Tammy Sronce

The most dangerous woman on horseback, Tammy Scronce, joins us with tips on training for extreme sports.


Tammy resides in Weatherford, Texas, which is approximately 1/2 hr west of Fortworth.Tammy, a native Australian came to Texas to train cutting horses. For many years Tammy worked alongside Hall of Fame cutting horse trainer, Lindy Burch of Oxbow Ranch, Weatherford, TX. Tammy now lives in Weatherford, and she uses her many years of horsemanship skills, to train shooting horses full time, as well as give demonstrations, lessons and mounted shooting clinics.

You can also catch Tammy on the ‘Walkabout Tour’ with Clinton Anderson, and at various ‘Mustang Makeovers’ with the Mustang Heritage Foundation, representing The American Competitive Trail Horse Association. Check out the ‘My Schedule’ page for tour dates and locations. For more information on the American Competitive Trail Horse Association, go to www.actha.us.

Tammy is currently the number ‘#1’ ranked Cowgirl in Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association, a spot she has held for over two years. She spends a lot of time on the road travelling to various CMSA events promoting the line of custom mounted shooting saddles Tammy Sronce developed with Double J Saddlery. Tammy is also an advisory board member for ‘Western Horseman’ magazine, and a writer for ‘Western Shooting Horse’ magazine. Tammy is a board member on the CMSA National Wrangler Committee. Tammy is a two-time high point national champion, a two-time CMSA World Champion Cowgirl (2006 & 2008) and is a two-time CMSA National Champion Cowgirl (2007 & 2008). Tammy also claims Overall titles from both the Western (2007 &2009) and Eastern U.S. Championships (2006 & 2007 & 2008). Sronce also claimes major rifle championships from the National, Eastern and Western Championships.

Sronce a past world record holder. In the team events, she was named ‘Top Team’ in both the Open, and the Cowboy/Cowgirl divisions at the 2006,2007 & 2008 CMSA World Championships, and the 2007 & 2008 CMSA National Championships. Tammy Sronce was the first ever Cowgirl competitor in CMSA to reach the Level 6 status, the first cowgirl to win an Overall High Point Championship, and the only person to ever sweep overall titles in all four major CMSA championships. Sronce is also one of only two ladies to ever win a CMSA Overall Rifle championship, against the cowboys.

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