Alamosa Round Up Pushes Forward

October 25, 2020 0

By Phillip Kitts The stance rodeo has taken since the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to be one of strength and solidarity. With the impact of COVID-19 early in the 2020 season, the world saw a […]

Good Manners

October 23, 2020 0

By Krista Lucas The horse market has seemed to be doing well in 2020, even with all the ups and downs this year has entailed. Purchasing a horse is easier than ever, with more ways […]

Vesicular Stomatitis

October 21, 2020 0

By Dr. Garrett Metcalf, DVM There are four vesicular diseases that can cause illness in various livestock species. Some of the vesicular diseases can cause some very serious consequences to the animal and to the […]

Barrel Racer Brittany

September 27, 2020 0

By Krista Lucas Brittany Mayfield has been setting the amateur rodeo world on fire lately, battling for the number one spot in the United Professional Rodeo Association barrel racing standings. Heading into August, Mayfield sat […]

The Race is On

September 8, 2020 0

By Phillip Kitts Everyone knows how much the 2020 rodeo year has come upon its own set of challenges, and the reality is every person connected to rodeo has felt the strain over the last […]

No Time for Slowing Down

August 12, 2020 0

By Ben Hudson | TRACK Magazine Owner/Editor Five decades ago when a youthful Bobby Cox leased a small horse farm just outside of Abilene, Texas, few might have imagined the fledgling operation would evolve into […]

Kickin Cancer

August 10, 2020 0

by Krista Lucas Even in trying times, people will always come together to support a good cause. June 28, 2020, proved just that at the Kickin Cancer Benefit held at the NRS Arena in Decatur, […]

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