Rodeo Articles

If You Give A Boy A Rope…

August 4, 2018
Savanna Simmons

My friend Amy Potter over at Ranch Wife Revolution came up with this sweet adaptation of “If you give a boy a baseball” that really fits her family. I shared Amy’s version of If You Give A Girl a Rope… and this version is for her son, Colt. A handsome, talented fella, who is driven […]


If You Give A Girl A Rope…

July 25, 2018
Savanna Simmons

My friend Amy Potter over at Ranch Wife Revolution came up with this sweet adaptation of “If you give a boy a baseball” that really fits her family and daughter (who everyone calls Fred, but whose name is actually Carlee) quite well. This girl is ridiculously talented, like her dad, mom, and older brother (I’ll […]


Kinesiology Taping Horses with Laurel Statz

July 22, 2018
Savanna Simmons

I have been intrigued with Kinesiology taping for some time, so I reached out to my friend from Wisconsin, Laurel Statz, CVT, CEMT, CEKTP, with Spot On Ranch and Equine Bodywork. Here’s what she had to say about the history of kinesiology taping and using it to improve and heal our horses. In Laurel’s words: Kinesiology […]


Circle the Wagons: Dunkelberger Family

July 10, 2018
Savanna Simmons

Social Media platforms like Facebook has offered us the amazing ability to connect with one another. We can stay in touch with that old friend we cowboyed with in Nebraska, or let Grandma know how the kids are doing. We also can stay abreast of some tragedies and the healing of friends, as well as […]


Coffee with a Cause

July 7, 2018
Savanna Simmons

Cowboys and a coffee quite frequently go hand in hand, and I don’t know many true cowboys who drink a pot of coffee in which you can read the paper through the pot. They like it good, strong, and black; “Strong enough to float a horseshoe” even. There’s something a little different about buying coffee […]


Wyoming Cowgirl – Skye Glick

June 5, 2018
Tiffany Schwenke

Wyoming Cowgirls have to multi-task and need to know how to handle many jobs simultaneously. Wyoming Cowgirl, Skye Glick, stays plenty busy with her family, their ranching lifestyle, and a job in town. Like many ranching families, one family member sacrificing their time to a town job is often essential to provide the ever more […]


Miles City Bucking Horse Sale Celebrates 68 years


May 4, 2018
Savanna Simmons

This year is the 68th Annual World Famous Bucking Horse Sale May 17-20 in Miles City, Montana, but the event is far more than just bucking horses. Attendees can catch a Ned LeDoux and Corb Lund concert at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Tickets are available for purchase online at buckinghorsesale.com, by emailing bucking@midrivers.com, calling 406-234-2890, or […]


Bucking Horse Gal – Brittany Miller

April 29, 2018
Tiffany Schwenke

When a person thinks of a bronc rider, they generally imagine a tough looking man who looks a little rough around the edges. A beautiful young lady bronc rider like Brittany Miller is definitely a surprise behind the chutes. Having nodded her head on almost 200 head of broncs to date, I’d say Brittany Miller […]


The Tooke Legacy

April 25, 2018
Savanna Simmons

The Tooke family, of Ekalaka, Montana, has been producing quality bucking horses for more than half a century, and their hard work passed down through generations is being highlighted in a film Feek’s Vision being released at the 2018 National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. For a story about Feek’s Vision for Tri-State Livestock News, Feek’s […]


Hatch Tack

April 23, 2018
Tiffany Schwenke

Cordell and Siara Hatch, who own Hatch Tack, live and work in southern Wyoming on the TA Ranch. Hatch Tack understands the importance of quality gear for working cowboys because they, themselves are working cowboys. Hatch Tack has been very generous towards our event and for the past few years they have donated four waxed […]


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