This should be required to post on every horse owner’s property…
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My latest article in The Fence Post magazine is about the recent Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo and their hard work in putting on a pair of rodeo performances on Saturday alone. For a town with a population of just 1,400, it is an amazing feat to see them host about 5,000 people in the stands and on the grounds over those two Saturday performances.
A LOT more photos should be in the print edition coming out this coming Monday (June 24, 2019).
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My most recent article in The Fence Post magazine is now out on their website. It is Part Two of the comprehensive equine dentistry article, which focuses on myths and misconceptions.
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I am putting together a two-part article about modern equine dentistry and the benefits of it, along with myths and misconceptions. Part One is out now on the website of The Fence Post magazine. It will also be in The Fence Post’s print edition this week (May 20, 2019).
I was blessed to be able to sit down and have a long conversation with world famous Australian horseman Dan James, while he was at the 2019 National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO (January 2019). The Fence Post magazine published the Q&A back at the end of January. Dan James is not only an amazing horseman, he is also a great person.
I hope you enjoy reading some of the conversation as much as I enjoyed having it with Dan James.
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My story (and some photos) about Dr. Temple Grandin’s speech at the 2019 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo is now online at The Fence Post’s website. The speech was a good one and I was blessed to be able to sit down afterward and have a one-on-one interview with the world-renowned speaker, author, and Colorado State University professor. Since the 1970’s, her positive impact on the beef industry has been massive and her advocacy for those with autism (like herself) is just as meaningful.
I have put together several articles for different magazines about Dr. Grandin’s speech at the horse expo, and this one focused more on her thoughts and opinions regarding horses. An article focusing more on her thoughts and opinions regarding cattle and the cattle industry will be published soon by Working Ranch Magazine.
I hope you enjoy this article in The Fence Post. God bless.
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This is a video compilation of my (Lincoln Rogers) photography, interviews and video clips regarding the Wild West Show at the 2014 National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado.
All images, interviews and videos are copyright Lincoln Rogers, 2014 – All rights reserved.
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Soooo… I’m tapping the thermometer inside the house that measures the outside temperature because it CAN’T be minus eleven degrees outside right now. Right? This is the third evening in a row with temps at minus ten or more, and I’m procrastinating about heading out to the barn to make sure the horses’ water buckets (heated, of course) are in good shape and their blankets are fitting correctly.
Now before I get any responses from the good folks who endure crazy freezing temperatures in Montana, North Dakota, Alaska and/or Canada (you can’t be human – you came from an alien race that left a dying, frozen planet), this doesn’t happen in the Denver, Colorado area. Sure, we get cold snaps, but it typically bounces right back after a couple of days to blue skies and reasonably comfortable temps. Instead, it appears we’re stuck with this arctic cold front for a few more days.
At least the fox will enjoy it…
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Sitting here watching the thermometer hover at zero degrees today brought to mind the toughness and spirit of the cowboys who used to drive the massive cattle herds to market rain, sleet or snow in the old west. Then I caught myself, because contemporary cowboys are still working the massive cattle herds no matter what mother nature throws their way.
This cowboy poem of mine is dedicated to cowboys past and present and was published in 2005 by the good folks at CowboyPoetry.com.
Dedicated to the working cowboy – past and present
The western trails bore Longhorn,
Over oceans of grass Plain,
And Cowboys rode like captains,
Through the waves of sun and rain.
4-inch brims and rowelled spurs,
Along with chaps and Latigo,
Matching leather on face and saddle,
Of a seasoned, working pro.
Some say the era of the Cowboy,
Is but a faded dream at best,
But that independent spirit,
Remains the heartbeat of the West.
Miles removed from concrete jungles,
On open vistas kissed by sun,
Modern Cowboys ride the range,
Just like those days the West was won.
So word and song is raised in honor,
To everyone who bears the flame;
Who stokes the fire of admiration,
For a life no one will tame.
© 2005, Lincoln Rogers
This poem may not be reprinted or reposted without the author’s written permission.
Have a great day and don’t let your horse come home without ya!
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“Wait… it’s a Monday set aside for ME?”
Yep… it’s Cyber Monday today. Now, whether that means it’s a Monday strictly set aside for Cyborgs (or maybe just the Borg – does the “collective” even celebrate Christmas?) or if it means it’s the starter’s pistol, so to speak, for everyone to start their online frenzy of shopping, I’ll let you decide.
Me? It gives me another chance to wish everyone a Merry Christmas in a cowboy kind of way. So, while you are straining your eyes staring at computer monitors for the best deal EVER or if you are running a diagnostic sub-routine on your implanted cyborg systems, take some time today to relax, breathe and remember to connect with the what this season is really all about. If I recall right, a crowd of angels shouted it on the very first Christmas.
“Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men!” Luke 2:14
Have a great day and don’t let your horse come home without ya!
PS – Speaking of Best Deals EVER! My entire gallery of Fine Art Photography is available at a discount of 33% off my markup (the discount applies to my markup, but not the cost of frame, canvas, etc). Just use the code YJFGYV during the secure checkout process for your 33% discount. The discount is good through the middle of December.