Stacy Westfall at the Cowgirl Hall of Fame

We had a great time in Fort Worth, Texas last week at the Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Museum. I knew I was in trouble on Wednesday night when I was walking through the museum with my mom…when she would talk to me I would cry…not a good sign when I had to speak in public the next day!

If you want to see a video of me speaking/crying you can visit my facebook page and watch it there. I am not tech savvy enough to post it here 🙁

Here is a photo of the 2012 Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductees: Sunny Hale, Stacy Westfall, Mildred Farris and Barbra Schulte.

Here is a photo of the medallion they gave us:

Here is a photo of all of the Cowgirl Hall of Fame Honoree’s in attendance that day:


  1. Joan Brust on October 30, 2012 at 10:45 pm

    Congratulations! I am so honored to have been to your clinic last year. You really do deserve this. You are such an inspiration, if ever I have a horse issue, I ask myself, “What would Stacy do?”. You are tops in my opinion.

  2. johanna on October 30, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    wows! good goin’ girl-you really deserve it!!
    many many congrats!!!

  3. Rebecca Reed on October 30, 2012 at 9:54 pm

    Congratulations to a great person! You definitely deserve it!!! I am so honored to say I have had the pleasure of meeting you in person!! Best of luck in all you do.

  4. Judy Simmons on October 30, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    Congratulations, Stacy! I attended your first and I am sure, your only clinic in Texas! When you were on the cover of horse & rider…… daisy and I were in the background! I wish I had known then what I think I know now! You were awesome! Thank you for the experience! Judy Simmons

  5. Cindy Loader on October 30, 2012 at 12:08 pm

    Congratulations! You certainly deserve it. You have helped make a change for horses and their humans. The horses and horse lovers are grateful to you. You have helped change lives!

  6. rcatheron on October 30, 2012 at 11:38 am

    Congratulations, Stacy! You have proven that hard work, determination, and faith can take you anywhere. What an inspiration you are!

  7. Sherry Springer on October 30, 2012 at 11:26 am

    Congratulations!! What a wondering Blessing for you. It is well deserved.

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