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After its success in 2019 and 2020, Art of the Cowgirl will return in 2021 with COWGIRL as a sponsor for the third year in a row.

Not only will COWGIRL be sponsoring Art of the Cowgirl 2021 as a whole, but the magazine will be the presenting sponsor of Art of the Cowgirl’s 2021 Women’s Ranch Rodeo.

COWGIRL has been an huge supporter of our event since the beginning and having them present the 2021 Women’s Ranch Rodeo is exciting,” says Art of the Cowgirl Fellowship and Sponsorship Director, Jaimie Stoltzfus.

“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.”

Art of the Cowgirl 2021 will feature a trade show, horsemanship clinics, special master artist presentations, the annual Elite Ranch Horse and Stock Dog Sale, and the Women’s Ranch Rodeo presented by COWGIRL.Additionally, the finals of the World’s Greatest Horsewoman will again be held at Art of the Cowgirl.

“When I was really dreaming of Art of the Cowgirl, I thought it was very important that we honor women in the industry and let them be the mentors,” says Tammy Pate, founder of Art of the Cowgirl.

Tammy Pate’s dream will come true for the third year from January 13-17. 2021, with talented master artists from a variety of Western artistic disciplines, including photography, painting, silversmithing, and saddle making.

While its first two years were held at Corona Ranch in Phoenix, Arizona, in 2021, Art of the Cowgirl is moving. The event’s third year will take place at Horseshoe Park Equestrian Center in Queen Creek, Arizona. Horseshoe Park spans 38 acres and has a variety of arena and recreational spaces to host the event.

“We are excited for our 2021 event and our new location at Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre, says Jaimie. “Having everything in one place is going to add a whole new dynamic. We hope it’s an event everyone can look forward to as something positive and a way to connect.”

For more information and to get tickets for Art of the Cowgirl 2021, visit