No two Paint Horses are alike, and neither are the people who love them. It’s this uniqueness–this common thread of passion for the horse–that is the foundation of Chrome, an equestrian magazine like no other.
After a devastating car wreck left her battered and broken, Amy Novacek picked herself back up, determined to heal with a newfound purpose in life.
While colored horses aren’t new to Irish equine enthusiasts, Stephen Cox’s homebred overo Paint Horses are turning the tide and bringing riders over to the Western way of riding.
Kiva James Lindaman keeps the glitz and glamour of vintage cowgirl fashions alive while serving her Arizona community with a smile.
Brit West isn’t just the face of a clothing and jewelry line; she’s a horsewoman who has built a fashion empire from the ground up. And she isn’t finished creating.
Six contemporary Western artists shed light on creating, collecting and painting horses, and it’s continued significance in today’s artistic landscape.
Scents of sawdust and sweetness blend together in Jade Martin’s kitchen as she finds respite from the horse business in decadent bites of her imaginative desserts.
Tucked inside a multi-million-acre Adirondack preserve, this dude ranch has become a home away from home for its guests.
The soul of a good county fair is in the sauntering—the ritual maze of bodies floating along the serpentine of livestock pens.
Artful depiction of the horse would not be complete without acknowledging its place in Native American art.