Red Steagall: Somewhere West of Wall Street
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“Somewhere West of Wall Street” is simply the most recent addition to the long list of noteworthy accomplishments by the Renaissance cowboy, singer-songwriter, poet, author, and show host Red Steagall.

“My quarter horse, Grey Dog, and I are off to explore the people, places, and stories of the American West,” Steagall says. “We will discover the horses and the history of ranches like the 6666s Ranch, Pitchfork Ranch, Waggoner Ranch, JA Ranch, and King Ranch —just to name a few. We will visit museums that present and perpetuate the image and lifestyle of the American West.” READ MORE

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