art of the cowgirl 2023 cowgirl magazine
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Art of the Cowgirl will return to Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre in Queen Creek, Arizona, January 18-22, 2023, with COWGIRL signing on as a sponsor for the fifth year in a row.

COWGIRL is excited to not only sponsor the 2023 event but also commit to again be presenting sponsor of the All Women’s Ranch Rodeo.

“We are so proud to support the empowered women behind this important event,” says COWGIRL Editor and Publisher, Ken Amorosano. “The authenticity of those involved is something we look up to. We pride ourselves on showing our audience and the nation what these dedicated women truly represent—that is the American cowgirl.”

The gritty real-West equestrian sport that teams four cowgirls and their horses, encompasses branding, double doctoring, ranch horse, and team roping skills to determine the best of the best.  The events emanate from those established at the very first ranch rodeos, showing off the skills needed to govern cattle, relying on advanced horsemanship, seasoned cow-sense, and unwavering teamwork.

Art of the Cowgirl 2023 will feature hands-on workshops, horsemanship demonstrations, artist and maker presentations, panel discussions, and a silent art auction. In the arenas, skilled horsewomen will compete in ranch rodeo, breakaway roping, and the third annual World’s Greatest Horsewoman competition. The gathering culminates with the Elite Ranch Horse Sale, featuring select horses trained by top horsewomen. 

Founder Tammy Pate says, “The vibe of Art of the Cowgirl is so welcoming, whether you’ve been to a past event, or this will be your first. It’s a place to experience the true cowgirl spirit and connect with Western culture and the people who create it.”

You can get your early bird tickets now through October 31! Use code EARLYBIRD23 to get access to limited early bird tickets for a discounted price! (While supplies last, tickets are limited and WILL sell out). Get your tickets here!

Make plans to join us as we celebrate, gather, and connect Western women around horses and Western art. For more information, visit