A visit with Chuck Stormes

Written by Eclectic Horseman Chuck Stormes: Saddlemaker and President of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association EH: What was the inspiration for starting the TCAA? CS: The idea has been around for twenty years or more. I remember discussing it occasionally in the eighties with other craftsmen and artists. When Joe Beeler helped with the Trappings […]

Cowboy John

Ol’ Joe jumped up in the gooseneck With Dunny, side by side Even the horses seemed fired up To take this little ride We were goin’ to see a man My pard had heard about He’d heard he could get one goin’ Without a jerk or shout When come to caballo relations, We’d take what […]

Dance Class 101 with Buck Brannaman

Story and photos by Emily Kitching,  This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.2 The analogy of the dance is one that is commonly used to describe the movement in partnership and rhythm between horse and rider. It is an ideal that is worth trying to achieve because it connotes beauty, good timing and […]

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