Bill Pickett

| January 4, 2013

Bill Pickett was also on the 101 Ranch Wild West Show for a short time in the early 1900′s.

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Dan Dix

| December 29, 2012

I meet this man in 1956 while we were playing Silver City, New Mexico. He and my dad got along famously. The whole afternoon was taken up by remembering the old days of the 101 and as well the 101 in 1945. Dan Dix was a genuine person cowboy and showmen.

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Dan Dix

| December 29, 2012

Dan Dix “The Cowboy Clown”and Joe Lewis seen here in the arena of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show, Early 1900′s.

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Dan Dix

| December 29, 2012

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Miller Bros

| November 20, 2012

Thanks Pete for sending this poster and the other photos.

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Annie Oakley

| November 20, 2012

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Mark Smith

| August 24, 2012

Mark Smith and Tina on the back of the rosin back horse, Janis” Skeeter” Farren is running to the vaulting board.  Skeeter is the mother of Brad Farren,  he is the person responsible for all the latest Mark Smith photos. He also just sent a CD of a 20 minute show of Horse Capades produced […]

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Mark Smith

| August 24, 2012

This was one of the tricks that Mark broke for motion pictures. I must have seen this in a dozen different movies, each time shot at angels which really made it look realistic. A must read comment from John Herriott. John “Red” Stuart has made a comment, Thanks.

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Mark Smith

| July 8, 2012

This is the cover of the Mark Smith booklet at Knotts Berry Farms where Mark presented his western horse show. The years that he presented his show were in the early 1950s. Mark Smith was a well known and respected horse trainer. His venues were rodeos, horse shows. fairs and a vast array of motion […]

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Mark Smith

| July 8, 2012

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