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Western Horseman

Western Horseman

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Western Horseman Magazine is a monthly publication that covers various aspects of the Western lifestyle, including ranching, rodeo, horsemanship and culture. It is the oldest and most popular horse magazine in the nation, with more than 85 years of history and millions of loyal readers.

The magazine features articles on equipment, equine health care, rodeo competitions, trail rides, stable management, ranching and training, as well as art depicting the Western spirit. It also showcases stories about influential people, legendary ranches, exceptional horses and iconic events in the Western industry.

Western Horseman Magazine is more than just a source of information and entertainment for horse enthusiasts. It is also a community of like-minded people who share a passion for the Western way of life. The magazine celebrates authenticity, cowboy spirit and tradition, while also embracing innovation and progress.

The magazine offers a variety of features and sections to cater to different interests and needs of its readers. Some of the regular features include:

- Neu Perspectives: A column by professional horsewoman Kelli Neubert, who shares her insights and experiences on various topics related to horses and horsemanship.
- Real Life Ranch Wife: A humorous and honest account of life on a working ranch by Jolyn Young, a wife, mother and writer who lives in Nevada.
- Out West: A section that explores the history, culture and heritage of the West through stories, photos and art.
- Best of Western Horseman: An annual award that honors the best products, services, people and places in the Western industry.
- Cowboy Christmas: A special section that provides gift ideas, recipes, crafts and tips for celebrating the holidays in Western style.

Western Horseman Magazine was founded in January 1936 by Paul Albert Kern in Denver, Colorado. He envisioned a magazine that would appeal to both professional horsemen and hobbyists, as well as promote the Western lifestyle. The magazine soon gained popularity and moved to Fort Worth, Texas in 1948. It has been owned by Morris Communications since 1974.
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