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A classic Mediterranean estate embodies well-traveled tastes and enlightened romance.
Appaloosas have had a history as complex and detailed as the spots they sport on their body.
When the Spanish explorer Hernando Cortez sailed to the Americas, he brought some extraordinary horses with him…
Penny Knight shares this tranquil high desert retreat with husband Phil, co-founder and chairman of Nike.
The hardworking “steel-dusts” of Texas became an icon of the American West and remain favorites of cowboys and cowgirls today!
A Santa Fe landmark stuns and wows.
The sun on your face, the creak of saddle leather, the company of good friends and the beauty of nature…a summertime trail ride is the perfect form of relaxation for cowgirls.
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If one were to select a single type of horse that epitomizes the American West, a buckskin or dun colored mount ridden by an authentic cowboy or cowgirl would be a good choice…
A handsome Colorado ranch reclaims the adventure, optimism, and expansive spirit of the west.
Connect with your inner wrangler at these modern stock horse shows that recreate the reality of the cowboy way.
This Montana residence is the perfect cowgirl oasis!
“The horse that chooses you.”
The reining barrel racing champion–and top money earner ever–is 68-year-old grandmother, Mary Burger.
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A surprising number of ivory bison are being born in the West, confounding geneticists, delighting the rest of us, and (we hope!) fulfilling a Native American prophecy of peace and goodwill on earth.
Overlooking the Crooked River, this breathtaking residence on the canyon’s rim offers an eagle…
By Callan Kane Beneath its beautiful exterior, your horse is a biological marvel, a living kinetic s…
For nine days every July, Cheyenne, Wyoming hosts the biggest outdoor rodeo in the nation. For the 120th Frontier Days Celebration, Cowgirl’s editor-in-chief made the pilgrimage to the plains state—and to the daddy of ’em all.