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Art of the Cowgirl welcomes Major Partner The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch

Wyoming ranch offers unique adventures and horsemanship experiences

Ryegate, Montana, November 2018 – The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch, an all-inclusive upscale riding, horsemanship and working cattle guest ranch in Shell, Wyoming, east of Yellowstone Park, has become a leading supporter of Art of the Cowgirl.

“The Hideout is an incredible center of learning for people interested in natural horsemanship, and equestrians of all disciplines from all over the world,” said Tammy Pate, Art of the Cowgirl founder and artist. “The Hideout not only provides its guests with a world-class experience, they are also very mindful of the horse and stewardship of the land; a value they pass along to their guests. They are very multi-cultural and leverage diversity as an asset”

Among the many experiences The Hideout offers, including fly fishing, trapshooting, archery and upscale lodging and meals, the Ranch will host Tammy’s Ladies Horsemanship and Yoga Retreat April 7-13, 2019. The retreat is all-inclusive of lodging and meals, and includes horsemanship, cattle work and yoga with Tammy. Due to its exclusive nature, The Hideout accepts only 25 guests weekly.

“Sharing the story of our ranch through a relationship with Art of the Cowgirl is another step toward opening our doors to those who love the western lifestyle,” said owner Peter De Cabooter. “Art of the Cowgirl mirrors our own mission to continue to provide expert instruction and positive experiences in horsemanship and with horses. Most of our employees, including in leading positions are women, which is another reason we embrace this initiative enthusiastically”

Slated to take place February 8-10 at Corona Ranch in Phoenix, Arizona, Art of the Cowgirl will feature seven master artists discussing photography, saddle making, rawhide braiding and horse hitching, horsemanship, fine art, boot making and silver engraving. It will also include nine clinicians who will cover topics ranging from horsemanship to cattle management to competition, as well as an all-women ranch rodeo, a fashion show, gift show and an elite horse sale.

Art of the Cowgirl is supported by Western Horseman magazine, J5 Horse Ranch, the Hideout Lodge and Guest Ranch, Wrangler Jeans and Shirts, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, Priefert Farm and Ranch Equipment, Montana Silversmiths, National Roper Supply, The Home Ranch, Excel Supplements, Purina Horse Feed, The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Rodan and Fields, Mincer Silversmiths, Cowgirl Magazine, Patti Colbert Enterprises, Cowboy Lifestyle Network and Greeley Hat Works.

Tickets are available in single day or full weekend passes and can be purchased online  at artofthecowgirl.com or at the gate for a slightly higher fee during the event. Early bird registration for the event which offers a savings of $20 is available through December 1.

To learn more, go to artofthecowgirl.com or call 406.780.0566.


Art of the Cowgirl is a gathering to celebrate cowgirls and their contributions to the Western lifestyle and culture through workshops, horsemanship demonstrations, an all-women ranch rodeo and horse sale. It will be the avenue through which funds will be generated to support emerging artists and expand their knowledge and skills through fellowships and mentoring by Master Artists in their respective fields.