Art of the Cowgirl
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Art of the Cowgirl 2021 Cancelled?
No, we are not cancelling our event. As we navigate the changing requirements, mandates, and responsibilities to move forward with our event, taking all things into consideration, we made the difficult decision to postpone parts of our event.
We will be postponing the Master and Clinician Demonstrations, Tradeshow, Music, and Workshops.
We will still hold the World’s Greatest Horsewoman Competition, Ranch Rodeo, and Horse Sale January 13th-16th as planned at Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre in Queen Creek, Arizona. These events will be livestreamed and tickets will not be required for those coming to spectate. Arizona COVID-19 mandates will be followed.
Why did the main event get postponed?
Out of respect and safety for everyone involved with and attending Art of the Cowgirl, the best decision was to postpone. Also, Art of the Cowgirl is centered around gathering, connecting, learning, and collaborating. It became very apparent due to mandates and things out of our control that we would not be able execute the event in a way that aligns with our mission done in a way that is best for everyone involved.
When and Where will the Postponed Event take place?
Stay tuned! We are working out details and will have the new location and dates announced soon!
Can I get my ticket refunded?
Absolutely. We can either refund your ticket in full or you can have your ticket transferred to postponed date and location. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a refund. Thank you in advance for your patience as we process all requests.
Can I still watch the World’s Greatest Horsewoman and Ranch Rodeo? Do I need a ticket for these events still happening?
Yes, spectators are still allowed for these competitions. Arizona COVID-19 mandates will be followed. We encourage people to watch via livestream on Wrangler Network if possible. Tickets are not required to watch these events in person.
Why are the competitions and horse sale still able to happen?
There are multiple reasons we are still holding these events. Horse shows and jackpots are still being held in Arizona without restriction. It is easier for our competitors to social distance and adhere to guidelines horseback. It is also very important to us to give the competitors the opportunity to quality for the World’s Greatest Horseman in March in Texas. Furthermore, these competitions can be livestreamed allowing everyone to still spectate and enjoy safely from their homes. Postponing the other portions or our events eliminates thousands of people gathering, which poses challenges to comply with mandates and keep everyone safe.
Will the Elite Horse Sale still happen?
Yes, our Elite Horse Sale will be held January 16th at Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre. It will be open to the public and mandates will be followed. Please visit www.artofthecowgirlelitehorsesale.com to see the incredible lineup of horses. The sale will be livestreamed at www.cci.live and people can watch and bid online.
Can I come preview or ride the horses I am interested in purchasing?
Yes, the consignors will be available for anyone interested in trying a horse. Many of the horses will also be in the World’s Greatest Horsewoman Competition and Ranch Rodeo. Please visit www.artofthecowgirlelitehorsesale.com to see the incredible lineup of horses. To schedule a time to preview a horse, please contact the consignor directly.
When will the Art Auction be held?
The Fellowship Art Auction will be held at our postponed event in Summer 2021.