Harry Whitney Intensive Horsemanship Clinic

For more on Harry Whitney and his clinic schedule visit: www.HarryWhitney.com.   This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No. 83 “Go!”Harry Whitney encouraged the horse. “Okay, going,” the horse replied. Screech! went the brakes to the horse’s surprise; then a few backwards steps; then a moment with the clutch pushed in as Harry and the […]

Buck Brannaman Pro-Am Vaquero Roping 2014 Follow-Up

“We hit our target,” says Buck Brannaman. “We told everybody it was going to be the world’s richest ranch roping and we pulled it off.” The 2nd Annual Wrangler Buck Brannaman Pro-Am Vaquero Roping was held October 24, 25 & 26, 2014, at the Santa Ynez Valley Equestrian Center in Santa Ynez, California. Buck came […]

Jay’s Saddles with Saddlemaker Ron Butler

Editor’s Note: In issues 72, 73 and 75 the late Jay Harney spoke with Tom Moates,  looking back over his life in the saddle, sharing his history and experiences. The following is a related piece in which saddle maker Ron Butler discusses the saddles he made for Jay.   “I met Jay over 30 years […]

Dave Munsick – Songwriter at Heart

“I’m a songwriter at heart, through-and-through,” says Dave Munsick. One need only glance at the body of work Dave has produced to realize he’s not just a prolific songwriter but an equally accomplished musician as well, recording his own songs to the tune of five long-player CDs. Dave’s music is deeply rooted, as he states […]

Adrian Buckaroo Girl

“We’re a small genre, out there in the cowboy genre right now,” says singer/songwriter Adrian “Buckaroogirl” Brannan. “But we’re also a very much needed genre of music because we’re telling about a culture and a way of life that is definitely under attack in today’s world.” Adrian’s songs spring from her lively spirit and personal […]

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