They say we are stubborn, sassy and difficult. We say they just cannot handle our sweet country charm. Country gals make mud & mascara look good!! Enjoy the barn and hope to see you back!
Rodeo promoters often advertised female riders as sweethearts or queens of the rodeo.
The term cowgirl was first used in the context of a wild west show by Oklahoman Lucille Mulhall in 1908 when, at age 10 years, she displayed her roping skills at Madison Square Garden.
Details: 30 single, 4.3 oz., soft-washed, 100% combed ring-spun cotton. Ultra-soft hand, side-seamed, tightly knit, superior fabric. Color: Teal Woman's Racer Back Style Disclaimer: Please note that the sizing chart is subject to change. General Sizing CARE INSTRUCTIONSMachine wash cold, inside out with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low-medium or lay flat. Do not iron decoration/graphics. 100% No Sweatshops & Eco-Friendly