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Featured Horse: Twombly Horse Sale – July 25th

July 15, 2015
Sales Staff

Twombly Performance Horse Sale July 24th & 25th Held During the World Famous Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo – Cheyenne, Wyoming SEE THESE THREE AMAZING HORSES: Tangled: 4 YO Palomino Mare (Lot 8) Tangled is drop dead gorgeous! Super gentle and easy going. She will spin and slide and has been started on a cow and […]


Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale Results

July 3, 2015
Jessie Salter

If you find yourself in the market for a great horse I suggest you travel to the beautiful Black Hills of Newcastle, Wyoming.  You’ll find one of the most prestigeous performance horse sales in the Tri-State area. The Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale is a rather new collaboration, but don’t let that fool […]


Featured Horse: 2013 Filly Caseys Golden Charm

June 8, 2015
Sales Staff

2013 Filly ​Caseys Golden Charm. By Fabulous Golden Jet  and out of a​ ​daughter of Bozo’s Mom, Caseys Charm!! View her pedigree here. Tom Wagoner, Feet First Horsemanship, has halter broke her and she has lots of ground work under her belt. Caseys Golden Charm is eligible for the 5 States Barrel Futurity, Colorado Futurity […]


Joe Hancock: How the Legend Began

June 4, 2015
Jan Swan Wood

The Hancock line of horses is one of the lines that have had a huge impact on using horses for nearly a century. People either love them or hate them, and they aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, so to speak. But, they are sure stout, tough, sound horses and they’ll be around for a long […]


Saddle Pads

May 22, 2015
Lynn Kohr

Saddle pads, are a great cushion between our horse and our saddle. There are so many choices and where exactly should they be positioned on our horses’ backs? Even with all of the choices available I find myself using wool pads and using ones that have a contour built into them (much like the shape […]


HORSE PASTURE BASEBALL

May 17, 2015
Jan Swan Wood

Many years ago, when our kids were pretty young, we hosted a shindig at the ranch where we worked. We had lots of folks and food, we sat around in the shade, visited and played guitars and had a generally great afternoon. There was quite a herd of kids, so they decided to have a […]


Hat Training

May 12, 2015
Rachel Larsen

I’m blessed with an abundance of hair, rapidly going gray, but that is a story for another time. All this hair makes wearing a cowboy hat a constant struggle for me. The hair and the fact I feel like I am in costume while wearing a hat, mean I seldom wear one. If I am […]


Dads, Sons, Men

May 7, 2015
Wendel Elliott

When it comes to being a dad and raising sons, we can sometimes feel like we aren’t hitting the mark. Every Dad can help their son become a man by instilling these character traits into their sons lives. However, keep in mind your example as well. Are you striving to live this kind of life […]


Horse Pasture Management Blog 2

May 3, 2015
Leigh Kelley

Picture taken April 2015   If you live and own livestock or grazing animals in the Northwest than you will probably be able to relate to the desire for a slightly longer growing season. Imagine residual grass as your large scale range greenhouse for proper horse pasture management. Let that sink in for a moment. […]


Look to TSLN for Your Next Stallion

April 28, 2015
Jessie Salter

Spring is here! Are you thinking of a special stallion to breed to your favorite mare? It can be overwhelming, but with help from our sister company, Tri-State Livestock News, we have some great options for you to choose from. The Tri-State Livestock News is a premiere agriculture print publication. It’s true when they say […]