Cowboy Country TV Recipes Cowboy Cookin' Recipes
Trailblazers
															Hall of FameTrailblazers Hall of Fame
Cowboy Country TV Recipe Books for saleReserve Your Copy Now

Trailblazers

All Trailblazers
Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6
Season 7

A E Cross -
Rancher and one of the 'Big Four' founders of the Calgary Stampede.

Airwolf -
Verne Franklin's multi-champion bucking horse

Al Stohlman -
Renowned leather craftsman and author.

Andy Russell -
Outfitter turned conservationist advocated for wildlife.

Anna Chevalier -
Canadian diving horse rider who performed all across the West.

Antone Boitanio -
Working cowboy from the Cariboo.

Bert Sheppard -
Well respected cowboy, rancher and partner in the OH Ranch.

Bill Peyto -
Banff National Park warden and guide.

Bill Twan -
Respected cowboss on B.C.'s massive Alkali Lake Ranch.

Bob Nolan -
Canadian-born singer, songwriter, actor and a founding member of the Sons of the Pioneers.

Bud Cotton -
Cowboy who oversaw Canada's first herd of rescued bison.

BX Stagecoach Line -
B.C.'s top-notch stagecoach line.

Carl Olson -
Canada's first world champion bronc rider.

CFCW -
One of Alberta's oldest radio stations.

Charles Noble -
Farmer and inventor of the Noble plow which slowed and often eliminated erosion.

Charlie Russell -
Famous western artist.

Chunky Woodward -
A department store magnate who was a cowboy at heart.

Clem Gardner -
Rodeo champion, rancher and chuckwagon driver.

Commissioner Wood -
RCMP officer and founder of the Musical Ride.

Crowfoot -
Famed Blackfoot chief.

Cyclone Smith -
Williams Lake area rancher and founder of the Williams Lake Stampede.

David Thompson -
The greatest explorer and surveyor in all North America.

Don Remington -
Rancher and founder of Alberta's Remington Carriage Museum.

Duncan McEachran -
Veterinarian who established contagious disease-control programs.

Earl Bascom -
Famed bronze sculptor who made rodeo safer with his inventions.

Elizabeth Greenhow -
Astute and successful B.C. cattle rancher.

Elmer Jamieson -
Rancher turned guide and outfitter.

Eric Harvie -
Oilman whose philanthropy founded Alberta's Glenbow Museum.

Father Lacombe -
Father Albert Lacombe founded missions in Alberta.

Father McDougall -
Early Canadian missionary.

Florence LeDue -
Trick rider and fancy roper.

Gabreil Dumont -
Métis leader

General Pilsner -
Johanson brothers famous tame brahma bull.

George Lane -
Rancher and one of the 'Big Four' founders of the Calgary Stampede.

George Normand -
Multi-award winning chuckwagon driver.

Geraldine Moodie -
One of the few female photographers of the pioneer years.

Gordon Bell -
Enterpreneur and founder of the Three Valley Gap ghost town.

Grant MacEwan -
Glenbow historian who wrote Alberta's cowboy history.

Guy Weadick -
Flamboyant cowboy and trick rider who helped organize the first Calgary Stampede.

Hank Pallister -
Brand inspector and author who published a history on brands.

Hans Richter -
B.C. horseman and rodeo legend.

Harragin Sisters -
Canada's first female guides in Jasper National Park.

Harry Hargrave -
Beef cattle and sheep research scientist, extensionist, and agricultural adviser to the U of Alberta.

Herman Linder -
Alberta cowboy who won 22 championships; including 12 All Around titles.

High Chaparral -
Saskatchewan-born bronc inducted into Canadian Professional Rodeo Hall of Fame.

Isabella Miller Haraga -
Famed horse trainer who 'turned and burned' the barrel racing world.

James Sanderson -
Early frontiersman, rancher and trader.

Jerome & Thadius Harper -
Founders of the Gang Ranch in B.C.

Jerry Potts -
Métis guide who saved the NWMP from disaster.

JH Necklace -
The Gang Ranch-born mare turned bronc inducted in the Canadian Professional Rodeo Hall of Fame.

John & Oliver Jeffries -
Americans who brought in the first sizable herd of cattle to B.C.

John Innes -
Early artist who literally painted his way across the Canadian West.

John Ware -
Born a slave, John Ware became Alberta's most famous cowboy.

Johnny Boychuk -
Emerald Lake and Canmore guide and outfitter.

Kenny McLean -
Canada's most decorated rodeo cowboy.

Kootenai Brown -
Buffalo hunter who became the first park warden of Waterton National Park.

Lloyd Dolen -
Rancher, rodeo stock contractor and cowboy poet.

Louis Riel -
Controversial leader who was later hung for treason.

Margie Linthicum -
Rancher and first female cattle judge at Agribition.

Midnight -
The most famous bucking horse in the world.

Nettie Ware -
Daughter and famous black cowboy, John Ware.

Paddy Cripps -
Rancher, wife and mother - but mostly rancher in B.C.'s rugged Cariboo.

Pan Phillips -
Enterpreneur and rancher in B.C.

Pat Burns -
Rancher and one of the 'Big Four' founders of the Calgary Stampede.

Pete Bruised Head -
Renowned native cowboy and widely acknowledged as the first man to ride famed bronc, Midnight.

Pete Knight -
Famed cowboy who was the first to ride Midnight in a professional competition.

Ralph Loosmore -
Rancher, trainer who expertise included his famous Belgian horses.

Ron Glass -
Horseman and multi-championship chuckwagon driver.

Sam Steele -
North West Mounted Police officer whose legacy lives on.

Seager Wheeler -
Canada's most famous farmer and author.

Sen. James Gladstone -
First Nations senator - elected to the senate before Natives had the right to vote.

Sitting Bull -
The famous war chief who bested Custer.

Slim Moorehouse -
Teamster who drove the famous hitch of 36 in the Calgary Stampede parade.

Stu Davis -
Early Alberta cowboy singer.

Tom Dorchester -
Multi-champion chuckwagon driver.

Tom Lauder -
Multi-champion rodeo cowboy and chuckwagon driver.

Tom Three Persons -
First Nations bronc rider who won the first Calgary Stampede.

Val Haynes -
B.C. horseman and rodeo legend.

Verne Franklin -
Rodeo stock contractor who unleashed the likes of Transport and Airwolf.

Wildhorse Jack Morton -
Rancher, chuckwagon racer and 'the most admired man' on Alberta's early range.

Wilf Carter -
Canadian yodeller whose career began in the Rockies.

Will James -
Artist and author who homesteaded in Saskatchewan.

William Ogle -
Rancher and first president of the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association.

William Roper Hull -
Pioneer rancher, entrepreneur, land developer and philanthropist.

WJ Oliver -
Famed photographer who chronicled the early years of the West.

Canadian Cowboy Country Magazine current issueCurrent Issue
Cowboy Country Magazine on Facebook
Cowboy Country TV DVD for saleDVDs Available
for Purchase!

Canadian Cowboy Country MagazineRFD TV Rural America Network