Cattle Cait

Cait Bascom, better known as Cattle Cait, was invited to put on the sidesaddle riding demonstration alongside her mom, Lee MacLean. Cait recently restored this sidesaddle, initially made in 1890 by R.T. Frazier. The grey gelding loaned to her for the Arizona demo is Goose, owned by Scott and Alicia Adamson of Makwa, Sask.

From the Archives ~ Peter Welsh

Alberta Stampede Company By Terri Mason Peter Welsh was born in 1878 in Scotland and by 1910 he had immigrated to Canada, settling on Tudesco Farms, a former Canadian Pacific Railway property near Irricana, Alta. He soon moved to Calgary to operate the Calgary Sale Repository, one of the first livery stables in Calgary which also …

Added Age

By BRYCE BURNETT The cowboy admired his wife preparing for bedIn a negligee trimmed with laceHe glanced at her reflectionin the mirror and said,“What’s that smeared on your face?” She replied with excitement, “It’s a miracle cream,Younger, it makes me appear.It smooths my complexion,makes my hair darker,My figure is sleeker, my dear.” After her lengthy …

From the Archives ~ Tracking Mantracker

The ultimate reality show ~ Cowboy Style   By Terri Mason Originally Published February/March 2009 Canadian Cowboy Country Magazine The premise of the popular Canadian reality series, Mantracker, is simple; two people take off into the wilds with a map, a compass and a head start. The tracker is on horseback, armed with a local guide …