here are a few of the sports: Downhill skiing: […]


Wyoming Cowgirls Part 4

February 16, 2018
Tiffany Schwenke

As explained in the beginning of this Wyoming Cowgirls series, Wyoming is known own both as the Equality State and the Cowboy State, so it stands to reason that there are some amazing Wyoming Cowgirls out working with the men and taking care of their family and business like a lady boss. The Wyoming Cowgirl series […]


Leg Cues: Open the Door

February 14, 2018
Savanna Simmons

This is important enough when you’re working on using those leg cues/buttons that I last talked about that I’m going to take a whole post to say this: open the door. Get your spur out of your horse’s way. Don’t accidentally ask for two cues at once, especially if your horse is just learning these. […]