Facing Fall Webworms

November 18, 2017 0
By Jessica Crabtree  Typically, web worms receive a bad reputation for their appearance in trees, disturbing the pristine look of a yard. Through much of August and all of September, large spots of white, silken […]

48 Hours in Atoka Remembered

November 16, 2017 0
By Jan Sikes  Atoka, Okla., is a sleepy little town with a population of about 3,000 situated in the southeastern corner of the state. But what occurred on Labor Day weekend in 1975 changed it […]

Cowboy Culture

November 12, 2017 0
By Clay Reid  Anybody who knows me knows that I am a coyote hunter. Some like shooting Bambi while others like shooting wild Wilbur the pig. For me, though, I like hunting coyotes. I’ve seen […]

Dennis Gee Memorial Steer Wrestling

November 9, 2017 0
By Judy Wade 167 Mark your calendar for 10 a.m. Saturday, November 11 for the First Annual Dennis Gee Memorial Steer Wrestling at the Henrietta Cowboy Church Arena. A qualifier for the American semifinals and with […]

Equine Superstars & Everyday Heroes – King

November 8, 2017 0
By Janis Blackwell “L S Corona Winsalot” A.K.A – King Welcome to this month’s Equine Superstars and Everyday Heroes featuring Gayle Jones and her outstanding mount “L S Corona Winsalot,” whose barn name is King. […]

Haugen Horsemanship

November 6, 2017 0
By Krista Lucas  “Training through understanding” are the words Phil Haugen lives by. The professional horseman and clinician has built his training program around a solid foundation of teaching horse and rider to reach their […]

The Rocking P Ranch Welcomes Metallic Cat

November 4, 2017 0
By Corsi Martin  Perhaps one of the most pivotal transactions in equine discipline history has recently taken place in north Texas. “Metallic Cat,” 2016 NCHA Sire of the Year, lifetime earner of approximately $637,700, and […]
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