Category Archives: Memoirs of a Horse Trader’s son
A long time ago I decided to split this blog up into 2 or more. One for the horse stories, and one for technology and writing. Well, I finally got around to doing it. For stories and ongoing commentary about … Continue reading
A while back I wrote a story entitled ‘The Great Rodeo Trainers’, which was sold to a Helium Marketplace publisher with exclusive (I thought) rights. Now I see the story has reappeared on Helium’s website, so I’m thinking it was … Continue reading
Some pros and cons of driving a beater car, using the “Field Car” as an example. Includes tips on turning a car into a beater, plus things to avoid with beaters, like trying to outrun the police. Continue reading
I have a new story published on Triond (AuthSpot), with a copy also on Helium. It’s entitled “Poor Old Charlie’s Wake,” and gives a good example of the extents to which my mom, the horse trader, would go to make … Continue reading
The Wild Horse Race is a thrilling rodeo event at which 10 wild horses compete for audience applause by racing around the arena and trying to stomp the tar out of 30 lunatic cowboys. These cowboys (and the occasional cowgirl, … Continue reading
I’ve submitted an article (a story, really) about an uncommon rodeo event called the Wild Horse Race to AC. Eventually I’ll post all or part of it here, but I want to see how it does there, first.
From ‘Memoirs of a Horse Trader’s Son’ The Great Rodeo Trainers Update 10/12/2007 – this story has been selected by ‘Western Lifestyle Magazine’ for publication in an upcoming issue. I’m an actual published author – in print! Update 12/12/2007 – … Continue reading