Adorable Cowgirl Sayings and Quotes to Inspire Your Inner Cowgirl
I’m a cowgirl from boots to heart.
Cowgirl is an attitude, really. It’s a pioneer spirit.
Prairie dust is my glitter.
My hero wears cowboy boots.
If you climb in the saddle, be ready for the ride.
Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.
Courage is being scared to death and saddling up anyway.
Keep calm and cowgirl on.
There’s a little cowgirl in every southern belle.
Take the bull by the horns.
You can’t put a saddle on a wild mustang.
Life is short, saddle up.
A cowgirl’s boots tell a story.
Life’s a rodeo, cowgirl up.
I was country when country wasn’t cool.
True cowgirls never go out of style.
Ride more, worry less.
Wild horses couldn’t drag me away.
I’d rather be a cowgirl than a princess.
A cowgirl stands tall, even when she’s standing alone.
Born to ride, forced to work.
In a world full of princesses, dare to be a cowgirl.
Sometimes you need to step outside, clear your head, and remind yourself of who you are and where you want to be.
Never mind a prince with a horse, I want a cowboy with a pickup truck.
Cowgirl is a condition of the heart, we were born this way.
Ain’t nothin’ like a cowgirl’s heart, tough as leather but sweet as pecan pie.
If lucky is a lady, then cowgirl is a goddess.
Keep calm and be a cowgirl.
She’s a wildflower with cowboy’s heart.
Cowgirl can handle her horses and her cowboys.
Throw me to the wolves and I’ll come back leading the pack.
She’s sunshine mixed with a little bit of hurricane.
She?s a mess of gorgeous chaos, and you can see it in her cowgirl eyes.
She sits tall in the saddle even when life tries to buck her off.
Courage is being scared to death ? and saddling up anyway.
Cowgirls are angels with invisible wings.
Life’s too short to ride slow!
Brave is riding out even when there?s a storm inside you.
Diamonds aren?t a girl?s best friend, cowboy boots are.
She’s a dreamer, a doer, a thinker. She sees possibility everywhere.
She’s a tumbleweed spirit with a cowboy soul.
Doesn’t matter if it’s diamonds or dust on her boots, she can do both.
Cowgirl is a condition of the heart.
Keep your head, heels and standards high, cowgirl!
She’s not just a cowgirl. She’s the whole rodeo.
She’s a cowgirl. Braver than a lion, wilder than a stallion, and stronger than a hurricane.
The only difference between a cowgirl and a goddess is a cowgirl knows how to rope a steer!
Cowgirls don?t cry, they ride on!
Every cowgirl was once a girl with a dream.
With her boots on, she can conquer anything, anywhere, anytime.
Just a cowgirl at heart, living in a wild-west start.
She rides like the wind and loves with all her heart, she’s a cowgirl, part heaven, part earth.
A cowgirl’s heart has roots in the wild, no fear in her eyes, only the freedom of the wide-open sky.
Born to ride, destined to love. That’s a cowgirl’s way of life.
Kisses sweeter than sweet tea and a heart stronger than a cowboy’s love, that’s a cowgirl’s charm.
Do not mistake her silence for weakness, she’s a cowgirl with a storm in her heart.
A cowgirl lives by her own rules: Ride hard, smile often, and love with all your heart.
She’s sunshine mixed with a little hurricane. She is a cowgirl.
Dust on her boots, love in her heart, a fearless cowgirl is a work of art.
She’s a dream in boots, a belle in a hat, a spirited cowgirl, as simple as that.
She is poised under pressure and fights against all odds, that’s what a true cowgirl does.
Cowgirl by birth, Wild by choice.
Courage isn’t having the strength to go on; it’s going on when you don’t have the strength, that?s what a cowgirl is.
Don’t try to tame her; her wild spirit is her biggest charm. She’s a cowgirl, darling!
Boots, class, and a little sass? that’s what cowgirls are made of.
With the strength of a cowboy and the heart of a queen, she?s not just any cowgirl; she?s everything in between.
She’s whiskey in a teacup, she’s a cowgirl, strong and sweet.
Not every girl dreams of being a princess, some dream to become a cowgirl.
She leaves a little sparkle wherever she goes, yes, she’s a cowgirl, as radiant as a rose.
With wind in her hair and dust in her boots, she followed her heart, and it led her to the roots.