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Western Horseman Magazine

5 out of 5
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Western Horseman
Western Horseman
Western Horseman
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Western Horseman Magazine is one of the oldest horse magazines in publication today. While the focus is on the stock horse and Western riding, the editors include articles on other breeds, as well as some information on English riding. In Western Horseman Magazine, you'll get articles about ranching, riding gear, training and keeping your horse healthy, and special interest stories about the Western lifestyle and horseriding.

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5 out of 5
I like it!

I liked the articles they were both entertaining and informative.

5 out of 5

The magazine is what my husband looks forward to every month. He is like a kid opening a Christmas present when his Western Horseman comes in the mail. He reads it cover to cover and saves every issue!


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5 out of 5
This is the best horse magazine

This magazine deals with mostly performance quarter horses and their use on the ranch and in the arena. The articles are very informative from a wide range of equine professionals.

5 out of 5
The best of the west

I have always read WH and the deal I was offered to get it monthly was too good to pass up.

5 out of 5
best articles

anything and everything about horses in this mag.

5 out of 5
Great magazine for cowboys and cowgirls

I have always enjoyed Western Horseman and found it to be very helpful in many respects in my dealings with my horses and in info for others who don't take the Horseman. Keep up the good work extremely helpful.

5 out of 5

Western horseman has always been, and will always be one of the top magazines for anyone who has, or just loves horses and the western way of life.

5 out of 5
I enjoy Western Horseman

In Western Horseman I find many articles that I find very informative. Both for your horse and for you. But the one thing I really like is the people who live and work on these Ranches and tell people East of the Mississippi what it is really like to live on these Ranches. The different elements they encounter, like weather, people who they know or have known that was or is what has made the Ranching life what it is today. The Story of Reata Brannaman and an inside look at what her life is like having a famous father, Buck Brannaman. The women of the West who are succeeding and loving their way of life-ranching, horses, dogs, cattle whatever they are doing it is hard, never ending work, but would have it no other way. The stories of old forgotten times and their photo's, so interesting. But it tells those of us who do not have the advantage of living their way of life--Well, maybe a lot of things haven't really changed that much since the old days of ranching. I love the stories and articles about the horses, how they live and are cared for and treated. Horses are like dogs in one sense, they are a part of you, and a part of your family. NOT just an animal to throw away or discard for slaughter or death.Thank you for showing the rest of the country how the West is still a vital part of this country. And that it stands for the same values that it always has since it was first settled, and ranches past down from generation to generation. I would like to know from many of these ranchers how they feel about the Wild Mustangs and WHY they are not important enough to our American heritage to keep on open public lands, which by all rights and reason, really belongs to all Americans, not Ranchers who want more and more of the public lands for their own use? Why does the BLM have such control over their very existance? What RIGHT do we have to remove them from their open Ranges? Or are they going to be exterminated from the face of American soil, like the Native Americans we put on Reservations to live like Paupers and Alcoholics? Only horses are put in holding pens for years and years instead of Reservations, or they are sent to Slaughter. Good thought for a Western Horseman writer to investigate and give the rest of American horse people (and non horse people) the right down to earth story and reasons for such inhumane treatment of these horses. They were there first, just like Native Americans. And that is where they have a "right" to stay. J. A. Taylor Indiana


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