Retailer of the week: 2 Senoritas

2 Senoritas is located at Stockyards Mercantile in Oklahoma City, OK. Owned

by two sisters, Trisha Parent and Trina Kubicki, we are trying to bring a

modern feel to traditional hispanic and vintage cowgirl looks.

We really like to mix Spanish, indian, cowgirl, and just a little bit of
bling to create an affordable modern southern style! We are still a new

store/site and are trying to build on what our customers want.

Thanks for allowing us to include the Original Cowgirl T's in our product

lines. They are a great fit for the look we are going for.

1312 S. Agnew, Oklahoma City, OK 73099
Mon - Thurs:10:00 am-6:00 pm Fri:10:00 am-8:00 pm Sat:9:00 am-8:00 pm Sun:1:00 pm-4:00 pm
(405) 605-4390

Memorial Day

We pause on this special day, Memorial Day, to remember those who died so that we, as Americans, can be free. They left behind wives, husbands, children, mothers and fathers in service to the United States of America, you and me.

Most of us have, or have had, members of our family or friends that have served or are currently serving in our military. Today, as we remember those that gave the ultimate sacrifice and those they left behind, also remember to say a prayer too for those now serving this great country, America.

Keep riding--stay happy

Happy Trails,
Red Barn Ranch
for All Things Cowgirl

New Arrivals: Annie Oakley Handbags

New Annie Oakley Handbags! In Black, Pink and Tan!
Check them out now at

Annie OakleyImage via Wikipedia
Her name was Phoebe Moses and she was born in Darke County, Ohio in 1860 and she could shoot the head off a running quail when she was twelve years old.
Once, at the invitation of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, she knocked the ashes off a cigaret he was holding in his mouth.
When she out-shot the great exhibition marksman, Frank Butler, he fell in love with her and they were ideally happy the rest of their long lives.
She could handle a rifle or a six-gun with an artistry unsurpassed by that of any human being before her time or, probably, since. And when she appeared with Sitting Bull and other notables in Colonel Cody's Wild West Show, she thrilled your father and mother -- not as Phoebe Anne Oakley Moses but as "Little Sure Shot," the immortal Annie Oakley.
Annie Oakley, the poor back-country orphan girl who made her way to world-wide fame, was the very spirit of personal independence. That spirit is just as much alive in our generation as it was in hers.

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Retailer of the Week: Twenty Hooves Tack

In business since 2008, our mission is to provide the best equine tack and products at affordable prices. We pride ourselves on personal attention and unsurpassed customer service. Although we are a young company, it is backed by many years of business and service experience.

We strive to offer you the best possible prices on items! One way we do this is by keeping our costs down, so whenever possible we recycle boxes and fancy shipping boxes! This would only cut into your savings on the products! We know you would rather see lower prices than fancy packing materials with our name on them!!!

Home Tours

A customer sent this article to us to pass on to our customers. Something they are going to try in their small town too.

Julie Lancia and Barb Mueller, the co-owners of JB Winterberry in WheatonIllinois, explained how participating in a local Home Tour helps them promote their shop. Follow their tips to make this type of event work for you.

1. Show the community that your shop is alive and well by starting or participating in a local home tour. If your community has a home tour or another similar event, get involved! If your area doesn’t have one, start one! For the past five years, JB Winterberry has participated in the Center for History’s House Walk. For this event, select stores are asked to decorate one of five homes with fall decor. These houses are then opened to the public for a house walk. When Barb and Julie decorate the home, they include JB Winterberry touches in every room. Visitors see the creative displays and want to replicate them in their own homes, often going to Barb and Julie’s shop to find the exact same products. 

2. Partner with another local business for products or services that you don’t provide. If you’d like to participate in a local home tour, but you don’t offer all of the products or services necessary to decorate an entire house, partner with another local business that can fill in the gaps. JB Winterberry doesn’t sell fresh flowers, so they asked a local florist to combine talents with them. Barb and Julie embellished the dining room table with a range of JB Winterberry products, and then on the morning of the walk, the florist delivered a fresh arrangement for the center of the table.

3. Offer to sell tickets for the event in your shop. When participating in any fund-raising event that requires tickets, offer to sell the tickets in your store. JB Winterberry sells tickets for the history center house walk for three weeks prior to the event. As a thank you from the history center, the shop’s advertising is free in a brochure that is distributed throughout the walk. Even if you don’t receive free advertising for selling tickets, it will still bring a lot of potential customers into your store.

4. Find out if your store name will be included in all promotional literature for the event. Most fund-raising events include participating businesses’ names in promotional literature, such as brochures, flyers, websites, etc., but make sure this is the case with your event. Participating in an event such as a home tour takes a lot of time and extra work, so you want to get your name out as much as possible.

5. Ask if you can include business cards or signs promoting your store in your decorated home. If you’re decorating a home with merchandise from your shop, ask if you can include cards or signage telling attendees where the products can be purchased. Just be sure to keep the cards or signs small so they aren’t distracting. For their house walk, Barb and Julie tucked small cards with JB Winterberry’s information in their home’s displays. This helped draw many attendees back to their store after the event.

6. Make sure your local media are covering the event. Whether it’s a local television station, newspaper or radio station, make sure local media outlets know about the event. Because of the community nature of a house walk, JB Winterberry usually receives local newspaper coverage, and two years ago, a local radio station held a live remote in front of the shop’s decorated home.

7. Tell staff members to talk up event. It sounds simple, but asking your staff members to talk about the home tour is an easy way to promote both the event and your store. Get your staff excited about the tour and ask them to tell customers in the store as well as their own friends and family.

8. Ask the homeowners if they’d like to purchase any of the merchandise at a discount after the event. With so much time put into decorating a home, it’s definitely worth asking the homeowners if they’re interested in purchasing any of the items after the event. Last year, the owners of JB Winterberry’s home purchased over half of what was displayed. By offering a discount on the large purchase, Barb and Julie didn’t have to pack everything up to bring back to the shop.
Times are tough for small businesses and your customers. Participating in local events is a great way to put yourself out in the community, and the community will in turn support you.

Retailer of the Week: CCL Ranch Decor

Find the very best rustic home decor and ranch décor right here!

No matter if you are a cowboy, farrier, a barrel racer, a reiner or a cutter, or if you just like to sit 

and watch the cactus grow, you will find something at CCL Ranch Decor to reflect your way of 

CCL Ranch Decor has quality Western Home Decor, featuring a large variety of Western 
Decor, Rustic Home Decor, Western Bath Accessories, and Western Bedding.  No matter where you live, Country Kitchen 
Decor, Rustic Quilts and Western Bedding Sets in your home, cabin, lodge or ranch bring the rugged spirit of the West into 
the heart of your home.  Look through the Ranch and you will find quality Western Cowboy Decor such as Western Shower 
Hooks, Leather Pillows, and Western Art Prints.  Honestly, while we aren't the biggest, we are the best in our personal 
service. We truly want the best for you in quality Western Decor to decorate your cabin, lodge or country western home.  If 
we do not have a particular item, we have been known for helping our customers find it somewhere else.  We love our 
customers and know that they will be back to find that perfect western lamp or western picture frame , so please check 
often with us as we add new Western Decor items often and at  prices to fit everyone's budget.

Decor: Crosses

Crosses hold a personal message for each of us. You can choose from our beautiful collection of cast iron wall crosses,  free standing floor crosses and table top crosses for inspiration and reflection.

Retailer of the Week: Thrifty Horse Consignment

960 6th St
# 103B
Norco, CA 92860
                                         (951) 280-0294          
 Everyday Hours 9am - 6pm!
Come see the new and improved Thrifty Horse Consignment Shoppe. 
Thrifty Horse has all the brands you have come to know and trust. You can find Excellent deals on new and used items for the show and everyday use!
Thrifty Horse Consignment Shoppe now has an arena right in front of our store for our customers to ride on in and shop! Ride on in and park your horse in our new arena with hitching posted. The arena is fully fence for safety, is large enough to try saddles to insure you get the best fit and  has wonderful sand footing. 

You can also haul your horse in as well!
Save Gas, Get That Horse Exercised & Have Fun Shopping! 

All the Best Things You've Come to Expect From Us
  • Largest Selection of Used Saddles in Southern California!
  • English & Western Tack & Apparel
  • Blankets & Horsewear
  • Fly Products & Supplements
  • & Clothes & equipment for your Mini!
Prepare for the Show Season
Largest English & Western Selection of New & Used
Saddles, Bridles, Clothing & Grooming Equipment!
Thrifty Horse also carries jewelry,
gift & decor items, books and so much more!

"We can't wait to see y'all"
Bill & Fran Klovstad

New Arrivals: Ridem' Cowgirl

Ridem' Cowgirl- V-neck Burnout in pomegranate and our Ridem' Cowgirl-Scoop-neck Burnout in Ocean Blue are hot and going fast!

Store Displays

Weathered Antiqued Display Organizer

Perfect piece to set next to the cash register for impulse purchases or to use a focus piece in a display.

Endless uses--Three divided compartments
Approx  12 inches long x 7 inches wide  x 4.5 inches high
Made of metal, sturdy wire handle with wooden center grip

Be sure to check out one of our many beautiful store displays

Retailer of the Week:

About us I live outside a small town in Eastern Oregon. Beautiful mountains surrounding our home. I live with my husband and our two daughter. We enjoy the mountains, camping, & being outdoors.
Outside of spending time with my family I enjoy spending time with my two horses & four dogs. I also breed Great Danes from time to time. I've had Great Danes for about twenty years now. Fawn & brindle are my choice of colors. Have had all. Great dogs especially if you’re looking for a wonderful, loving, gentle, family dog.
I decided about a year ago that I wanted to start another business doing something I really enjoyed. So, I started this website. I love shopping for great gift ideas and beautiful home décor & furnishings. This is what I really enjoy doing. I have a lot of support from others in the business & enjoy finding & adding new items daily. I love the western lifestyle & look.
Western décor offers a real cozy feeling in our home & I hope I can help you get that cozy feeling in your home, cabin or lodge as well.

Here are a few of RBR products that you can find at

Miss Rodeo Old Fort Days

Miss Rodeo Old Fort Days
2010 Miss Rodeo Old Fort Days- Jessica Chitwood from Alma, AR

2010 JR Miss Rodeo Old Fort Days- Mary Bryant from Prairie Grove, AR

2010 Miss Rodeo Old Fort Days Princess- Shelbi Rice from Natural Dam, AR

Red Barn Ranch Wholesale is a proud sponsor of the Old Fort Days Rodeo Queen Pageant.  As a former pageant contestant herself, the owner of Red Barn Ranch Wholesale has supported many events like this over the years.

More pictures coming soon!


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