California Cowgirls

Rodeo Drill Team
The dream of amazing a crowd with fast and fancy horses, breathtaking maneuvers, and glamorous outfits began in 1994 with the introduction of the California Cowgirls Equestrian Drill team.

The California Cowgirls are the five time champions of the Grand National Rodeo Drill Team Competition at the historic Cow Palace; ten time California State Champions and appear at rodeos, horse shows, parades, and special events throughout California and Nevada. The Cowgirls were given the honor of being the only drill team to perform at the World Equestrian Games in 2010.

While wearing eye-catching costumes, carrying rippling American flags, and riding beautiful horses in complex maneuvers at top speed, these Cowgirls are the perfect example of the American values that built this country. Their team is made up of real tried and true Cowgirls from all walks of life. They have several mother daughter pairs, farmers, teachers, nurses, welders, and professional working Cowgirls. The California Cowgirls hail from Wilton, CA and consider their role as a California Cowgirl a combination of play and hard work made easier with the love of country, family, friends and horses.