KSJD Cowtrails May, 17

 Happy Birthday Kentucky Derby 1875 – The first Kentucky Derby race takes place on May 17th. Aristides races 1.5 miles to win, in a field of fifteen horses, in front of a crowd of 10,000 spectators. Lets honor the horse!

The Horse Race    The High Country Cowboys    Songs Of The High Country Cowboys   
She Could Run        Lacy J. Dalton    The Last Wild Place   
Stewball        Juni Fisher    Listen   
The Horse Race     Andy Nelson    Andy Nelson Stew: Most Requested Stories And Poems   
The Best Horse    The Cowboy Way Trio    Go West   
What A Horse Has Gotta Do        Kristyn Harris    Let Me Ride   
Colorado HorsesDan Mccorison    Montana Moon   
Comanche (The Brave Horse)        Johnny Horton    Johnny Horton’s Greatest Hits   
Every Horse I Ever Rode        Tom Hiatt    Goodnight From Texas       
A Horse Called Bluesman        Gary Allegretto    Blues On The Trail       
Horses And Wars        Red Steagall    Songs From The Heartland   
The Horses In My String        Mike Blakely    West of You   
What Kind of Horses        Chuck Cusimano    We Were Cowboys   
Women and Horses        Mary Kaye    Ride A Wide Circle   
Run Wild        Royal Wade Kimes    A Proud Land   
The Legend Of Judge Roy Bean        Dallas Turner    25 Cowboy Classics: Nevada Slim – Signing Songs Of The Wild West   
The Legend Of Jack Bliss        Prickly Pair    Pony Tracks   
Claude Dallas    Ian Tyson    All the Good ‘uns   
Billy The Kid        Marty Robbins    Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs   
Wyatt And Josie        Katy Moffatt    Where The Heart Is   
Crooked Nose Jack        Bill Barwick    Just In Case   
Jack Cates        Gil Prather    The Best Of Gil Prather   
Old Tom Horn        Chris LeDoux    Western Tunesmith/ He Rides the Wild Horses   
Soiled Dove        Ron Christopher    No Place Left To Go   
Julia Bulette        David John & The Comstock Cowboys    Cowboys, Old Fiddles, And Wine   
Pretty Painted Ladies        The Reinsmen    Painters Of The West In Song   
He’s Got A Way With The Women        Cowboy Joe and Trail Jazz    Swing Town       
Wild, Wild Women Of The Wild, Wild West    Lynn Anderson    Cowgirl   
Got Not Use for the Women (Bury Me Out on the Prairie)        Skip Gorman & The Waddie Pals    Dogie Music   
Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies    Ian and Sylvia Tyson           
Kansas City Star        Kacey Musgraves    King Of The Road: A Tribute To Roger Miller [Disc 1]       
In The Summertime        The Earls Of Leicester Ft. Shawn Camp    King Of The Road: A Tribute To Roger Miller [Disc 1]       
Old Songwriters Never Die (Banter)        Various Artists    King Of The Road: A Tribute To Roger Miller [Disc 2]   
Hey, Would You Hold It Down?        Ringo Starr    King Of The Road: A Tribute To Roger Miller [Disc 2]       
You Can’t Rollerskate In A Buffalo Herd    Opry Stars/Legends    King Of The Road: A Tribute To Roger Miller [Disc 1]       
Husbands And Wives        Jamey Johnson Ft. Emmylou Harris    King Of The Road: A Tribute To Roger Miller [Disc 2]       
Old Friends        Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson & Merle Haggard    King Of The Road: A Tribute To Roger Miller [Disc 1]   
Don’t We All Have The Right        Ricky Van Shelton    16 Biggest Hits       
Hillbilly Rock        Marty Stuart    Hillbilly Rock       
Hot Rod Lincoln        Asleep At The Wheel    Back To The Future Now: Live At Arizona Charlie’s, Las Vegas       
Hardin County Line        Mark Collie    Even The Man In The Moon Is Crying       
Hot Rod Mercury    Don Walser    Down At The Sky-Vue Drive-In       
C.C. Waterback    Merle Haggard & George Jones    A Taste of Yesterday’s Wine       
Nobody’s Darlin’ But Mine        David Frizzell, Jeannie Seely    Frizzell & Friends: This Is Our Time       
I Fall To Pieces        Aaron Neville & Trisha Yearwood    Rhythm Country & Blues       
The Back Side of Dallas    Jeannie C Riely    Things Go Better With Love       
Wild Weekend        Bill Anderson    Country Nights       
Roy Clark Thank God And Greyhound
What’s He Doing In My World    Eddy Arnold   The Essential Eddy Arnold