Author: Jenn Zeller

Cowboy Christmas

Cowboy Christmas

Since this is my first year as a WPRA permit holder, I am trying to learn as much as I can, and travel as much as our checkbook will let me! I have always dreamed of going to a lot of rodeos over The Fourth of July run, often referred to as Cowboy Christmas. I’ve […]

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Babies!

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It’s time to start sharing photos of the babies!  On Tuesday the 30th our first foal of the year was born. Then on Friday morning, while I was away at a rodeo, I got photos from home of a gorgeous little stud colt!  For those of you who may recall, Fridge and Tony, this little […]

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SaddleBox Giveaway

SaddleBox Giveaway!

  I was gifted a SaddleBox back in May, and I cannot tell you how fun this was to get! My horses loved the goodies inside, and so did I!  I’ve partnered with them to share the June Box with one of you, my lucky readers! So don’t delay! Follow the instructions below and enter […]

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April – For Members Only!

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Adventures from The Rodeo Road

So far, the rodeo road has taught me a lot, but I’ve yet to win a check for my efforts. At Valley City, ND, my first ever pro rodeo I was pretty nervous and Avie felt like he never settled into the ground. He stumbled on the second, and really shut down hard on the […]

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A Two Rein Horse

I thought I’d take a moment and share with you a quick video about the two-rein. I’ve just recently moved my horse Dino into this set-up. He is the first two-rein horse I’ve ever made, and so I’m watching a lot of DVDs on how to NOT mess this up! I really enjoy the teachings […]

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March Photos for Branding Pen Members

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Happy National Ag Day!

Let’s take a moment to revel in the fact that today we celebrate Ag. Ag keeps the wheels of our country turning, because without food, well, we’d be a pretty cranky set of people!  So let’s raise a glass to the cowboys that rope — Ranch horses that work and play hard —   The […]

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Ten Things to Love About Ranch Life

1. You can call your neighbors anytime, rain or shine, or at 4am in the morning. Whether you need help with a cesarean on a heifer, OR you’ve buried your tractor and pickup in the mud or a snowbank, or you need some support with a wiley colt, someone will come help you! It doesn’t […]

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The Human Spirit

,,,This article was originally written for and published in “Ag Week”.  __________________________________________ As I sit on an airplane this morning, staring down the wing of a Boeing 757, I’m struck by the thought that someone, at some point had the idea that we could fly.  The Wright brothers, as we all know did it successfully. And […]

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