Rodeo Articles

The Barbie Horse, Hollywood

September 21, 2020
Ruth Nicolaus

Tomas Garcilazo and his wife Justine and son Louis travel the nation as the specialty act at over 120 rodeo performances and equine events a year. Tomas does the La Charreria, the traditional art of Mexican cowboying, horsemanship and rope work. But the real star of their show is Hollywood, their palomino stallion, whose registered […]


NFR Bound, Kiss and Shelley Morgan

August 26, 2020
Ruth Nicolaus

The number six barrel racer in the world is aboard a special horse. Shelley Morgan rides “Kiss,” a six-year-old sorrel mare whose registered name is HR Fameskissandtell, and who is all woman. Shelley’s had great horses before, such as one named Short Go, who she rode at the 2009 National Finals Rodeo. And she knew […]


Cowboy Christmas, COVID-19 Style

July 22, 2020
Ruth Nicolaus

It wasn’t a typical Cowboy Christmas for any cowboy on the rodeo trail this Fourth of July, and it sure wasn’t normal for bulldogger Bridger Anderson, either. With fewer pro rodeos to compete at, due to the coronavirus, Anderson and his traveling buddies’ schedule was a little slower. Over this year’s Cowboy Christmas, Anderson competed […]


Quick Jalapeno Poppers

June 25, 2020
Jessie Salter

You’ll love this recipe for quick jalapeno poppers. If you are like us in the spring and summer, the long daylight hours and comfortable weather keep us away from the house all day. Often I look at my watch and Oh No! Dinner time!  This evening we decided to go with these quick appetizers, and […]


Rodeo Season

June 19, 2020
Jolyn Young

So far, the rodeo scene for 2020 has been pretty quiet. Due to bans on large events prompted by the spread of the new coronavirus, both pro and ranch rodeos were canceled across the nation for most of the spring run. But, restrictions on large public gatherings are now lifting and rodeos are resuming for the […]


DIY Portable Stall Fronts and Mats

June 10, 2020
Lynn Kohr

Picture this, 2000 miles from home. Your FAVORITE rodeo horse is lathered, pacing, dehydrated, NOT going to give up the panic. He is in a stall where he cannot see out, it is 100 degrees and 100% humidity. These are tough conditions for a positive outcome. Here is what we came up with!   Hang […]


Social Distancing To-Do List

April 7, 2020
Lynn Kohr

Our family is a busy family, and especially this time of year. Normally we would be attending High School Rodeos, College Rodeos, Barrel Futurities, and Ropings. However, like everyone else, we are doing our part to slow the spread of COVID-19  and sticking close to home. This is a great time for us to catch […]


Children’s Ag School Resources

March 30, 2020
Savanna Simmons

I’ve witnessed a wonderful occurrence across Facebook and the internet as schools began closing their doors: online school resources for children. Coloring pages, learning apps that usually cost, virtual zoo and park tours and lives all became available to entertain and teach our children. I’ve been doing the suggested school work with my children, but my […]


Making a Barrel Horse: From the Ground Up

January 16, 2020
Jenn Zeller

The foundation of any good horse begins on the ground, and it’s something I do with any future barrel horse. In this video, Luna (Shesa Quick Dasher) and I will show you what basic groundwork looks like. In the follow-up video I’ll show you what the ground work, looks like from the saddle on a […]


Art of the Cowgirl, World’s Greatest Horsewoman Presented By Western Horseman

December 27, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

Art of the Cowgirl, World’s Greatest Horsewoman presented by Western Horseman, has many horsewomen very excited! There were limited entry slots available and they filled up very fast! They ended up adding more available spots because of all of the interest. The names on the list prove that it really is going to be a […]


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