• PBR Global Cup

    PBR Global Cup

    The Professional Bull Riders hosted their battle of nations event, the Global Cup this past weekend at AT&T stadium in Arlington, Texas. The event teamed up riders by country, forming 6 teams, representing the nations that host PBR events. View this post on Instagram A post shared by PBR (@pbr) The competition was fierce between the 5 riders who wore the colors of United...
  • The American Rodeo

    The American Rodeo

    Did you catch The American rodeo in AT&T stadium this past weekend? It was a weekend full of the best rodeo riders in the country doing what they do best.  Contestants from all over the U.S. came together to compete for the chance at $2 million dollars. The six events were Bareback riding, Tie-Down Roping, Breakaway Roping, Saddle Bronc Riding, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping,...
  • Baby Fever

    Baby Fever

    For about 2 years I have had baby fever. The kind that makes you think about it all the time and dream about what the future looks like - but for me this baby has 4 legs and is a horse. Growing up in the country and being around rodeo since we could crawl, horses have always been a huge part of our lives. ...
  • Yellowstone Ranch

    Yellowstone Ranch

    There’s been a lot of hype in the last year or so over Yellowstone and the beautiful ranch on which it was filmed. Well, good news for fans and viewers alike: it’s a real place called Chief Joseph Ranch, and there’s a way for you to visit! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Chief Joseph Ranch (@chiefjosephranch) This ranch has a...
  • Modern West

    Modern West

    You may already know that Kevin Costner, American actor and movie icon, is currently starring as our favorite on-screen cowboy in Paramount Network’s Yellowstone. However, you may not know that Kevin Costner also has a country music band called “Modern West,” and trust us--they do not disappoint. The band went on a tour called “Tales of Yellowstone” in 2021, playing shows across the Midwest...
  • Learning How to be a Cowboy

    Learning How to be a Cowboy

    Yellowstone is our favorite show on television right now, mainly because it allows us to live vicariously through the cowboys roaming across our screen. Given the authentic nature of this television series, one must wonder: was horse-riding a required skill for casting? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Yellowstone (@yellowstone) Turns out that much of the actors and actresses were hired...
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