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Winter Work on the CO Bar
by Bill Owen
by Molly Morrow
by Shawn Cameron
At the End of His Rope
by Tyler Crow
by Nikole Morgan
Heads or Tails
by R.S. Riddick
Mornings on Horseback by Shawn Cameron
After the Gathering by Betty K. Rodgers
Pilgrim by Duward Campbell
The Little House That Grew by Jeri Dobrowski
She's a Handby Joelle Smith
Born to This Landby Bill Owen
Hick's Hereford Heifersby Tim Cox
Heading Out by Lori Faith Merritt
The Horse Wrangler Gather’d The Morning Mounts: "One That Had’n Lived The Life ... Couldn’t Paint a Picture ...To Please The Eye, of One That Had!"by Bob Coronato
Scoping the Bosque by Jennifer M. Ward
Learnin' the Ropes by Chanda Snook
Waxed Jacket by William Matthews
Sammy by Pat Richardson
Great Day to be a Cowboy by Don Dane
At His Own Pace by Tim Cox
Leadin' a Spare by Jeri Dobrowski
Heading Home by Joelle Smith
At the Jollification by Dee Strickland Johnson ("Buckshot Dot")
Ridin' Out by Kent Rollins
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