american cowgirl # 6taylor hildreth - coloradoour cowgirl ambassadorforronald mcdonald house charities of southern colorado
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american cowgirl #6taylor hildreth - colorado hildreth ranch
the painting “ American cowgirl #06 - taylor miniat - colorado ”
randi spending time with a new colt
Lana’s tribute video coming soon after completion of her painting.
photo & canvas IMAGES ofamerican cowgirl # 6
american cowgirl #6taylor hildreth - colorado
Taylor and her husband Coy own and manage their 70 acre parcel of land where they are raising Performance Horses and breedingmares and also growing their own hay fields. Their land is justoutside of Olathe, Colorado.
(name change - taylor was married after the painting was completed )
taylor shares her lovefor being a colorado cowgirl.coming soon
taylor and her bay, dozer
taylor hildreth was on-boarded into the line-up as American Cowgirl #6 on september 28, 2014. PHOTOSHOOT DATESLOCATIONS october 2, 2014miniat ranch - parshall, colorado october 12, 2014spicer arena - eaton, colorado october 13, 2014 miniat ranch - parshall, colorado july 15, 2015 miniat ranch - parshall, colorado - maternity shootThe actual image which was my inspiration for taylor’s painting was taken at her ranch outside of parshall,colorado
Taylor was born in Denver, Colorado and was raised in a ranching family. Her grandparents ran a beef packing operation in Chicago. Her Dad decided to branch out and purchased 3,000 acres of beautiful Colorado pasture land nestled in the Rockies. This was the start of the Miniat cattle ranching Their ranch was not far from Parshall and Silverthorne. As a young girl, Taylor loved to ski race and also help out on the ranch. She was already a proven rider and was competing in the junior and high school rodeos.In 2007, Taylor set off to CSU (Colorado State University) where she graduated in 2011 with her degree in Agricultural Business. She returned to the ranch and started training futurities and contributing to all the responsibilities of running a ranch. Her skills run deep as she is a skilled roper and loves running cattle, branding, calving and also training her horses along with being a highly competitive barrel racer. Her achievements and awards in barrel racing have been numerous. In 2016, she married Coy Hildreth and they have two children, Jett and Blaise. In 2017, Taylor and Coy would leave the Miniat ranch behind. They settled in purchasing in the western part of Colorado where the weather elements were more balanced so they could run a year round operation. This would also soften the travel back and forth to their place in Arizona. They purchased a 70 acre ranch near Olathe, just south of Grand Junction which was also closer to Coy’s parents. They are still breaking in the ranch and are primarily focused on raising horses along with using some of the land for growing hay. They are running a herd of 30 horses and breeding mares along with training futurities.Taylor loves being a ranch mom and is devoting plenty of time in raising her two young children in the western way of life..