More: Cowgirl Up

Cowgirl Q&A: Stephanie Quayle

Stephanie Quayle

With big blonde hair and an even bigger heart, a stunning voice and a dazzling personality to boot, I could be describing Dolly Parton — but these words ring just as true for rising country star Stephanie Quayle. I had the great … Continue reading 


Cowgirl (Level) Up

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The Battle for Better. Most of us want to be better than we are. That’s why “self-improvement” is a thing. A big thing at that. We want to get better, be better, do better. We want to be healthier, happier, … Continue reading 


Courage, the Cowgirl Way

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Some of the most richly inspiring tales of courage belong to the women that traveled and settled in the American west in the mid-to-late 1800s. Their journey west demanded courage because it was so ripe with change. Moving west was a … Continue reading 


Cowgirl Q&A | Grammy-Nominated Songwriter, Natural Horsemanship Advocate Mary Ann Kennedy

Mary Ann Kennedy

I had the honor of connecting with twice Grammy-nominated hit singer/songwriter and dedicated student of the horse, Mary Ann Kennedy. Her music stole my heart after I listened to just one song. Mary Ann’s music celebrates the horse and nourishes … Continue reading 


Cowgirls and Wellness. What gives?

What the heck do cowgirls and wellness have to do with one another? It’s pretty simple. Cowgirls are self-empowered, kick as*, take charge, adventure-oriented, break-the-rules kind of women. That’s been true from the start. Cowgirls make their own rules. Raise … Continue reading 


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