A historic rancho blends Colonial Spanish, American Farmhouse and Old World aesthetics to achieve a transcendent lightness of being.
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The Lipizzaner horse was made famous by the Spanish Riding School of Vienna, whose handsome and high-flying white stallions continue to amaze audiences worldwide.
In the rugged Beartooth Mountains near Red Lodge, Montana, a family forges an impressive retreat from reclaimed materials and the region’s rich history.
The famous Percheron horses have been called “the noblest, absolutely most gorgeous horses in the world.”
(Originally published in the January/February 2013 Issue of Cowgirl Magazine). ……
This made in America pony breed that looks like a mini Appaloosa is a fun, flashy gateway horse for youngsters – or a forever friend for petite adult equestrians who prefer to ride closer to the ground.
High Country Style is undergoing an altitude adjustment as new western residences with smaller footprints and sleeker designs are redefining the notion of Home on the Range.
From the tragic Trail of Tears to the hit movie Hidalgo, the Choctaw Pony’s strength, loyalty, and heart have become legendary. Will this endangered Colonial Spanish horse breed survive? If history is any indicator, they’ve got a fighting chance.
From sentimental Super Bowl spots to thrilling, synchronized wagon team demonstrations, Americans can’t get enough of their beloved Clydesdale horses.
A historic ranch in Montana’s Madison River Valley reels in an active family captivated by the slower pace, spacious skies, and silvery trout.
A 21st Century Cowgirl raises organic, grass-fed beef on the historic Rancho San Julian, continuing a ranching tradition established eight generation ago.
Gallop, don’t trot to get your copy of renowned architect Marc Appleton’s latest tome, RANCHES…
A masterful example of masonry built by the hutterites in eastern montana during the late 1800s is moved, stone by stone, and resurrected in Jackson, Wyoming.
By Deborah Donohue Photography by Gibeon Photography Sleek, elegant Modernism and traditional M…
By: Deborah Donohue Photography by: Audrey Hall Beneath a canopy of stars—and the slopes of T…
Water, sky, stars, stone — and really good bones — make a majestic lodge home in Montana’s Yellowstone Club a tour de force of architecture and interior design.
An apartment built above the barn is a horse lover’s dream!
Get us out of the supermarket and into the fields and streams
A storied adobe on santa fe’s famous canyon road undergoes an involved restoration before re-emerging as an icon of sophisticated southwestern style.