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  • Two young Tarrant women take the reins in 'Cowgirls' on RIDE TV

    Women are beginning to take on ranch bronc riding, a historically male-dominated arena. Two of the women at the forefront of the movement are based in North Texas, where a new show is documenting their rides.

Two young Tarrant women take the reins in 'Cowgirls' on RIDE TV

Women are beginning to take on ranch bronc riding, a historically male-dominated arena. Two of the women at the forefront of the movement are based in North Texas, where a new show is documenting their rides.
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