It took cowboys 10 minutes to corral and saddle the cantankerous animal that cowgirl Peggy Warren was to ride. The horse reared and bucked, kicked and plunged, and fought against the harness. When Peggy finally climbed onto his back and raced out of the chute, the horse threw himself backwards in a vicious lunge. In a masterful display of grit and determination, Peggy held on and stayed in the saddle despite the horse’s extraordinary exhibition of bucking. It was that kind of bold riding that earned Peggy the reputation for being one of the most daring equestrians of the West.
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AN EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE RANCH COMMUNITY JUST MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA AND THE PACIFIC OCEAN IS THE IDYLLIC SETTING FOR THIS HACIENDA-STYLE HOME THAT EMBODIES A CHARMING STORY AND LIFESTYLE.
The art of a true cowgirl
ART OF THE COWGIRL FOUNDER TAMMY PATE HAS MANIFESTED A REALITY FOR ANYONE WHO HAS EVER DREAMED OF LIVING A COWGIRL’S LIFE.
Harnessing the heritage of Fort Worth, the legendary horse and mule barns of Mule Alley have re-emerged as a beautifully restored destination within the Stockyards.
History of Ranch Rodeo
A working cowboy’s event, the modern-day version of a rodeo is vastly different from its predecessor, the traditional ranch rodeo. Instead of the glamorous and sometime theatrical performances of today’s professional rodeos, ranch rodeos remain dedicated to the skill and determination necessary to work a ranch. From their grass-roots evolution in the 19th century to the thousands of annual events today, ranch rodeos connect generations of cowboys and cowgirls across the country.
Twenty nine-year-old Florence LaDue laid on her back in the middle of a rodeo arena in Alberta, Canada, twirling a lasso. It was July 1910 and the crowd in the stands watching her work were cheering and whistling. The trick the petite cowgirl was preparing to do was to throw a wide loop over a rider and his horse as they galloped by.
ERIN BAAYEN OWNER/CEO RUSTY BROWN JEWELRY
ALL WOMEN'S RANCH RODEO
UNPARALLELED EQUINE ATHLETICISM, SUPREME COW-HANDLING EXPERTISE, AND INCOMPARABLE HORSEMANSHIP CULMINATE IN ART OF THE COWGIRL’S ALL WOMEN RANCH RODEO PRESENTED BY COWGIRL MAGAZINE.
THE INTIMITABLE WORKING COW DOG
A good cow dog can do the work of half a dozen good cowgirls. They show up to work every morning, are always on time, and never grumble when the labor is too hard.
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Professional bronc rider Kitty Canutt grabbed a stick of wood lying next to a horse stall at the rodeo grounds in Spokane, Washington, and smacked champion relay racer, Donna Card, in the mouth with it. The incident occurred in early September 1918 and was the start of a feud between the cowgirls that would continue until their passing.
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Coping with COVID
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