During the Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering, the Cowtown Coliseum offers non-stop horse action with a a ranch rodeo, stock-dog trial, and an invitational team roping.
Fall is an ideal time to perform important veterinary, nutrition, forage, and pasture to-dos to help keep your horse healthy and sound. Our fall-health checklist is here to help.
Awareness in these five areas will keep you and your horse safe on the trail.
Become a strong advocate for keeping your favorite trails open for riding with these expert strategies.
This basic cattle training, which introduces and desensitizes your horse to cows, is as important for trail mounts as it is for future cattle-event competitors.
Careful scrutiny of your horse’s facial expression can help tell you whether he’s hurting.
Your body position is key to staying safe and getting your horse’s feet unstuck and moving forward.
Modern biosecurity methods will help keep your horse safe from infection at home or on the road.
Madison Shambaugh helps horses and humans improve their communication—lessons she’s learned from her mustangs.
Laurel Denton shares her collection of branding irons.