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CLN Insider: COWGIRL Magazine

This CLN Insider is for all you cowgirls out there! I am excited to be able to highlight one of the leading western magazines in the industry, COWGIRL Magazine. They cover everything from horse tips to fashion trends and everything in between.

This CLN Insider is for all you cowgirls out there! I am excited to highlight one of the leading western magazines in the industry, COWGIRL Magazine. They cover everything from horse tips to fashion trends and everything in between.

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What sets COWGIRL Magazine apart from the rest is the fact that they focus on what it means to be a cowgirl. Just in the last few months, they brought on writer, singer, and horsewoman, Adrian Brannan (Adrian Buckaroogirl) to publish her infamous “Dear Cowgirl,” blogs. You can take a peek at one of those here.

On top of working with some of the best in the industry, you can catch exclusive interviews and behind the scenes material both on their website and in their magazine. Their magazine is printed Bi-Monthly, which means six issues for you per year when you sign up for a subscription. Also, if you are itching for more great material, you can buy back issues of their magazine on their website.

COWGIRL Magazine covers four main topics, Horses, Home, Life, and Style. In addition to these, COWGIRL covers a multitude of western events such as the PBR, NFR, Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show and Art of the Cowgirl, coming up February 8-10th. Make sure to check in with them on social media to get the latest updates.

Photo Courtesy of Stacey Lorton

Again, this CLN Insider has been brought to you by COWGIRL Magazine, from Cave Creek, Arizona. Make sure to check out everything COWGIRL has to offer and follow them on social media. Make sure to catch our next CLN Insider, “The In’s and Out’s of Stock Contracting”.

Photo Courtesy of Stacey Lorton

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Krysta Paffrath, an Arizona native, is a social media marketer by trade but has a passion for the western lifestyle. She runs and owns two local businesses at just the young age of twenty-five. Her entrepreneurial spirit has guided her to work in many places like the WYO Quarter Horse Ranch in Thermopolis, Wyoming, a working cattle ranch in Seligman, Arizona and many places in between. Krysta has been involved in the rodeo scene for several years and is excited to be teaming up with Cowboy Lifestyle Network. Between being passionate about her career and preserving the western way of life she is excited to see what this next chapter holds for her.

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