A few days before Steve and his production crew arrived at the Cross Three Ranch in McClain, Texas to interview owner Ronnie Ferguson and his family, a horrific wildfire broke out and burned thousands of acres of pasture land in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
Since Steve is a third-generation rancher, he knew it would be interesting and informative to show how his brother, Mark operates a one-man working ranch.
Quarter horses were the subject of the third episode.
Since younger ranchers are beginning to come into prominence, Steve thought it would be interesting and informative to travel back to his own family's ranch in Elkhart, Kansas, to highlight his youngest brother's cattle operation.
Since the Art of a Cowboy show seeks to highlight many aspects of the ranching and cowboy lifestyle, Steve travelled to Minco, Oklahoma to meet up with his longtime friend and fellow artist, John Rule.
Perhaps the most action-packed show of the series takes place in the small town of Dickson, Oklahoma.
There are few things more important to a cowboy than a good pair of boots.
Stuart Ranch in Waurika, Oklahoma, the oldest ranch in the state of Oklahoma under continuous family ownership since 1868, is the featured ranch in this episode.
This is a very special episode which pays tribute to a passionate man who has dedicated his life to giving ailing horses a second chance.
Steve and his crew are invited to experience the largest quarter horse sale in the nation.
WENH-TV Ch. 11 Durham
WLED-TV Ch. 48 Littleton
WEKW-TV Ch. 18 Keene
W50DP-D Ch. 50 Hanover
W34DQ-D Ch. 34 Pittsburg