October/November 2013

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Hell on Wheels

They’ve weathered searing heat and had their set rearranged by the flood. Writer Bill Borgwardt visits the set of AMC’s hit television series, Hell on Wheels, shot right here in southern Alberta.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2013 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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Fall Into Western Fashion

Great Western style for the whole family, from boots to hats and everything in between. Shot exclusively for Canadian Cowboy Country on location at the Pegasus Ranch, near Edmonton.

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Celebrating 40 Years of the Canadian Finals Rodeo

Rubies are the traditional gift for a 40th anniversary. The deep red precious gem—one of the top three hardest jewels in the world—is appropriate for this momentous occasion, considering how much blood, sweat and “cowboy up” toughness each contestant put into their chosen sport on the road to the Canadian Finals Rodeo.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2013 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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Cowboy Way

Equine Conditioning

Whether in the rodeo arena or the show arena, using drugs on performance horses is commonplace. Here’s a full explanation of just how much damage those drugs are doing, and why conditioning is the best option.

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Ranching in the West

Little Fort Herefords

For seventy years Little Fort Herefords of Little Fort, B.C., have made their mark in the community and in the show ring. Liz Twan interviews the unique story of this multi-talented family.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2013 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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Living Legends

Ken Hurlburt

He built an auctioneering empire in southern Alberta, and a string of friends and clients across the Canadian West.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2013 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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The New Sheriff of Lovettville

Perhaps the most inaccessible ghost town of them all, “Ghoster” Johnnie Bachusky explores this protected site, south of Jasper.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2013 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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Trail Blazers

Ray Faulkner

As a very young man he underwent horse trading trips in Saskatchewan that would quail the stoutest heart, and the stories that survived are highly entertaining.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2013 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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Homes Of The West

A Builder’s Country Dream Home

Designed and built by the owners from the ground up, this acreage oasis is a showcase of their personal tastes and style.

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Hot Brands

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Tree ornaments, tree skirts and a wealth of whimsical and charming decorations to welcome in the Christmas season.

You can read the whole article in August/September 2013 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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Cowboy Poetry

Ghost riders in the sky

The famous lyrics of this quintessential Western song, and how they came about.

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