Barrel Racing with the Bowles

June 19, 2021 0
By Krista Lucas Wynn Mother’s Day has come and gone, but for Kylie Bowles every day is special. The Era, Texas high school math teacher is living her dream of a successful barrel racing career, […]

A Barrel Racer’s Benefit

May 17, 2021 0
By Krista Lucas The rodeo family is always one to step up when someone is in need, especially one of their own. This includes barrel racers, and recently one of North Texas’ own experienced the […]

Reading to Horses

April 22, 2021 0
By Krista Lucas Wynn A good horse can be used for more than work, sport and recreational riding. It can even offer emotional support and be a best friend. Recently, one North Carolina woman has […]

Eyes on the Future

April 5, 2021 0
By Phillip Kitts In a recent conversation with some folks outside of the rodeo industry the talks lead to a rather heated debate over how much the political climate in America can influence western sports. […]

Rookie Dreams

March 17, 2021 0
By Krista Lucas Wynn Each year at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo one individual from each event is crowned the rookie of the year. This is the cowboy or cowgirl who won the most money […]

The Heart of Texas

February 22, 2021 0
By Krista Lucas Wynn The New Year kicked off with the Ram Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo in Waco, Texas. This event was a welcomed sight for cowboys and cowgirls, after all of the uncertainty that […]

Young Riders Vie for World Title

January 19, 2021 0
By Phillip Kitts The year 2020 showed Texas to be a mecca for rodeo action. With the ongoing pandemic and the world continuing to stay at a standstill, the questions came rushing about where rodeo […]

Imus in the Arena

January 17, 2021 0
By Krista Lucas Wynn Rodeo is a sport unlike any other, and Wyatt Imus is a cowboy unlike any other. The 22-year-old, who was primarily raised in New York City, is in his second year […]
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