Rodeo Articles

Buckaroo Buys: Pistols & Petticoats Millinery

February 16, 2019
Savanna Simmons

I crossed paths with Melanie Anseth a few years ago when we acquired one of her and her husband’s horses. She has been on my radar ever since as the enigmatic, bright woman she is, and I’ve been even more intrigued to see what she can get done with hats. If you’re in need of […]


Winter Equine Trip To Arizona: What’s It Really Like?

February 11, 2019
Jolyn Young

The lure of warm weather, frost-free mornings and dozens of arenas within easy driving distance draws many northern-dwelling horsemen and -women to southern Arizona each winter. Lifelong barrel racer and icy Klamath Falls, Oregon resident Lyndsey Pearce and her fiancé, Lee Felder, recently loaded up four horses and headed south to partake in some of […]


Big Sky Ranch Rodeo Benefit and Scholarship Fund Roping

February 8, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

When someone is in need, you can count on the cowboy community to show up in support. Such is the case at the Big Sky Ranch Rodeo Benefit and Scholarship Fund Roping that was held in Miles City, Montana on January 19th! The roping was already full with pre-entries weeks in advance. Spectators joined the fun […]


Art of the Cowgirl Presenter: Kelli Neubert

February 6, 2019
Jolyn Young

Accomplished professional horsewoman Kelli Neubert will travel to Phoenix, Arizona this week to participate in the Art of the Cowgirl on February 8-10. This unique event features talented Western women in a trade show, ranch rodeo, concert, and horse sale. Kelli will consign a horse in the sale, compete in the ranch rodeo, and start […]


Buckaroo Buys: Wild Lace Beadwork and Leatherwork

January 31, 2019
Savanna Simmons

Handbags have always been an object of affection within fashion, and Lacey Swayne’s handmade handbags have become sought after in the western fashion world. She grew up in small town Gordon, Nebraska, where she still lives and works as an Ag Loan Officer at First National Bank. After graduating from Chadron State College, she purchased […]


Barrel Horse On the Loose Q&A

January 24, 2019
Savanna Simmons

Yesterday bore witness to the cowboy corner of the internet watching a video of a barrel horse that got loose at the Ft. Worth Stock Show and Rodeo and ran a nearly-clean barrel pattern all on her own, with one small, understandable slip-up at barrel two. Whenever I see something like this, I feel like […]


Art Of The Cowgirl

January 18, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

ART OF THE COWGIRL 2019 encompasses the art, heart and soul of cowgirls in ways artists are drawn to emulate.  Then — in miraculously wonderful ways, because of funds generated through ART OF THE COWGIRL —  doors open for them to fulfill those longings! Their inspiration can be rewarded and enabled through Fellowship Programs those funds […]


70th Annual SDQHA Banquet and Meeting


January 2, 2019
Savanna Simmons

For the second year, South Dakota Quarter Horse Association will be honoring breeders within Mount Rushmore State for their great contributions to AQHA. Jim Taylor, of Huron, will be recognized as the cumulative 50-year breeder, Bob and Karen Meyer, of Glad Valley will be honored as the producer of the year, and the horse of […]


Art of the Cowgirl with Coupon Code

December 31, 2018
Savanna Simmons

A unique event is in the works in Phoenix, Arizona, in February that fine art-lovers, horsemanship-connoisseurs, avid- or hopeful-craftsman, and cowboys, cowgirls, and ranchers can’t miss. Art of the Cowgirl, slated for Feb. 8 to 10 at Corona Ranch, is designed by Tammy Pate. The idea stemmed from Tammy’s own quest for knowledge and experience […]


Diamonds In The Desert Horse Sale Recap

December 29, 2018
Tiffany Schwenke

Diamonds in the Desert Inaugural Performance Horse Sale sets the bar high and already has horse people excited about next year’s sale! The sale was held December 13 at Plaza Hotel & Casino in the showroom. 68 horses were sold. Here is the recap told by Codi Gines. The number of buyers at the Meet […]


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