Cowboy Partnership

A close up of a cowboy on horseback as they lead a roped calf.

 

In order to be a successful cowboy out on a working ranch, a cowboy needs to have an equally good equine partner. Together, horse and rider combine their skills to produce amazing results without the need of pens or chutes to manage cattle on the open range. Tasks are executed intentionally with softness and patience. It’s been done this way for decades.

‘Cowboy Partnership’ was taken on a ranch west of Calgary along the Jumping Pound Creek. This cowboy and his trusty horse, Jackson pull a calf behind them with a rope to be given their vaccines, and looked over before being let out to summer pastures. Available in 16″ x 24″ framed canvas print.

Photo Details:

Jumping Pound, Alberta

Location

May, 2014

Date

Cowboys , Horses

Category
A cowboy and his horse pull a calf behind them with a rope.
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