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Photo by Dean Humphrey.  Ranch Style Mountain Bike Festival, GJSentinel.com rights reserved.

Photo by Dean Humphrey. Ranch Style Mountain Bike Festival, GJSentinel.com rights reserved.

"Rodeo's First Lady," they called her.  Born in Nebraska, and youngest of 24 children, Tad began riding almost before she could walk, and by age 13 was earning cash prizes riding wild calves at rodeos in Cody, Wyoming.  Tad was the only woman ever to ride a Brahma bull in New York's Madison Square Garden.Tad was Champion All-Around Cowgirl & World Trick Rider. Tad was honored by the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame, National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.

"Rodeo's First Lady," they called her. Born in Nebraska, and youngest of

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Mary Louise "Texas" Guinan (1884-1933) -  born in Waco, TX - saloon keeper, actress, and entrepreneur. She became the United States' first movie cowgirl, nicknamed "The Queen of the West". She was one of the first female emcees. Upon the introduction of Prohibition, she opened a speakeasy called the 300 Club at 151 W. 54th Street in New York City (1920).

Mary Louise Cecilia "Texas" Guinan (January 1884 – November was an American saloon keeper, silent actress, and entrepreneur. She was quite the feisty lady.

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"'Cowgirl' is an attitude really. A pioneer spirit, a special American brand of courage. The cowgirl faces life head-on, lives by her own lights, and makes no excuses. Cowgirls take stands; They defend things they hold dear.

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