Highlights from the road

RodeoHouston - Heading to the Finals - Plus the Wild Card: The Canadians

Here's a quick update on the Canadians competing at RodeoHouston, courtesy of Billie-Jean Duff. Note: RodeoHouston has waved the Mark-Out Rule Sam ...

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PBR - Parsonage Takes Lethbridge!

Parsonage Wins Bridge City Chrysler/LA Towing PBR Challenge As the lone rider to go a perfect 3-for-3, Parsonage catapults to No. ...

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Photo by Billie-Jean Duff

2018 WNFR - Round 10 - The Canadians

What Happened With the Canadians Tonight:   Wasn't that a party? All told, the Canadians are bringing home well over a half-million ...

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Photo by Billie-Jean Duff

2018 WNFR - Round 9 - The Canadians

What Happened With the Canadians tonight:   BB:     Orin Larsen placed for the third time in three nights. He was 86.5 ...

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Photo by Billie-Jean Duff

2018 WNFR - Round 8 - The Canadians

What Happened With The Canadians Tonight:   Six Canadians, Six Cheques - has it ever happened before??? OHHH, Canada!!! It was Canadian Night, an ...

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PBR – Parsonage Takes Lethbridge!

Parsonage Wins Bridge City Chrysler/LA Towing PBR Challenge As the lone rider to go a perfect 3-for-3, Parsonage catapults to No. 44 in the PBR world standings NEW YORK CITY – In front of a sold-out crowd on Saturday night inside the ENMAX Centre, Jared Parsonage (Maple Creek, Sask.), the lone rider to go a …

Canadian Broncs Wow at Binion’s

F58 Ice Cube, a three-year-old colt from Blair Anton of Fox Valley, Sask. This horse also has his DNA preserved with the Bucking Horse Breeders Association. With the rise of a better understanding of genetics and consistent, early training, bucking horses have come a long way. Each year in Vegas at Benny Binion’s rough stock …

Empty Saddles: Edward “Ted” Turner

                Edward “Ted” Turner, of Regina, Sask., was a Regina Rotarian who led the project to document and mark the path of the Great Western Trail from Mexico to southern Saskatchewan. At 2,000 miles, it is one of the longest, if not the longest, cattle trail in the …

Found!

The mystery surrounding a “lost” painting created by Sir Alfred Munnings has been solved. Munnings was just finding fame as a portraitist and painter of British rural life when the First World War broke out in 1914. Blind in his right eye, he was denied a role in the Army on medical grounds. However, in …