BY DEANNA BUSCHERT In the March issue of the Western Horse Review, we introduced readers to this season\’s Walters Quarter Horses futurity prospects to be campaigned by the 2003 Canadian Professional Barrel Racing Champion, Raylee Edwards. Months later, tamoxifen the heat is on and the late summer sun has this competitor fighting to keep her string of …
It\’s spring, and we happen to have just the right ingredient for your riding pleasure – a new saddle pad! Please excuse the fact this photo has a decidedly autumn feel to it. When I sent Teenage out last week to photograph this pad over an old fence, I neglected to mention I desired …
Not very long ago, I had the chance to chat again with someone I haven\’t seen for a very long time. Actually, it was beginning to feel like forever. Anxiety had crept into my brain. Are you alright? It was a relief, then, when I spotted him heading my way down the Calgary Stampede Corral …
Stampede’s Centennial saddles celebrate 100 years of ridin’ high!
With seasonal change upon us, new blankets for your horses may high be on your shopping list. Here are a few considerations for spring blanket shopping.
The new Roo-Hide Brumby might just make your Christmas list lighter.
Writer Deanna Paulsen interviews western horseman and icon Les Vogt on his thoughts about the spade bit in the August issue of Western Horse Review.
EquiMats are my Never-Leave-Home-Without-Them item of the year.
A former student of Canadian craftsman Chuck Stormes, and now renowned artisan, Jeremiah Watt expresses his philosophy on western life freely.