The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is proud to announce Mildred Farris, Sunny Hale, Barbra Schulte, and Stacy Westfall as inductees to the Hall of Fame for 2012. These four women will be honored during the 37th Annual Induction Luncheon Ceremony on Thursday, October 25, 2012 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to preserve the history and highlight the impact of Western women living roughly from the mid-1800s to the present: the artists and writers, champions and competitive performers, entertainers, ranchers (stewards of land and livestock), trailblazers and pioneers. Today, there are over 200 extraordinary women who have been inducted into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame since 1975.
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Congratulations, you deserve it!! The Lord has truly Blessed you.
Congratulations Stacy! You are a perfect example of an American Cowgirl. You are an inspiration to many people. I am so proud of you and your accomplishments.
Love you and love this. I am so excited I could burst! I AM GOING TO TEXAS!
If I were her mom I think I would just be bursting at the seams as well. She an awesome child, woman and daughter, you have a right to be proud.
Congratulations Stacy. This is an honour well earned and thoroughly deserved. You have provided an inspiration to so many young women to build their equestrian skills.
Ye haw! way ta go girl. It was only a matter of time. The Lord has truly blessed you. With the losses that you have endured this year and the enemy knocking at your door you have rose above it and the Lord has kept his promise by rewarding you with a life time achievement that you are still young enough to enjoy and build upon.
Congratulations Stacy, you deserve it!! What an honor!
CONGRATULATIONS STACY!!!! What an accomplishment!!!! You are my role model, keep on doing your good works!! Emily Smith
Congratulations to a very talented Cowgirl! You have accomplished so much and went through some very difficult times and came out on the other side through your faith in God pulling you through. Sometimes it’s not the easy but the rough times polish us and make us to become that precious stone that we are in him. Thank you Stacy for your perseverance and faith and being the example to many. You truly deserve to be in the Cowgirl Hall of Fame! And I’m cheering you on Cowgirl! Hope that you also make it back to Springfield , Mo again!
Your Dad would be so proud of your achievement! Congratulations.
Super glad about this and happy for you. Congratulations
Congratulations! What a well deserved honor!!
WOW! What an honor for you to experience in this lifetime. Thank you for your exemplary lifestyle we all can model ourselves towards…you are a great cowgirl!.
Your life reflects hard work, passion for horses, kindness and a love for God. What any cowgirl should look to and desire to be…blessings to you and congratulations!
Thats quite an honor for you! congratulations! and God bless.
Thats a great honor and acheivment Stacy. Helen and I send our congratulations and best wishes to you. You are a great person and inspiration !!
Such good news! Congratulations!
Congratulations!!! You truly do deserve it. Anyone that knows you knows how hard you work at being the horsewoman that you are.
That is awesome, CONGRATS!!!
Wow!!! Stacy!!! How uplifting is THAT?? This is soooo wonderful!!!
Yippee!!!! No one is more deserving. Hopefully this marks a turn for the better after all you’ve been through this year. You are a shining example to so many of what can be done without force with horses. Congratulations!!
awesome! congrats! you deserve it!
way to go Stacy 🙂
Congratulations. I am so proud to know you. You deserve the honor. You’re truly amazing and inspire me with your talents. Marty King, Marion
Congratulations! This honor goes to a well deserving lady! LH Findlay, Ohio