There’s no better way to celebrate National Day of the Cowgirl than with our Women of the West series featuring remarkable cowgirls.
A California cowgirl turned Texan, Sheila Welch chose a set of spurs over a skillet years ago when she married rancher Buster Welch.
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.
Four-time world champion barrel racer, Sherry Cervi, has overcome tragedy to triumph in and out of the arena.
Becca Gagan is committed to her family’s cattle operation and raising quality horses that can be used on the ranch of in the roping arena.
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.
Raising four young cowboys to respect ranching traditions is the mission of this West Texas ranch wife and mother, Rachel Mellard.