Roping with Catfish

May 18, 2020 0

By Krista Lucas Texas is known to produce some of the greatest timed event contestants, and north Texas specifically is home to one cowboy who is quickly moving up in the professional ranks. Catfish Brown, […]

Rodeo Feels the Effects of CO VID-19

May 4, 2020 0

By Phillip Kitts By this time everyone in the world is aware of the serious situation that has evolved with the emergence of COcoVID-19. The fact is you do not have to go very far […]

Core Vaccines Every Horse Needs

April 28, 2020 0

By Garrett Metcalf, DVM There are many dreadful diseases that horses can contract through various insect vectors, ticks, wildlife and even wounds that are rather easy to prevent with routine core vaccinations. Oklahoma has just […]

The Work of an Insider

April 18, 2020 0

By Krista Lucas It takes a special person to create something people from every walk of life can enjoy. John Langmore did exactly that in the 1922 film “Cowboys: A Documentary Portrait.” Only the work […]

Five Countries Compete at Global Cup

April 13, 2020 0

The Professional Bull Riders has risen to a whole new level of competition in the last few years. With this growth the bull riding scene has developed into an international competition that continues to grow […]

College Cowgirl

March 12, 2020 0

By Krista Lucas The 2019 United Professional Rodeo Association finals saw a Kansas cowgirl, who is not only a hand with a rope and a horse but also one in the classroom, dominate the women’s […]

Foal Joint Ill

March 8, 2020 0

By Garrett Metcalf, DVM Foal season is upon us and it is expected to have sick foals. A common problem newborn and young foals experience is joint ill caused by a variety of reasons. A […]

Winter Rodeo Heats Up

March 2, 2020 0

By Phillip Kitts With the colder months arriving, the top-level rodeo athletes are focused on big checks. When the air is cold, the places that can entertain rodeos are limited so during January, February, March […]

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