October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, a time to bring awareness and support to those who have been or are currently affected by breast cancer. Show your support by attending a walk, wearing pink, or making a donation.
You've probably seen them during the National Anthem at your hometown rodeo, or attending events during the National Finals Rodeo, but rodeo queens do a lot more than wear the crown. They support each other and their local communities. They have a passion and respect for our country. They are great horsewomen and stewards for the western industry. They fix each other's crowns. They even interview rodeo contestants at the National Finals Rodeo!
Update your Instagram feed with cowgirls that inspire and motivate you to do your very best.
So you’re scrolling through Instagram, noticing pictures of hard-working cowboys and cowgirls. You start yearning for a day where you could ride off into the sunset or rope calves to brand. Maybe you start to wonder where your food comes from, or ways you can become involved in your ranching community. Here are a few ways that you can do that!
Amberley Snyder was on her way to Denver for the National Western in 2010 when an accident changed her life.