Courage Canada Trail Ride

For 16 years, hundreds of people and their horses have gathered together the last Saturday in May to raise funds for brain injury survivors and their families. This year the date is May 25, and the Courage Canada Trail Ride is once again held at the home of Curtis Anderson, arguably bull riding’s most well-known …

Grammy Nomination

First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers of Hazelton, B.C., was nominated for a Grammy Award. Vickers, along with Doran Tyson and Lisa Glines was nominated for the presentation box he developed for the Grateful Dead presentation boxed set. Tyson and Glines work for Rhino Records, and they worked with Roy on the set. The trio …

Cowboy Poetry: Lost in the Dark

Have you ever ridden on a night so dark you couldn’t see your hand in front of your face? Much less a fence—but your pony stops, so you get off to find the gate That colt you’re riding is plenty tired, the darkness has made him tense He shies to the end of the bridle …

What Works for Us: Branding

Each year we interview ranchers from across the West about what works best on their place. Understandably, the terrain, weather patterns and ranges all differ, so it’s interesting to read how each outfit has adapted to their unique circumstances. In this issue, we are discussing branding. The Best Part TERRIL & LINDA PIERSON: PIERSON RANCH …

April/May 2019

Trailblazers Everett Baker Everett Baker galvanized hundreds to mark the most telling trail in the Canadian West. You can read the whole article in the current issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Marie at 1-800-943-7336. VACATION GUIDE Guests ranches, events and must-see sights of Western Canada and beyond. You can read the whole article …