Parting Shot: A Road Less Traveled

December 31, 2020 0

By Jelly Cocanougher At an altitude that limits breathing to foreigners, atop the tundra walks a lone coyote. With a tinge of worry housed mystery in his eye and fur pushed against snow with every […]

When a City Girl Goes Country

December 24, 2020 0

By Annette Bridges I was cruising along driving my beloved red tractor while my hubby stacked hay on the trailer when I realized this month held an important occasion. Indeed, this month this year marks […]

Equine Pain Management

December 23, 2020 0

By Dr. Garrett Metcalf, DVM There are lots of painful conditions horses can experience, and some are more difficult to recognize than others. Pain is very debilitating to horses that may lead to euthanasia in […]

Run Hard and Have Fun

December 22, 2020 0

By Phillip Kitts In youth sports the atmosphere has changed a lot over the years. At the basic levels nearly all of the competitive team and individual sports have taken a deep focus on winning […]

Ranch, Rodeo and Randomness

December 21, 2020 0

By Pepper Stewart The 2020 Snaffle Bit Futurity in Fort Worth, Texas, has sure caused a stir on the Internet with a banner on the fence. The Yellowstone banner on the fence spooked most of […]

NFR Wraps Up

December 14, 2020 0

By Phillip Kitts Photo courtesy PCRA Alaina Stangle At the close of an amazing 10 days of rodeo, Arlington, Texas and Globe Field will begin to work on getting back to normal. Meanwhile 10 athletes […]

NFR Rolls into Last Night

December 14, 2020 0

By Phillip Kitts Photos courtesy PRCA/Clay Guardipee The National Finals Rodeo rolls into its last night of competition tonight. This is the night where World Titles are crowned and the rodeo year for 2020 will […]

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch…

December 13, 2020 0

By Rayford Pullen ‘Tis the season to open our hearts and homes for those we love as we inch closer to the beginning of a new year. We have all experienced new firsts this past […]

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