If you’ve ever wondered about those sturdy leather leg coverings you see cowboys wearing, well, you’ve come to the right … Continue reading Cowboy Gear: Your Guide to Western Chaps
Jimmy Griffin is a lawyer in Houston, Texas. While admittedly not a horseman, he nonetheless promised he would attend his first horse training session recently. In his narrative, and in his words, Jimmy shares his thoughts from that day… Continue reading Miracle on Miracle
Charles Marion Russell, also known as C. M. Russell, Charlie Russell, and “Kid” Russell, was an American artist of the … Continue reading Why Charlie Russell is the Most Influential Western Artist of All Time
Every one of us that rides horses has heard the sage advice, “never tie up your horse by the reins!” … Continue reading Why the Get-Down Rope Might Be Right For You
Shortly after the Civil War, settlers began westward settlement to new lands and new opportunities, and with it, cowboys began … Continue reading A Day For Cowboys
As one of the most colorful figures of the American West, Buffalo Bill Cody is associated with the popular wild … Continue reading Who Was Buffalo Bill Cody?
The practice of branding cattle is ancient. It is, in fact, older that Jesus Christ himself. What we know of … Continue reading What You Should Know About Cattle Brands
If you’ve ever watched a western movie, no doubt you will recognize a cowboy by their ten gallon hat, the … Continue reading Is That A Wild Rag Around Your Neck, Cowboy?
If you’ve ever wondered what cowboys would eat on the open range, you’ve come to the right place. Unlike the … Continue reading What Did Cowboys Eat?
Cowboys have a lot of tools at their disposal, but certainly one of the most important tools of the trade … Continue reading Why Cowboys Ride Hancock Bred Horses