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Robert Mitchum - How to train a horse! Life Magazine.

Robert Mitchum - How to train a horse! Life Magazine.

http://flatlandsfoto.artistwebsites.com/ Captured by award winning photographer Joan Davis / Flatlandsfoto during the Great American Horse Drive. The Drive has been a tradition for over 40 years as up to 600 horses are driven from their winter pasture to their summer home. This image was captured on the final day of the drive where the horses and cowboys / cowgirls have covered over 50 miles starting on the open range of Colorado and traveling through the dusty back roads.

http://flatlandsfoto.artistwebsites.com/ Captured by award winning photographer Joan Davis / Flatlandsfoto during the Great American Horse Drive. The Drive has been a tradition for over 40 years as up to 600 horses are driven from their winter pasture to their summer home. This image was captured on the final day of the drive where the horses and cowboys / cowgirls have covered over 50 miles starting on the open range of Colorado and traveling through the dusty back roads.

Ronald Reagan on his ranch in Northridge California C. 1943

Ronald Reagan on his ranch in Northridge California C. 1943

John Topham: The People's Snapper - THE TOPFOTO GALLERY - in the Eden Valley

John Topham: The People's Snapper - THE TOPFOTO GALLERY - in the Eden Valley

"To see the wind's power, the rain's cleansing and the sun's radiant life, one need only to look at the horse." ~Unknown

"To see the wind's power, the rain's cleansing and the sun's radiant life, one need only to look at the horse." ~Unknown

many a winner

many a winner

Horses of the Storm: The Incredible Rescue of Katrina's Horses

Horses of the Storm: The Incredible Rescue of Katrina's Horses

O jóquei americano Nate Hubbard conseguiu terminar a corrida em segundo lugar agarrado ao pescoço do seu cavalo, em 1989. Seu cavalo foi empurrado por outra égua e escorregou no chão molhado, fazendo com que Hubbard fosse desmontado, mas antes que caísse no chão, conseguiu se agarrar ao animal.

O jóquei americano Nate Hubbard conseguiu terminar a corrida em segundo lugar agarrado ao pescoço do seu cavalo, em 1989. Seu cavalo foi empurrado por outra égua e escorregou no chão molhado, fazendo com que Hubbard fosse desmontado, mas antes que caísse no chão, conseguiu se agarrar ao animal.

Being at a rodeo in person is unlike nay other sporting event, truly

Being at a rodeo in person is unlike nay other sporting event, truly