People and Places

Ann and Rodger Call never let life?s challenges slow them down or keep them from doing what they loved. Journal photo.

What a Lady!

Horsewoman Ann Call didn?t let the challenges in her life ever slow her down.

Mary Roes isn?t letting cancer keep her from showing her American Quarter Horses. Journal photo.

Got Courage??

Mary Roes, AQHA exhibitor and Region Two committee member, hasn?t let cancer keep her down.

Roy with Trigger. Photo by Bettmann/CORBIS

Roy Rogers: King of the Cowboys

Roy Rogers once ruled television, movies, and the airwaves with charisma and a clear, melodic voice.

Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge RR

Five Old-West Ghost Towns

Time may have forgotten these towns, but we haven?t.

Lindsey, on Blue, and Clayton, on Bluefoot, like to play in the pasture on their family's ranch in Gonzales, Texas. Journal photo.

True Blue: A Horse Like Family

This American Quarter Horse has been a family treasure. From America's Horse Daily.

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Confessions of a Tack Hoarder

As I enter into what I like to refer to as my third era of horsemanship, I look around and it dawns on me that although I no longer own horses I could easily tack up three of them.

Thomas Saunders V rides Red Hot Powder to round up some young horses to be branded and gelded. Journal photo

Seven Generations Strong

Thomas Bailey Saunders moved to Texas in 1850 and established a cattle ranch. Now his kinfolk ? six generations later ? are still ranching in Texas. And they?re finding innovative ways of doing it, ways that weren?t even imagined in the mid-19th century.

16-year-old Kristie Allison gets her first horse.

A Reader's Story: Kristie Allison

"To say I was 'horse crazy' in the 60?s is like saying War and Peace is a good book or the Mona Lisa is a nice painting," she writes.

KC Chiefs Cheerleader Susie Derouchey and Warpaint. Photo by Jerry Circelli

APHA Names NFL Cheerleader and Horse to Dream Team

The fastest and most colorful run down the football field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City this season cannot be claimed by any NFL gridiron star. Instead, that honor goes exclusively to the flashy horse-and-rider team of Chiefs Warpaint and Kansas Cit