The Pony Express is one of the most enduring stories of the Old West.
Learn how to tie a Honda Knot.
Cowgirl stunt double Cassidy Vick Hice breaks down what it takes to make it in the industry.
How to easily make your own mecate reins.
This cowboy artist is equally devoted to painting and rodeo.
The Women's Ranch Rodeo Association puts cowgirls in the spotlight.
Herman Lehmann spent nearly nine years living as an Indian before returning to his family.
Turn souvenirs from your latest hunt into a rustic, custom scarf slide.
For as long as men have owned cattle, other men have been stealing them.
Learn how to fold a bedroll right!
A vaquero tradition.
For 30 years, mustangs and inmates have been bettering one another.
Driving the herd requires a team of cowboys, each with a specific role.
With these talented young gear makers, all under the age of 35, the future of traditional cowboy arts is in good hands.
Beautiful gear for the working cowboy and his horse.
Learn about cowboy hat legend and lore!
Honoring the cowboy way.
The rise and fall of plastic saddles
Country remedies for farm and ranch stock.
Our favorite movies about moving the herd.
Nebraska is anything but.
Making cowboy dreams come true.
A true cowboy vacation.
Photographer Chris Petersen saddles up with crew to get the perfect shot.
What it takes to be a vet tech.
The horse health info every owner should know.
Self-taught rawhide braider Leland Hensley keeps traditions going strong.
Recognizing the underrated support players of the ranch.
The cowboys of the high Andes.
Karen Vold, owner of the Red Top Ranch Trick Riding School in Avondale, Colo., breaks down the move.
Stagecoach travel came with many hazards—treacherous terrain, bandit attacks, and snoring passengers.
Photographer Robert Dawson captures the spirit of the American West.
The secret lives of rodeo queens.
From Idaho to Arizona, prospectors staked claims in creeks and quarries, looking for the mother lode.
Do you have what it takes to be a feedlot pen rider?
A savvy horse trader could make even the slickest car salesman look like an angel.
No papers? No problem!