Beneath our hat
The mental side of rodeo.
Just before the books closed on Tuesday, I withdrew my entry from Cheyenne Frontier Days. It hurt. I view it as a lose-lose decision. It’s sure gonna be cheaper, but I don’t get to go to the Daddy.
by Adam Gray
A lot of times, we’ll prevent a wreck that was gonna happen, and we’re the only ones who realize it. That’s one of the coolest things about fighting bulls—knowing we’re aggressive, doing our job and taking care of guys.
by Dusty Tuckness
All I ever wanted was to announce the National Finals Rodeo. If all goes as planned, I’ll soon be running it.
By Boyd Polhamus
From NFL tight end to bulldogger at the ripe old age of thirty.
by Bear Pascoe
What It Takes to Season a Horse and Why I Do It
by Mike Johnson
Why I saved the “yellow horse” for The American
by Hailey Kinsel
Freestyle bullfighting, and why I love it.
by Weston Rutkowski
You get hurt. You get better. Back to work.
by Luke Branquinho