October/November 2014

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Canadian Finals Rodeo

Canadian pro rodeo fans are risk takers?—?most of them have held a bronc rein
or the suitcase handle of a bareback rigging, had speed tearing up their eyes as they rounded the third barrel or felt the burn of the lariat and the hard stop of a great horse.

They know what it’s like to risk it all.

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Finding Private Gordon

How a Canadian cowboy fighting for the U.S. Army in France was lost for 70 years.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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War Horses

Remembrance Day (also known as Armistice Day) has been observed in Commonwealth countries since the end of World War I to remember the members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty.

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Living Legends

Ron Hoffman

The Alberta horseman is now the mentor of a new generation of working cowboys.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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Ranching In The West

MacMillan Ranch

Streamlining their operation has resulted in impressive savings?— and more time for fun.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


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Cowboy Way

Cutting Horses

The sport of cutting horses may have originated in the Old West, but it has its cowboys, cowgirls and fans in Ontario and Quebec too.

Using cutting horses to separate, or cut, cattle from a larger herd is not only a skill still used on farms and ranches today, but as a sport it is increasingly popular. That’s why Brian Kelly, of Russell, Ontario started the Eastern Canadian Cutting Horse Association (ECCHA) a few years ago.

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Trailblazers

J.A.W. Fraser

Innovative and experimental, the Scottish rancher introduced inoculations to the Cochrane area.

You can read the whole article in October/November 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


 

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Another Day In The Saddle

The scholarship winning poem of Robert Lalonde.

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