Fall Events at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum will be hosting several fantastic events through the end of the year!  SEPTEMBER: September 1-May 12, 2019 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita Peña, Harrison Begay and the institutions that influenced them – particularly the University of Oklahoma and […]

Vaquero Heritage Days 2018

August 17 – 19, 2018 In the Historic Mission City of San Juan Bautista, California On Historic Mission Land Where Vaqueros Rode & Roped Hosted by Franciscan Friars at St. Francis Retreat Center on Historic Rancho San Justo Journey back in time & celebrate California vaquero’s legacy amidst the rolling hills on historic land originally […]

Two Masters – An Evening with Buck Brannaman and George Morris

Above Photos: Left by Rebecca Walton. Right by Emily Kitching  Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from two great horsemen in one location! The stars have aligned to have these two masters in the same place at the same time. This is your chance to enjoy an evening roundtable discussion with these horsemen on a […]

The 5th Annual Early Californios Skills of the Rancho

Mark your calendar – 6th Annual Early Californios Skills of the Rancho July 13-15 2018 at the historic TEJON RANCH Report by Linda Turner Photos by Marc Alt  www.marcalt.com   The Californio Bridlehorse Association’s (CBA) 5th Early Californios Skills of the Rancho was held in Santa Maria, California on July 6-9, 2017. CBA’s President and founder […]

Change in Behavior May Mean Back Problems

There are many types of back injuries, including acute and chronic problems, and repetitive injuries due to use of the horse. A horse with a painful back is often reluctant to work under saddle, since certain movements hurt, and he may become grumpy. Many back problems show up first as a change in performance and/or […]

Horsemanship That Improves Humanmanship

“We mainly focus on horsemanship that improves humanmanship,” says Scott DePaolo. “I don’t believe that anybody needs to ride a horse anymore, but I do believe that horses can improve our lives, both in the way our relationships are with horses and also the way our relationships are with other people.” Scott manages Butte Creek […]

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