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Book Giveaway and Interview with Historical Author Heidi Thomas

 

Book Giveaway Oct 22 - 31: An award winning historical book, Cowgirl Up! A History of Rodeo Women. To enter the contest, make a comment and leave your email.

 

When someone says “Cowgirl Up!” it means to rise to the occasion, don’t give up, and do it all without whining or complaining. And the cowgirls of the early twentieth century did it all, just like the men, only wearing skirts and sometimes with a baby waiting behind the chutes. Women leaned to rope and ride out of necessity, helping their fathers, brothers, and husbands with the ranch work. But for some women, it went further than that. They caught the fever of freedom, the thirst for adrenaline, and the thrill of competition, and many started their rodeo careers as early as age fourteen.

 

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