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Volume 4, No. 8
August 6, 2009
We've got everything for ridin', ropin', rodeoin' Jeans, hats, and boots & tack for showin' We've got it all from tack to ties So cowboy up down at Roy Frey's!
Our moms told us, "if you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all." And as good cowboys and cowgirls, we believe strongly in listening to our mothers. Which is exactly why we decided to have the Everything Wrangler Sale. Because we feel like telling folks that they can go out to Roy Frey Western, and buy two pieces of Wrangler Western apparel and receive 10 bucks back in the mail is pretty nice. So nice in fact, we think that it's going to have a lot of people talking. Which should make everyone's moms real proud. Offer valid on all Wrangler men's, women's and children's apparel anytime from August 7th through August 30th. See Roy Frey Western for more details. Wrangler Western Wear. Long Live Cowboys.
Back To School
Cowboys and cowgirls are getting ready to go back to school this month with new Wrangler jeans, shirts, belts and a new pair of boots. Cowgirls are loving the 20X Desert Mirage . They are stone washed with back pocket trim. Top them off with great tees from Cruel Girl. Cowboys can choose from the original Wranglers, 20X or Carpenter jeans and great looking Wrangler shirts.
New Ariat boots in a variety of colors and styles will have the kids well shod for the school year. Taylor Swift has made wearing cowboy boots with dresses a fashion trend for cowgirls of all ages!
Check out the new Western backpacks!
Register to Win a Trip to the National Finals Rodeo
Register to Win Trip to National Finals Rodeo this coming December in Las Vegas. Stop by the store and drop your name in the registration box. Listen to FM 94 Country for more details on the trip and other locations to register to win.
Congratulations to the following drawing winners of Cowboy Living products during the July 6th Annual Boot Sale:
• Stacie Coder, Effingham, winner of the 16 piece Buckaroo Stoneware Dishware by Cowboy Living.
• Marilyn Wooster, Topeka and Drew Sinn, Manhattan, Buckaroo Stoneware Salt & Pepper Shakers
• Clara Glover, Carbondale, Barbwire Serving Jar
• Sam Lilley, Manhattan, Longhorn Cups & Saucers
• Brenda Spurlock, Topeka, Brands Table Runner
August Boot Special – Tony Lama Boots 20% Off
Cowboys, check out the exotic boot clearance – up to 50% off of select styles from Lucchese, Ariat, Nocona and Justin. Stingray, Ostrich, Elephant, Eel, Ostrich Leg, and Lizard – round, square or western toes, in all colors – chocolate, tan, black and black cherry!
For August, all Tony Lama boots are 20% off! Includes Tony Lama work boots and 3R styles. Cowgirls, the new Tony Lama “Star” – see info below – are 20% off this month as well!
Magazines at Roy Frey Western
Roy Frey Western is now carrying I. M. Cowgirl, Equus and Horse & Rider magazines at the store for your shopping convenience. Discover I.M. Cowgirl - a magazine written for and about the life of the western woman. Covering the untold stories of Western women from around the globe. http://www.imcowgirl.com/
Christmas in July
Roy Frey Western had a booth at the annual “Women’s Day Out – Christmas In July” event sponsored by Channel 27 & 43 this past month. Here’s a preview of what to expect in about 6 months! Our tree is up and our ornaments are out! The Christmas
Painted Ponies are really cute this year – start your collection now. Layaways are available!
Midwest Mustang and Burro Saddle Club – August Adoption
The mission of the Midwest Mustang & Burro Saddle Club is to promote and preserve America’s living legends – the American wild horses and burros. We will educate the public and introduce them to the unique attributes of these fine equines. We will support new adopters and assist them to establish a strong relationship with their mustangs and burros. We will work to find loving homes for as many wild horses and burros as possible.
The Midwest Mustang and Burro Saddle Club has worked closely with BLM and
have earned their respect. BLM sponsored the Midwest Mustang and Burro
Saddle Club at the American Royal parade last year. The BLM refers a lot of
people to the Midwest Mustang and Burro Saddle Club who adopt mustangs. The
Midwest Mustang and Burro Saddle Club has an email group with members in
several Midwest states and also a group who does demonstrations, parades,
and promotions for the mustangs. The main goal of this Club is to make sure
people have a positive experience with their mustang and therefore more
successful adoptions. We meet four times a year and usually have an annual
meeting at Lake Shawnee in January. We hold de-spooking practices at
Heartland Ranch to help our member's horses to become better horses when out
We believe in the mustangs but also respect other breeds of horses.
Mustangs sometimes get negative responses from other breeds because they
have been exposed to the Mustang before all the gentle methods of training
horses were introduced. Thanks to the mustangs, people like John Lyons,
Linda and Pat Parelli, Dennis Reis, Cindy Branham now teach the more horse
whisperer type training. This method started by watching wild horses and
their body language. Thank goodness for this type training versus the old
cowboy way. All horses have become better because of this training. We hope
that one day the mustangs will get the respect they deserve.
For more information on the Midwest Mustang and Burro Saddle Club contact co-founders, Randy and Kristi Billinger of Wellsville, and/or Dona Brown of Topeka. Website www.midwestmustangandburro.com
Topeka BLM Wild Horse Adoption
Thurs. preview 4-6 pm
Friday Adoption 8 am-6pm
Sat. adoption 8 am -noon
Oral bid adoption starts at 10 am on Friday
Open adoption - remainder of the weekend.
Cindy Branham to conduct free demos all weekend
Midwest Mustang group available all week end
For more information contact Dona Brown 785-286-1846
New Arrivals at Roy Frey Western -
Fall merchandise is arriving faster than we can unpack it and put it out! Help us out by coming in and taking some of it home! Here are the new exciting things to look for –
• Justin Ostrich boots from the AQHA Lifestyle Collection – 3 different
styles in Cognac square and round toes for cowboys and cowgirls and
Chocolate square toe boots for cowboys. Beautiful!
• Ariat “Erin” mules – WOW – Cowgirls, these are lightweight, comfortable shoes for the office or casual dress. Give yourself “happy” feet in a pair of Ariats.
• Wrangler Ladies Long Sleeve Tees with a rope “Peace” sign in hot pink & army green – very cute!
• Ladies Blouses – two styles in turquoise and chocolate – yum, yum!
• Cowgirl Tuff – hot new stuff – red satin vest reverses to black with matching long-sleeve knit – check out the new styles at www.cowgirltuffco.com
• Coming soon – lots of vests and sweatshirts for fall!
• Ladies Jeans
o Ladies Stetson Jeans – 2 new styles – classic boot cut & mid-rise relaxed boot fit – great finish. Come try on a pair!
o Cruel Girl “Mattie” jeans – super new style
o Cowgirl Tuff “Barbwire” jeans – party on down and look great!
o Petrol “Whitney” – big stitching in strategic places and back pocket trim
o Ethyl – Tuxedo black suede stripe jeans studded with rhinestones for a night out on the town. Matching jackets, vests, and knit tops.
o Ethyl – Western Beading – Turquoise and rust beads accented with rhinestones give this western look and new exciting update.
• Walls Work Wear jeans for cowboys – relaxed fit at a great price!
• Cowhides – Extra large size in a beautiful mahogany with white and light tan and white. Use as a bedspread or on the floor to create a focal point for your room.
• Round “Star” Cowhide Rug – 3’ in diameter, beautiful accent rug under a coffee table or in a hallway. Western home décor doesn’t get any better than this!
• Rusty Rierson’s CD “Till The Fat Lady Sings” and his 3 song CD “Good Morning Glory” both are wonderful! Rusty is a grad student at KSU and is headed for a great singing career.
Ernie Rodina says “Rusty Rierson will take your listening pleasure to a higher level; His music is truly unbelievable!” If you haven’t heard Rusty, go visit his web site and check out his schedule:
• Western Lamps – Come in to see the new Montana Silversmith’s statue lamps. Beautiful and unique. “When Beef Was Wild” is perfect for an office or as a western accent piece. “First Love”
featuring a little girl and her horse is 18” tall. Other lamp designs feature Running Horses in pewter, Buffalo, Vintage Cowgirls, and Stone Metal Horse lamps.
• Western rugs for home or runners for the living quarter horse trailer.
• Texas Star Dishware pattern – stoneware in blue with brown star accents – it is sooo cool! Looks great with cowhide and copper chargers! Comes in a 16 piece setting.
• Bedspreads have been selling like hotcakes! Star patterns now come in tan, chocolate, or black. Brands, barrel racers, and team ropers are available as well. Coordinate with towels, sheets,
throws, pillows, shower curtains, valances or curtain panels. Quick way to give your bedroom a facelift!
• New Tri-color jewelry from Montana Silversmith – Gold, copper & silver accented with black necklaces and earrings. Beautiful! Check out the new western rings as well. Made in the USA!
• Show hats for kids – new from Bailey Hats, a 4X felt hat for ideal for horse shows that comes in sizes 6 ½ and up. Comes in black and bone.
• Rider’s Rasps and Rider’s Rasps Refills – a must have in your tack box in case your horse throws a shoe and you need to file off the rough edges to keep from splitting. Great for the natural trim fans.
• Navajo saddle pads – for over your pad. Reversible black, white & blue to black, white & lime or black, white & purple to black, white & blue. Economical.
• Tony Lama Star Boots for Cowgirls – 20% Off in August!
Roy Frey Western is now carrying three styles of the Tony Lama Stars – Black Patent Alligator; Autumn Ostrich Grain; and Tan Stallion. Not only are these boots great for barrel racing, they are perfect for trail riding!
Fair Parades in August
Watch for “Roy” (the RFW fiberglass horse & cowboy monkey) in the upcoming County Fair Parades:
August 4 – 7:00 – Jefferson County 4-H Fair, Valley Falls
August 9 – 1:00 – Pott County Fair, Onaga
August 11 – 7:00 - Atchison County Fair, Effingham www.thenewsleaf.com/fair.htm
August 11 – 7:00 – Leavenworth County Fair, Tonganoxie
Ariat Boot Resoling Program
In time, even the highest quality shoes or boots will show signs of wear, so Ariat is proud to offer a resoling program for our leather, rubber and crepe sole boots. It’s simple- just ship them in our postage-paid bag, and you will get them back refurbished and resoled with original Ariat components. Come by Roy Frey Western to pick up a postage-paid bag. Visit www.nushoe.com for more information or call 1-877-349-6673. www.ARIAT.com
Coming in September – Pro Equine Leg Protection Special Sale
Watch for more details on our Pro Equine Leg Protection Special Sale in September. Black, Lime, Orange, Pink, Purple, White, and Green, Blue &Pink Camo – front and hind boots. Pro Equine’s Sport Boot offer the industry’s best protection available. Constructed from top quality neoprene and shock absorbing foam, the patented, one-piece construction protects your horse’s delicate tissue areas from the concussion that can result from crossover interference. The Sport Boot also reduces hyperextension and load placed on the lower limb tendon and ligaments. Pro Equine products – your horse’s safety….your peace of mind.
Fun Fact for August
Horses' hooves grow approximately 0.25 in a month, and take nearly a year to grow from the coronet band to the ground.
From – Fun Facts About Horses http://www.tahoemeadows.com/horse_facts.htm
Quote for August
There is no greater pleasure than a nice ride on a nice horse on a beautiful day.
- Judy Richter
Liz’s Trail Corner
Great trail days are upon us. Let's get out and ride--really ride. Last week I had a most enjoyable time on the Sunflower State Games trail ride. Twenty-six riders competed in the various divisions for 25 and 15 miles. The ride was held at Lake Perry and Kay Wolfe served as ride director. The ride was sanctioned by Middle of the Trail Distance Riders Association, and a more gracious group you would be hard-pressed to find. Please check out their website on our links. They have several more rides this year. If you have ever wondered what distance riding is all about you couldn't go wrong by checking out one of their events. Sometimes it is surprising what you can find right in your own backyard.
Two of my students won medals in the Junior Division. I had a great time
riding with them and watching them discover the joys of trail riding and to
appreciate the dedication and attention to detail which makes a great
competitive rider. Congratulations, Tyler and Cameron.
During my farrier's last visit here he gave me a tip I would like to
share with you. It seems that there is an abundance of nettles around this
year, and if your horse happens to step into some of these prickly plants
you might find yourself in somewhat of a mess. To prevent the nettles from
sticking onto your horse--smear a coating of Vaseline on all four legs. It
certainly is an easy way to prevent a problem. Thanks for the tip, Bob
For those of you who might be looking for an alternative to the bit you are currently using --or maybe your horse is giving you some hints--like head tossing, lack of responsiveness, etc. please check out the "S" hackamores at the store. They are endorsed by Magic.
Top 10 Exercises to Become A Better Equestrian
10. Drop a heavy steel object on your foot. Don't pick it up right away. Shout, "Get off, Stupid, GET OFF!"
9. Leap out of a moving vehicle and practice "relaxing into the fall." Roll lithely into a ball and spring to your feet.
8. Learn to grab your checkbook out of your purse and write out a $500 check without even looking down.
7. Jog long distances carrying a halter and a carrot. Go ahead and tell the neighbors what you are doing - they might as well know now.
6. Affix a pair of reins to a moving freight train and practice pulling to a halt. Smile as if you are having fun.
5. Hone your fibbing skills: "See hon, moving hay bales is FUN!" and "No,
really, I'm glad your lucky performance and multimillion dollar horse won
the blue ribbon. I am just thankful that
my hard work and actual ability won me second place."
4. Practice dialing your chiropractor's number with both arms paralyzed to the shoulder and one foot anchoring the lead rope of a frisky horse.
3. Borrow the US Army's slogan: Be All That You Can Be -- bitten, thrown, kicked, slimed, trampled, frozen...
2. Lie face down in a puddle of mud in your most expensive riding clothes and repeat to yourself, "This is a learning experience, this is a learning experience, this is ..."
1. THE NUMBER ONE EXERCISE TO BECOME A BETTER EQUESTRIAN: Marry money.
- At Roy Frey Western Lifestyles
On our 4th of July Trail Ride at Rock Creek Station, Fairbury, NE, we tried something new – an omelet in a bag for Sunday morning breakfast. We had heard great reviews from our trail riding friends and also saw an article about omelets in a bag in the Iowa Outdoors magazine. This is a real fun way to get everyone involved in fixing breakfast.
Here are Kathy and Dewayne eating their omelet’s in a bag!
Omelet In a Bag
This works great!!! Good for when all your family or a group of friends are together. The best part is that no one has to wait for their special omelet and the clean-up is easy!!!
Have guests write their name on a quart-size Ziploc freezer bag with permanent marker.
Crack 2 eggs (large or extra-large) into the bag (not more than 2) shake to combine them.
Put out a variety of ingredients such as: cheeses, ham, bacon (pre-cooked), sausage (pre-cooked), onion, green pepper, mushrooms, tomato, hash browns, salsa, etc. Salt & pepper to taste.
Each guest adds prepared ingredients of choice to their bag and shake. Make sure to get the air out of the bag and zip it up.
Place the bags into rolling, boiling water for exactly 13 minutes. You can usually cook 6-8 omelets in a large pot. For more, make another pot of boiling water.
Cut the tops of the bags to open and the omelet will roll out easily. Be prepared for everyone to be amazed.
Nice to serve with fresh fruit and coffee cake; everyone gets involved in the process and a great conversation piece...
Donate Old Cowboy Boots to Winding River Girl Scouts
Winding River Camp & Equestrian Center, Dearborn, MO is in need of “well loved” and in good condition cowboy boots. Many of the 2nd – 8th grade girls may only get the opportunity to come to Winding River once a year. They often do not have boots or helmets so Winding River provides them. This has become quite a challenge as well over a 1,000 young girls come to Winding River for the Spring and Fall Program. We would welcome all sizes of used boots. Roy Frey Western in Topeka and Y Bar H in Olathe has offered to serve as drop off locations. If you would like more information about Winding River you can go to: www.theranchatloneoak.com or contact Linda Grimmett (816) 914-0490.
Equine Events Happenings – Mark your calendars!
Visit www.royfreywestern.com and click on the Upcoming Events bar on the right for more equine event information. Here’s what’s happening:
|2009 Event Schedule
August 8 FoxEye Ranch LLC Ultimate Horsemen’s Challenge—Lawrence KS
Contact: Chris Mensch (816) 682-8785 email@example.com
August 29—30 Flint Hills Challenge—Ultimate Horsemen’s Challenge—Clinic/Event at Flying W Ranch—Cedar Point KS—
Contact: Gwen Hoy (620) 274-4357 firstname.lastname@example.org Rex Buchman (620) 794-5332 email@example.com
September 20 Calamity Jane Horsemen’s Challenge at Princeton MO
Contact: Runt Rageth (660)748-3696/(660)748-6497
October 10-11 Simms Cattle Company Ranch Horse Challenge —Butler MO
Contact: Scott Simms (660) 679-6338 / (660) 679-1833 Cheri Simms (660) 679-1133
Ride the Trail of Children’s Tears
Ride the Trail of Children’s Tears to benefit missing and exploited children, October 9-11 at The Cowboy Way Ranch near Westmoreland, KS. Pre-register by Oct. 1st for food requirements. For more information go to www.nektr.homestead.com/about.html.
The Cowboy Way Ranch is located at 10075 Shanuk Lane, Westmoreland, KS. Set on 1,000 acres of trees, rolling prairie and over 250 campsites. There will be four trails available for the most experienced rider to the beginner rider. Each will have a wrangler guide.
Fall Dream Ride in the Flint Hills
Purina Fall Dream Ride in the Flint Hills
Flying W Ranch, Clements, KS
Three beautiful rides, great food, valuable door prizes, STRATEGY Horse Feed, equine clinics, live entertainment! $135/rider; $70/non-rider
Lots of primitive camping space. Limited to 100 riders. Horse rental available at Flying W (620-274-6763).
Santa Fe Trail Days
Santa Fe Trail Days
October 2-3, 2009
Overbrook Fairgrounds, US 56 & Cedar, Overbrook, KS
For more details go to ExploreOsage.com or call 785-828-3242
Friday – Crafts & demonstrators: Take a trip back in time and come and see a Dog Soldier, Mountain Men Camp, Batter B Artillery, Story Teller, Spinner, Quilter, Petting Zoo, Aces and Six Guns and much more. Lunch will be Milk Can Stew. The 5 pm meal is brisket followed by live entertainment.
Sat. – 7 am biscuits and gravy and same crafts and demonstrators as
10:30 am – Parade (begins and ends at fairgrounds
Lunch – Vendors including Santa Fe Trail Meats and Masons
12:30 – Wild Mustangs in Arena followed by a Youth and Adult Shodeo
7-9 pm – Supper & Street Dance by Border Line
All Day: Saloon tent will serve Root Beer, Cream Soda and Sarsaparilla
Saddle Ridge Trail Riders Fund Raiser
Come for a day of great trail riding at Hillsdale Lake and help raise funds for the Saddle Ridge Trail Riders for only $20 per person!
Prize drawing before cookout. Band starts around 8 pm.
Cookout is at 5:30 pm. Bring a covered dish. Meat, tableware and soda provided. Please bring your own lawn chairs.
Directions: 169 Hwy to Hillsdale exit; turn West on 255th. Go past Lost & Found Restaurant. Turn North on Harmony Road 1/2 mile to water tower. Go West to Saddle Ridge (follow signs).
Camping is available at site for an additional fee. There will also be a parking fee. For more information see the registration post upon arrival.
For more information call Rex Medlin at 913-731-4280 or Tina Coddington at 913-783-4588.
Cystic Fibrosis Trail Ride at Circle S Guest Ranch
The 9th Annual Trail Ride For the Cure benefitting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will be held on Sunday, September 27, 2009, at the Circle S Guest Ranch & Country Inn, 3325 Circle S Lane, Lawrence, KS. Registration begins at noon and the ride starts at 1:00 pm.
The top two fundraisers will each win a night’s stay at the Circle S Ranch on a night to be arranged with the Circle S.
A $35 minimum donation per rider includes dinner and one ticket for the prize drawing. Riders will receive one additional ticket for each additional $10 collected up to a maximum of 23 tickets. Call Becki at 913-886-2853 or Candace at 913-796-6924. http://heartofamerica.cff.org/trailride
UHCA/ExCA Event & Mid Central Regional Championship
Save the week-end of October 17-18 and plan a trip to Saddle & Sirloin in Kansas City to compete in or just come to watch a great Ultimate Horseman's Challenge Association event and the Mid Central Regional Championship for the Extreme Cowboy Association. More details will follow. For more information on the UHCA go to www.ultimatehca.com and for the ExCA call Bill Hull at 254-595-2393, or firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.extremecowboyassociation.com/.
2009 Extreme Cowboy World Champion Race in Topeka Nov 13-15
Hang on to your hats everybody! The original Extreme Cowboy, Craig Cameron is bringing Extreme Cowboy Racing to the Kansas Expo Centre in Topeka, Kansas, November 13 - 15, 2009. This is the real deal; the best cowboys and cowgirls in the United States will be competing in the Extreme Cowboy Association World Championship. The contestants will compete in up to 6 different Divisions; Young Guns, ages 7-11; Youth, ages 12-17; Novice; Non-Pro, Pro and Ride Smart, ages 55 and over. The contestants will take on the challenging Extreme Cowboy course consisting of obstacles that will challenge their riding skills and test their partnership with their horses. The top horse/rider team from each Division will be crowned the 2009 Extreme Cowboy World Champion!
In addition to the excitement of the Extreme Cowboy World Championship, Craig will be educating and entertaining the World Championship crowd as he demonstrates his renowned horsemanship skills with a one hour session each morning prior to the beginning of the competition. Each demonstration will focus on a specific area of horsemanship with a new topic each day. These sessions will begin at 9:00 AM. As a member of the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Culver Academy Hall of Fame, you will have the opportunity to see one of the finest horsemen in the United States.
In addition to the fun filled action, there will be a trade show with quality merchandise including the Craig Cameron Collection consisting of tack and apparel. Tickets for a single day or the entire weekend can be purchased in advance or at the gate. Ticket prices are $12 per day or $30 for the entire weekend. Tickets that are purchased by October 15 are $25.00 for the entire weekend and single day tickets are $10. Tickets may be purchase on line by going to EXCA's Merchandise Page or the Craig Cameron Online Store.
This promises to be a heart-thumping, foot-stomping, up and out of your
seat weekend! Don't miss out, come join Craig Cameron for a fun filled
weekend at the Extreme Cowboy World Championship!
Contact Email email@example.com
Contact Phone 254-595-2393
Better Horses Radio
| Tune in Sunday mornings at 6:00 a.m.
to 106.9 FM radio for
the Better Horses show starring Ernie Rodina (Bronco Ernie)
and co-host, Dawn Dawson.
Ernie highlights area trainers and horse happenings. Listen
for Jo & Dewayne to talk about trends in the industry and
new product arrivals at Roy Frey Western.
For more information, visit www.betterhorsesradio.com
Helping Hands Humane Society
Roy Frey Western encourages you to adopt a Helping Hands Humane Society, Topeka or Jefferson County Humane Society dog that needs a farm/ranch life and would be good around livestock. We are proud to help find these loving dogs a new home. Get a $10 cook book for yourself or give one as a gift and help the HHHS.
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