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just saw this on FB a brave woman who was out riding and her horse got mired in the mud with the tide coming in and she stayed and held her horses head above water until it could be rescued.  AWESOME PHOTO!

just saw this on FB a brave woman who was out riding and her horse got mired in the mud with the tide coming in and she stayed and held her horses head above water until it could be rescued. AWESOME PHOTO!

1900.  Sadie Austin, daughter of Charles Austin, a ranchman and old settler of Sargent, Nebraska. When her father was short of help, Sadie, now Mrs. Thompson, would put on a divided skirt and ride the range for her father.  From the collection of Solomon Butcher.

1900. Sadie Austin, daughter of Charles Austin, a ranchman and old settler of Sargent, Nebraska. When her father was short of help, Sadie, now Mrs. Thompson, would put on a divided skirt and ride the range for her father. From the collection of Solomon Butcher.

Ann Ayres Bronzes - Meet the Cowgirls of HistoryWe are looking for new cowgirls  If you have family, photos and the story, please contact me at gohorse2@peoplepc.com

Ann Ayres Bronzes - Meet the Cowgirls of HistoryWe are looking for new cowgirls If you have family, photos and the story, please contact me at gohorse2@peoplepc.com

The Buckley sisters mount their horses while wearing the split skirts that photographer Evelyn Cameron introduced to the Terry, Montana, region at the turn of the 19th century.

The Buckley sisters mount their horses while wearing the split skirts that photographer Evelyn Cameron introduced to the Terry, Montana, region at the turn of the 19th century.

old phots of cowgirls  the pendleton rounup | ... Jordan's excellent book, Cowgirls – Women of the American West

old phots of cowgirls the pendleton rounup | ... Jordan's excellent book, Cowgirls – Women of the American West

Cowgirls on a fence -- World War II saw women working and dressing like their male counterparts, and from that time on, "cowgirl" attire differed from that of the cowboys only in tailoring details and the orientation of things like flies and plackets.

Cowgirls on a fence -- World War II saw women working and dressing like their male counterparts, and from that time on, "cowgirl" attire differed from that of the cowboys only in tailoring details and the orientation of things like flies and plackets.

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