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From the Archives: Fallon Wentz

From the Archives: Fallon Wentz
“I didn’t realize I had such a deep passion for our bulls until I started going to more barrel races. There were times when I would go to a race, while my dad and my brother, Wyatt, went to a bull riding. It was then that I realized I would much rather be in their rig headed to watch our bulls perform, rather than competing at a race,” she said.

From the Archives: Kelsey Temmen

From the Archives: Kelsey Temmen

“I begged my parents for a horse since I was old enough to talk. My dad finally caved when I was 11 and purchased me a broodmare and 3-day-old foal. That foal is now one of my trick riding horses that I did all of the training on,” she said.


Kaley Mae Blasdell

Kaley Mae Blasdell
Kaley is not only a mother, wife, and successful stock contractor, she’s an inspiration. She started this journey on her own and she is killing it, if you can’t find her at a rodeo this summer be sure to check her out on social media @KMH_Bucking_Bulls on instagram or on Facebook.

Staying Safe in the Sun

Staying Safe in the Sun

As we all know a cowgirl’s job never ends, even when summer comes around. We all know that summer brings longer days and more heat. It is important to stay safe in the sun while working.


    Saddle Bag Necessities

    Saddle Bag Necessities

    Working for a trail riding business, I have perfected the list of items to keep in your saddle bag. These items are important to have whether you are fixing fences, trailing cattle or are just riding on a trail.