• Win Dinner With Amber Marshall

    Sometime in the spring of 2013, we undertook an ambitious endeavour and focused our editorial attention to the ernest task of finding 25 youth under the age of 25, who, in a nutshell, embodied and rang true to a modern Code of the West. We wanted young people who embraced independence, a love of the […]

  • Earl Bascom Honored On National Cowboy Day

    Earl Bascom Honored On National Cowboy Day

    The name of an old time Canadian cowboy has been placed into the national spotlight. Out of the many great cowboys and cowgirls from across America, the cowboy artist and rodeo champion Earl Bascom was chosen to be honored as part of the National Day of the Cowboy celebration. The National Day of the Cowboy […]

  • Canada’s Greatest Western Town: The Winner!

    The votes have been tallied and Canada’s Greatest Western Town Contest has reached a fitting end (see the entire bracket of towns here), with Old Cowtown . .  aka. . . Maple Creek, Saskatchewan the final winner! As it happens Wee and I passed through Maple Creek just a few weeks ago. Along with these two. […]

  • Jonathan Field Giveaway

    We seem to be contest-crazy lately, and this latest is a fabulous once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! And, if you’re a fan of Jonathan Field (and who isn’t?) and Recovery EQ, this is one contest practically tailor-made for you. Whether our horses are our teammates, our best friends, or part of the family, we take the necessary steps to make sure they […]

  • Canada’s Greatest Western Town: Final Two!

    Canada’s Greatest Western Town: Final Two!

    Here we are – the final two! Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, also known as the Old Cowboy Town faces off against Ponoka, Alberta, a town rich in rodeo and western heritage. The Final Two round is now underway with only two days to cast your votes and round up a posse of supporters for your town. The rules […]

  • Reader Survey – July/August

    We would love to get your feedback on our July/August issue. To thank you for your time, we are offering a pair of Professionals Choice splint boots as a prize – we’ll randomly draw one winner from all the responses received. The survey closes after a definitive number of responses so don’t delay. It won’t take […]

  • July/August Sneak Peek

    July/August Sneak Peek

    This issue is about to hit the stands. Here’s a sneak peak of what you’re about to receive in your mailbox. (If you’re not a subscriber, you’re really missing out – subscribe here, and in the meantime look for it on your local newsstand. Our cover. Brought together by our own Dainya Sapergia, art direction by Kendra Roberts […]

  • Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake

    A couple of years ago, I purchased a rhubarb plant. I set it temporarily by the compost pile, while I deliberated where to plant it. It was spring. It rained for a long time. Spring turned into summer. Horses, shows and other priorities prevailed. When autumn rolled around, I guiltily pushed the dried up stalk, still in its […]

  • Canada’s Greatest Western Town

    Canada’s Greatest Western Town

    Our idea of West much less geographical, than it is a mindset. No matter where we live in this country it is about a life that is engaged with western culture – appreciative and honoring the land, from the cowboy tradition to current views. It’s modern, but respectful and mindful of tradition and history. It’s […]