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Rodeo is in Town end of July

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The rodeo is coming to Lee Speedway in Epping, NH the end of July. Will be an awesome event for bull riding and barrel racing. Hope to see everyone outfitted at Cactus City for this event. We'll also be bringing some special products to the rodeo.




5 Sites to Visit to Satisfy your Western Needs

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As members of the equine industry we always are on the lookout for others who share our passion. After countless hours spent scouring the web, we've put together a list of those who we believe are as passionate as we are. Here's a list of five sites to visit to satisfy your western needs.

1. Country Hipster - boots. beauty. bliss.


What do you think about when you hear the words country and hipster in the same sentence? Probably not a western-related blog created by a twenty-something year old Utahna1-11 named Taylor. With over 20 pairs of cowboy boots, her blog is dedicated to the subject. Taylor's message is simple. She loves cowboy boots, and wants to show others that wearing them doesn't mean that you're headed to a rodeo. What's great about this blog is its simplicity. It has a small-town country feel that really puts you in Taylor's shoes (or boots) during your visit. Her content is original and doesn't rely on cheap gimmicks to get you to stay. It's just the memoirs of one girl on a mission to help others by sharing her story. Her blog doesn't stop at just cowboy boots however. You'll often find her blogging about music, photography, road trips and her personal experiences. If you'd like to jump into Taylor's world you can find her at


2. The Cowgirl Manifesto - A Modern Declaration to a Life Well Lived


marissaberg7The Cowgirl Manifesto is a great blog written by a woman named Marissa who seeks to bring women together through a common link, the cowgirl lifestyle. Created in 2011, The Cowgirl Manifesto stresses that women shouldn't be afraid to follow their dreams and grow their own self worth. Those from all over the country can learn to overcome their difficulties and become the best possible version of themselves. Marissa hopes to inspire women with her own story of success and disappointment. She believes that through hard work and faith in a higher power you can overcome any challenge that life throws at you. She's not afraid to get down and dirty when necessary, but can still act like a lady when she needs to. If you venture over to her blog, you'll find posts about barrel racing, rodeos, food, beauty and more. No matter whether you grew up in the city, or out in the country, you'll find something here for you. Head on over to her blog and find out more about her incredible story at


3. Horses & Heels - More than a Blog, it's a Lifestyle


Looking for an all-in-one western lifestyle blog that contains everything from home decor to cowboy boots and designer spotlights? Horses & Heels may just be the blog for you then. Started in 2010 with a smallSouthwest-style-in-California following, this blog now reaches thousands of readers daily. The creator Raquel is a self-admitted lover of Pomeranians (she actually has one named Mango), barrel racing, palm trees, Paint horses and more. Her site even contains cute fashion ideas (with links to purchase) that'll be sure to satisfy all your western cravings. Raquel has a large section of outfits that you can browse through, to help you complete your perfect chic look. Whether you want something casual for around the office, or an outfit you can wear around town, you'll find it here! The food section of her blog will make your mouth water, with everything from Pineapple & Black Bean Chili to Spicy Sausage & Pepper Soup. You don't have to be on the dusty trail to enjoy these modern twists on wester favorites. When Raquel's not working on Horses & Heels you can find her contributing to Cowgirl Magazine online. If this all sounds like your cup of tea, then make your way over to


4. Art for Horse Lovers - Stephanie M. Dunatov


Horseworks-Art for Horse LoversArt is something that appeals to people of all backgrounds, no matter where they're from. You don't have to be big into horses or the western lifestyle to appreciate the art of Stephanie M. Dunatov. Seeing herself as more than just an artist, Stephanie spends her time painting, sculpting, doodling and putting together collages. She prides herself in putting her two passions of art and horses together and sharing them with others. On her site, you'll find a portfolio of her work (all horse-related of course) that come in a variety of different styles. Stephanie puts so much time and dedication into all of her art pieces, and it really shows. She spent 12 long weeks creating an incredible life-size horse sculpture for the Horses Saratoga Style 2007 event, in Saratoga Springs, New York. You're bound to find something to your liking here. See all her amazing works at


5. Web Services Etc - Equine Services


Web Services Etc has been helping businesses gain an internet presence for over 16 years. After10423282_10152947940056392_7383464513375781679_n Cathy, the owner, left her marketing job at a magazine publishing company, she decided to become a web designer. This has allowed her to make a living by putting her lifelong passion of horses together with her newly-found creative side. She wants people to know and understand the potential of using the Internet when marketing a business. Her services include web development, search engine optimizations, social media marketing, and more. When she isn't working, she likes to compete on the Quarter Horse circuit and shows in both Showmanship and Pleasure driving. Find her and her web services at


Other Links to Check Out:

  Pleasure Saddle Horse
 Registry   Equiview Marketing - Horse Trails and Campgrounds -- Horse trails and campgrounds throughout North America (and some outside NA). Use riders' ratings of trails and camps and get local weather forecasts to help plan your trip.

About Cactus City

Cactus City has the largest selection of cowboy boots in the northeast, in addition to western wear and English tack and clothing.  Our primary brands for cowboy boots consist of Lucchese, Tony Lama, Durango, Ariat, Justin, Corral Boots, among others.  Our cowboy hats include brands such as Stetson, Bailey, and Bullhide Hats.  Our western jeans and shirts include brands like Wrangler and Pan Handle Slim.  On our English clothing line up, we carry a broad selection of Kerrits, Ariat, and RJ Classic products.

Cactus City is a subsidiary of Brumby Saddlery Inc. and has been in business since 1993 and continues to be family owned and operated. The store front is located in Hampton, New Hampshire and consists of over 4000 square feet of high quality merchandise with a huge selection of English & Western Boots, Saddles, Tack & Apparel Over 200 Name Brands.