The Warren Buckley Family

by Mary Jane Parkinson The Warren Buckley family of Cedardell Farms, bred 250 foals from 1939 through 1970. As Bazy Tankersley noted, “The Buckleys put together an extraordinary group of horses, very uniform. Warren was one of the breeders of the day who had the...

The Ed Tweed Family

by Mary Jane Parkinson In 1949, when Scottsdale (population 200) was not yet the rah-rah Scottsdale that we know, a Chicago area businessman traveled west to look over the land and to consider the western way of life. He found wide-open spaces, miles and miles of dirt...

Alexander Keene Richards

featured-image3 Well known animal artist Edward Troye accompanied Richards on his second trip to the desert. There Troye made sketches and later converted them to oil paintings. Troye’s painting of Mokhladi is of special interest as it portrays Richards in desert...