Cowgirl Rendevous

Cowgirls love a good party! Combine that zest for life with fundraising for a worthy cause, add in a great meal prepared and served by Calgary firefighters (including the Calendar Firefighters), and you’ve got a night to remember. The Cowgirl Cattle Company is a group of like-minded women who share a background in the agricultural …

The Wild Ones

  A documentary series featuring Xeni Gwet’in (pronounced honey gwaa teen) cowboys and their efforts to protect the area’s wild horses is airing on History. The First Nation’s efforts to save these wild horses was filmed in 2019 in the Nemiah Valley and at the Williams Lake Stampede. There are 10, one-hour episodes in the …

4-H Generations

This photo is a testament to the strength of 4-H families (and the resiliency of hand-knitted wool.) Pictured is rancher and rodeo stock contractor Doug Richards of Cochrane, Alta., his grandson, Colt, and Colt’s dad (Doug and Jill’s son) Billy. What is remarkable is the sweater worn by Colt; it has now been passed down …

Art of the Cowgirl

Clear Arizona sunshine beckoned a wealth of Canadian cowgirls to the Art of the Cowgirl, a celebration of women and the Western industry of horses, riding, training, music, art, traditional cowboy arts and ranch rodeo. The Canadian prairies were well-represented in the arena with the Eagle Hill ranch rodeo team, sidesaddle clinician (and writer) Lee …