Gary Blackburn began life at a coal camp in Spring Canyon, Carbon County, Utah in 1928, coming from a long line of ranchers, cowboys and pioneers who settled Utah. He began cowboying at a young age, often staying with cousins and uncles helping herd cattle and sheep in Carbon and Emery Counties. Gary rodeoed, riding […]
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These chaps are worn by the Flying U Dodge Ram pickup men at rodeos around the country. Donated courtesy of Flying U Rodeo. Interested in donating? Contact us today.
The Musicians’ Union Band, Local 356, better known as the Ogden Rodeo Band, welcomed each horse or bull out of the chutes with music geared to the thud of the animal’s fee; or provided just the right background noise for the specialty acts. They were as traditional as the rodeo for many years. The drums […]