All American Cowgirl Chicks: Breathe fresh air and talent into today's market for Rodeo. They simply energize me and the rodeo audience. What a shot of adrenaline and excitement they bring to rodeo and the fans of all ages to enjoy.
We sell rodeo as a sport, however, in today's market you must bring a show. From the beautiful opening ceremonies with unparallel patriotism, the Cowgirl Chicks send cold chills throughout and a tear to your eyes. That my friend, is a worthy emotion, an American emotion.
Dear Trish - Your visit to Stockholm International Horse Show 2008 was a roaring success in all aspects. The whole audience of the 70,000 people just loved you.
When USA was the official Partner Country of our Show this year it couldn't be better represented than by the All American Cowgirl Chicks. Your enthusiasm, your catchy music and above all your skillful trick riding just storm our audience. The headlines over here like "The All American Cowgirls Chicks Steal the Stockholm Show" were not exaggerating, that was just the genuine feeling among the spectators and TV viewers. Thank you so much for allowing us to host your first visit to Europe. It was a true honor having you here.
The All American Cowgirl Chicks are first-rate professional equestrian entertainers. Their energetic, colorful, enthusiastic performances have become a favorite part of the Stockyard's Championship Rodeo and the Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show. When the Cowgirl Chicks charge through the arena gates with high spirits, thundering hooves, and explosions of red, white, and blue the crowds are launched to their feet. The All American Chicks display ever-challenging horsemanship, weaving a spectacular routine into every corner of the arena so the entire house enjoys this American Western tradition. And topping off their performance is a tribute to our country, our soldiers, and our freedom......leaving the house cheering and swelling with patriotic tears. They are a must see act at any rodeo!
Thank you all for being with the Great American Wild West Show in Oklahoma earlier this month. Everything in your performance was spectacular in every way...I've seen every kind of riding group...The Cowgirl Chicks are the best I've ever seen.
I wanted to write a note to express my complete and utter respect for the Cowgirl Chicks. Not only how you performed but also how you portray yourselves as women. Your behavior and attitudes were nothing less than spectacular. I work with a lot of organizations and if young adults today have half of what your girls do, there is no telling what this country could do!
I met your group when they performed at the Humble ISD Rodeo. On Friday, we had a special guest, Tara Houston from Calgary, Canada, who attended through the Make a Wish Foundation. Tara adored the Cowgirl Chicks and would have loved to ride with them if she wasn’t so ill. Tara lost her battle two days after seeing your performance. Thank you for all that you do and for being the special women that each of you are. You do make a huge difference in the lives of so many people, and you touched the life of one very special girl, Tara Houston.
After watching you at each performance of the Weatherford Rodeo, I want to take this opportunity to say thank you to each and every one of you. That includes the moms and dads that stand behind the scenes and assist with everything. You all give me hope for the future of our country. With people like you and parents that care. The smiles you display are priceless. You work together as a team. I am amazed to see how ya'll are looking at one another all the time. Keep up the good work and again let me say thank you for representing Parker County and Weatherford like you do.
You have no idea how much we enjoyed having you all here in Saint Jo. The girls are darling besides being terrific riders! Your group is just so special with your terrific show and your special care for those with cancer. We have heard so many comments about trying to book you now for next year! So, save the first weekend in Aug. next year - maybe you can come both days of the Rodeo.
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