The Coyote Cowgirl
The Coyote Cowgirl clothing line is all about vintage western, a dash of punchy, plus some gypsy in the mix. We strive to keep our families old buffalo ranch tradition alive in the designs! TCC is based on Christian hearts, hard working hands, and a love for the old Wild West. We promise honest and true designs to remember the ole west, and to bring the light of Christianity to the world.
I'm Sarah Jo, owner and founder of The Coyote Cowgirl. I grew up in a small town raising buffalo with my family. I was around the rodeo and ranching lifestyle, but the fashion is what caught my eye. I'm a lover of all things old school- especially western. My biggest dream was to become a fashion designer, but the one that emphasizes the old west in the designs. My general attire is square toe ostrich boots and a whole lot of turquoise. Simplicity is best in my fashion mind, except when turquoise is being worn. I love everything about the western world, and strive to keep its style alive. God is my number one man and my life goal to be the best light of Christ I can be. My business prays over decisions, works hard with proof from the callouses on my teams hands, and listens to 90's country in the shop. God Bless, Sarah Jo, head coyote
My name is Haley Hughes, and I'm a lover of life. Where I'm living is hard to tell because I am always traveling through God's country. My main passion has always been raising, training and running my own barrel horses. I grew up in western North Dakota, I enjoy everything a small town girl should but I've always had an adventurous heart and a gypsy soul.
I am the head graphic designer for Impact Church in North Scottsdale, AZ. I also do custom illustrations, graphic designs, paintings, and photography. Art has always been my God-given gift. I'm blessed to be able to express myself through western fashion, doing what I love and living out my lifelong goal on the rodeo trail.
I am from Decatur, Texas, and never would've envisioned myself living in Oklahoma! I've grown up around cattle my entire life, and aside from agriculture, sports and art have my heart! I made my way to Oklahoma by way of scholarship to play collegiate volleyball. After almost two years of living here, I fell in love with a cowboy! Long story short, I finished out my collegiate volleyball career, and had quite a few reasons to stay in Oklahoma after all! Even though life gets very busy most of the time, I am grateful for the constant encouragement from my family to never let me forget art as a passion of mine! My full time jobs allows me to serve farmers and ranchers everyday, and aside from that, we run a Beefmaster herd and farm wheat in Southwest Oklahoma!
My name is Josh Wheeler. I am currently a Graphic Designer for Anheuser-Busch in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I also do freelance graphic design work from my home. I have been married to my wife, Taylor, for 7 years and we have a 4 year old son, Lucas. In my spare time, I enjoy hunting and fishing as well as playing golf and smoking cigars. I also have an art studio in my home where I paint when I have the time.
My name is Maria Rubio and I am from Harrison, Arkansas. When I am not at college, I am either drawing, hiking with my mutt Hooey, or riding in the Buffalo National River Park with my mule Jake. I am an Agricultural Business Major and basically live off coffee and chocolate. My appreciation for old western style art is what I try to reflect in my work. I grew up in the rodeo life, but now I simply enjoy trail riding in the mountains. I’m thrilled to be a part of the TCC team!
Hey y'all! I'm Jordan Pierce, an original from Shawville, born and raised in Cleveland Texas, 22 years old and studying education. I'm a rodeo carnie on the weekends, a thrift store finder for a steal and a coffee drinker every morning. My momma taught me right from wrong, the best ways to cook, and how to stick to my western roots always. I love the western way of life and keeping it simple, classy and rolling with what you got. Fashion has always caught my eye and there's something about finding that unique piece with a story and character that I love so much! There's a story with every thread and The Coyote Cowgirl has done just that with their unique trends and statement finds. I couldn't be more proud to be apart of their team of fashionistas, buffalo lovers and western way of life gals! "I figure if a girl wants to be a legend, she should just go ahead and be one!" ~Calamity Jane
My name is Sarah Brown, I’m currently living in Stephenville, Texas starting colts and training horses for the public. I ride broncs on the side and fit in cowboying when I can. I enjoy traveling and always have my mutt dog tagging along. I appreciate the simple things like coffee on a cold morning, and small acts of kindness. Just living a beautiful life by the grace of God.
Hey Ya’ll my name is Blaze Taylor, I’m from the small town of Tonganoxie, Ks I am a sophomore at North Eastern Oklahoma A&M college where I’m a member of the rodeo team and I compete in barrel racing and breakaway roping. I am working towards getting my major in Ag business and Media Communications I plan to use my degrees to promote the western lifestyle and help to educate people about agriculture. Most of my friends would describe me as outgoing, loud, coffee lover, and turquoise freak. Growing up in the rodeo industry fashion has always been something I’ve been interested in and TCC helps me express my love for fashion. TCC is such a unique brand and I’m so excited to be a part of such an amazing company that has an even more amazing story
Hey Yall! My name is Alexis Magana, I’m from the South Texas town of Sugar Land. I am 20 years old and currently going to school to earn an ag business degree. I’ve spent the last two years going to school up north in the small town of McCook, Nebraska on scholarship but, now I am ready and eager to start a new chapter in my life. I would describe myself as creative, a little on the wild side, and not afraid to be expressive, which I think The Coyote Cowgirl brand is all about. Growing up on a cattle ranch and being brought up in a rodeo family along with its industry has given me a whole new respect and appreciation for the western way of life and of course, its fashion. I would describe my style as a mix between cowgirl and hippie. I love turquoise, wild rags and rad graphic tees. I’m very excited and blessed for the opportunity to share the TCC story and most importantly being able to represent such an influential company in the western fashion world.
Caiti grew up on a small 160 acre family farm growing grain corn and hay in Northern Colorado. Her family also raised Pinzgauer and Angus beef cattle. From a young age, Caiti developed a love and appreciation for farming and raising livestock. She helped on the farm every opportunity that she had from planting, harvesting and irrigating, to doctoring cattle and breaking horses. She received her first horse when she was 9 and broke her first horse when she was 13. She was in a tractor before she could walk and spent every minute possible outside playing in the dirt and helping her dad and papa on the farm! She originally went to Cornell College in Iowa to study Kinesiology, play volleyball and run track but missed her agriculture roots so she transferred back to Colorado State University and graduated with an AGBusiness degree. She currently works as a sales representative for DVAuction, videoing animals and providing online bidding services for customers at production sales. In her free time, she does some regulatory compliance consulting for large feedlots and dairies, works at a feedlot riding pens and doctoring cattle and helps on her family’s farm. She also has a livestock company, under which she runs her own cow/calf pairs, raises and trains quarter horses, starts colts for clients, and keeps honeybees.
Hey! My name is Lauren Leflett and I’m from Benton, Louisiana. I am a student at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine and currently living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana which is definitely a change from the small town of Benton. I received my B.S. in Animal Science at Louisiana Tech University where I was a collegiate cheerleader. I am the fifth generation to grow up on our family farm. The farm has seen the production of hay, cotton, wheat, milo, pecans, catfish, and crawfish throughout the years. Today, it is primarily a commercial cow-calf operation. We also provide steers/heifers to producers for team-ropings and sortings. I come from a rodeo family so we also have several roping horses along with our pasture horses. I trained one of my head horses on the barrels, so before starting vet school, you would find me at a rodeo or a team-roping almost every weekend. I’ve experienced God’s goodness in so many ways. I believe he blesses us with every opportunity. I am very excited to be on the TCC team!