Bobby Brooks Kramer was a hall of fame equestrian and rodeo girl. She was one of the earliest bronc riders who competed for money. She had a successful rodeo career. After that, she and her husband formed the Diamond A Horse Ranch. She won many awards and trophies in cutting, trail, reining, and pleasure riding. She was inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in 2000.
For six decades, Bobby has been recognized for her outstanding contributions to the horse industry in Montana. Riding since she was three, Bobby has carried on the ranching traditions of her parents and grandparents. She and her husband formed the Hanging Diamond A Horse Ranch after both pursued notable rodeo careers. Bobby produced award-winning horses in cutting, trail, reining and pleasure riding.
Tammy Pate, founder of Art of the Cowgirl, refurbished the camper trailer and pieces in the camper have been donated. All proceeds from the raffle go to the Art of the Cowgirl Fellowship Program.
Tickets will also be for sale at the Art of the Cowgirl Merchandise Booth at the Main Event in Arizona.
Drawing will be completed before the World’s Greatest Horsewoman Finals on Sunday, January 22nd during the event. Winner does not need to be present to win, but is responsible for transporting.