• From Catwalk to Cutting Horse

    From Catwalk to Cutting Horse

    Bella Hadid is taking the western world by storm. Known for gracing the runways of high fashion, Bella has long harbored a passion for horses, an affinity she's nurtured since childhood.   View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bella 🦋 (@bellahadid)   She grew up on a horse ranch in Beverly Hills for a decade. Away from the glitz and glamour...
  • The West Knows Best

    The West Knows Best

    Louis Vuitton's latest fashion show was a sartorial ode to the Western lifestyle, a thematic spectacle that saw the iconic brand embrace the rugged elegance of the frontier. As models strutted down the runway, it was as if the spirit of the Wild West had been reborn with a high-fashion twist. Stetson hats perched atop heads with sophisticated nonchalance, while fringe, denim, and leather...
  • Unbreakable Spirit

    Unbreakable Spirit

    In the rough-and-tumble world of professional bull riding, Australian cowboy Ky Hamilton has become a symbol of resilience and tenacity. During the intense competition of the 2023 National Finals Rodeo (NFR), Hamilton's grit was put to the ultimate test in round 4, where he sustained bone-breaking injuries that would've sidelined lesser riders. The crowd held its breath as Hamilton was thrown, the power of...
  • Day of the Cowboy

    Day of the Cowboy

    Since the untamed landscapes of the Old West, cowboys have symbolized more than just a profession. They were the epitome of resilience, tenacity, and the unbreakable spirit that conquered adversity in pursuit of the American dream, and they continue to uphold that legacy to this very day. To gain a deeper understanding of what truly makes a cowboy, Tru Western asked two real-life cowboys...
  • An Interview with Aubrey J. O'Quin of the Western Sports Foundation

    An Interview with Aubrey J. O'Quin of the Western Sports Foundation

    Learn more about our partner organization is bringing Mental Health Awareness to the forefront of the Western Sports community.
  • Cowgirls Have Your Back

    Cowgirls Have Your Back

    When Tru Western sat down to interview Marcy Bate last Tuesday, she described her morning leading up as something like this: Feed the herd, including 10 cows, 6 horses, a couple of dogs, one pony, one baby goat, and two wild little Cowgirls. Break the ice, haul the hay, gather the grain. Drive the kids to school and back in time to log on...
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