The Canadian Cowgirls: A Small Town Team with Big Time Dreams
The Canadian Cowgirls are a precision riding drill team known for their ability to engage audiences while performing intricate patterns set to music. Led by captain Terry Jenkins, they have been making headlines with increasing frequency. The idea of starting a mounted drill team began to take shape while Terry was at an Ontario Equestrian Federation meeting 10 years ago. There, she offered up her “team” to perform at the newly established Can-Am All Breeds Equine Emporium in London, Ontario. While there wasn't actually a team at the time, there was a vision. “I had a dream of a drill team, right down to the costumes,” she explained. Through hard work and determination this savvy horsewoman, along with a few founding members and the support of her family, has made her vision a reality. Pageantry and Patriotism When a Canadian Cowgirls performance begins, the horses and riders exude a sense…
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