From the cutting horse pen to hosting clinics, Texas horsewoman Barbra Schulte loves helping horses and their riders connect on a deep level.
South Dakota rancher, Lainee Sampson, continues a family tradition of raising quality cattle, hard-working children and versatile horses.
Some of the grittiest bucking broncs can be traced to Feek Tooke’s legendary bucking horse bloodline that began in the 1930s.
The Art of the Cowgirl Foundation supports aspiring craftsmen through its Fellowship Program, which paired master bit and spur maker Wilson Capron with Carlee Stutz in 2023.
Liz Hughey loved to pack and is passing that passion on to the next generation through her book series.
Kelsey Love Thomas returned to Arizona with a fire blazing to capture her second Art of the Cowgirl World’s Greatest Horsewoman title.
Managing one of the most respected bucking stock contracting companies in the rodeo industry is no easy task, but this cowgirl keeps it in perspective.
Moving from the Oregon coast to western South Dakota was a childhood dream come true for this rancher and horsewoman.