May 2009

A Motherlode of gifts ... at Old West prices!

* Special Of The Month - Roper's Knife
* Alesha Williams - Flying J Outfitters
* Daddy's Ranch Hands Sculpture
* Rodeo 101 - Bull Riding
May 2009

SPECIAL OF THE MONTH

Customized Roper's Knife

Father's Day is June 21!

Customized Roper's Knife
Order with your choice of 17 hand inlaid figures. Shown here with Team Roper.

Order no later than June 8 to assure Father's Day delivery. Express shipments can order by June 15.

Catalog: $60.00

Now: $44.99


After talking through the design possibilities,
Alesha approved this illustration.
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Alesha Williams - Flying J Outfitters
From: Flying J Outfitters
To: BuckleBuilder.com
Subject: RE: Buckle update

I got my buckle today! I LOVE IT!!! It turned out beautiful. Thanks for your help. I am sure it is something that I will enjoy for years to come.



Another happy customer! Alesha first contacted us through our Handcrafted Buckle Inquiry form.

Please check out Alesha's awesome business ... "Your Pack Train to the Utah Wilderness"

Father's Day is June 21!

Daddy's Ranch Hands
Daddy Sculpture by Paul Cameron Smith for Montana Silversmiths. Daddy and two little ones enjoying a ride! Click image to enlarge.

9" long x 4.75" wide x 9.5" tall



Catalog: $75.00

Now: $63.79

Employee of the Month

Mary Courtney
The one-time Miss Colfax of Denver, Colorado (1936), Mary Courtney is probably the most fascinating of our staff.

The oldest of nine, mother of eight and grandmother 10 times over, Mary's family life is only the beginning. After growing up in Ogden, Utah and then moving on to northern California, Mary's fascinating life of adventure and and aesthetics started with her first entreprenuerial venture, development of the historic Old Moraga Cookhouse, a place for "shopping and lunch for ladies."

Read more...

Rodeo 101
Bull Riding


Bull Riding is the most dangerous and perhaps the most popular of rodeo sports. Cowboys use a thickly braided rope with an attached cowbell that applies weight and allows the rope to fall off safely from the bull at the ride's end. A sticky rosin is used on the rope to increase the cowboy's grip on it. The bull rope wraps around the bull, and the rider wraps the remainder of it around his hand, which secures him to the bull.

Eight seconds on a ton of bucking red meat requires enormous courage and mental and physical preparation to stay balanced, flexible, and coordinated. A score in the 90's is considered good.

The whole event demonstrates the dynamics of courage, from the cowboys to the bullfighters or rodeo clown and barrel men who assist in the cowboys safe escape after the ride. While their comical antics entertain the crowds, these are the men a cowboy depends on when he's in trouble. Their cowboy-saving techniques combine shear courage, great agility, and flawless ability.



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Marv, Stephanie & Greg Baskin

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  • "I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all your assistance with my order. This being my first order with you has been such a pleasure. Great communication combined with great service. Gold Mountain Trading sets an example other companies should follow. I have told all my friends to visit your web site and encouraged them to buy from you. Thanks again for allowing me to have such a pleasurable shopping experience with you."

    Nita Pace
    Chelan, Washington
    [Nita purchased our Buckle Handbag and Bull Riders Only Buckle]