WWOM: Barbara Peirce

Barbara Peirce has been in the western world all her life. Where she has always been around anything that has to do with horses and horse showing. She started riding at a young age when her grandfather would take her every Sunday afternoon to go ride horses. As she grew up, she owned two of her greatest horses which helped …

WWOM: Lannie Mecom

Lannie Mecom grew up in South Texas with her parents and grandparents who ranched. Spending a lot of time around her grandparents who were horse and cattle people had a big influence on her from a young age she says. While talking about her ranches Lannie says “I love to ride, be outdoors, and on the ranch.” She grew up …

WWOM: Robbin Rice

 Robbin Rice is a Bellville high school graduate. There she was a part of the varsity volleyball team, National Honor Society, and the Future Farmers of America. She plans to attend Weatherford College on a rodeo scholarship this fall. Robbin has grown up in the performance horse industry & western lifestyle showing reined cowhorses, cutting horses, and participating in breakaway …

WWOM: Lari Dee Guy

Lari Dee Guy is a 2020 Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductee who grew up and lives on a ranch in Abilene, Texas. She grew up in a rodeo family with her dad, brother, and her roping, and her mom who ran barrels. Lari Dee started roping as soon as she was able to be on a horse, leading her …

WWOM: Kaycee Hollingback

From the small town of Wilburton, Oklahoma, 2020 AMERICAN Breakaway Champion Kaycee Hollingback grew up within a cowboy family, “so being a city slicker was not an option” she says. At the age of 7 years old she began rodeoing, but began roping when she was 10 years old. Kaycee is continuing her rodeo career on the collegiate level at …

WWOM: Leticia Gaskamp

Born and raised in Brenham, Texas, Leticia grew up showing horses, participated in horse judging and the Horse Quiz Bowl through 4-H. Following her love of the equine industry she went on to graduate from Sul Ross State University 2005 with a Bachelor of Science with an Equine Science Emphasis and strong Ag Business Minor. Right out of college Leticia …

WWOM: Rachel Cutrer

Rachel Cutrer is a 7th generation Texas rancher and one of the world’s most passionate breeders of Brahman cattle. With her husband and daughters, she owns and operates B.R. Cutrer, Inc. one of the largest Brahman cattle operations in the United States and home of the 2019 International Champion Brahman Female. She is also the founder and owner of Ranch …

WWOM: Nellie Miller

Nellie Miller from Cottonwood, California is a professional barrel racer and her number one horse is called Sister. In addition to being a professional barrel racer Nellie is also a wife to James Miller and mother to two daughters Payton (7) and Hadley (4). She is a 4 time WNFR qualifier and 2017 World Champion. This year, the first time …

WWOM: Adrian “Buckaroogirl” Brannan

“I’m Adrian. I’m short, I’m happy and I’m really loud. So loud I get to be loud for a living.” Adrian “Buckaroogirl” Brannan is force to be reckoned with. In her mid 20s she has obtained the titles of a western singer/songwriter, author, fashion designer, model, saddle-bronc rider, entrepreneur, and artist. The Beginning Growing up, Adrian lived all over the …

WWOM: Kadee Coffman

Kadee Coffman, Miss Rodeo California 2007, is a national TV host and sideline reporter who can be seen on networks such as: CBS Sports Network, NBC Sports Network, Great American Country (GAC), RFD-TV and more. She currently works as: the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo sideline reporter and co-hosts RFD-TV’s #1 equine rated show, “Gentle Giants”. Kadee has also been hired …

WWOM: Skye Clark

In addition to ranching full time, Skye Clark runs a successful photography business and fitness business. In the mountains of Wyoming you’ll find her running about 400 mamma cows alongside her dad. During the summer time she rides a cattle allotment on the national forest and takes care of about 600 head of pairs in addition to haying, fencing, irrigating …

WWOM: Beth Cross

Beth Cross, co-founder and CEO of Ariat International, was born and raised on a working thoroughbred farm just outside of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.  Beth received her BA from the University of Colorado in 1986, and her MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1988. In 1990, Beth and co-founder Pam Parker, a classmate from Stanford GSB, met while working …