Mounted Shooting Industry Advisor
Annie Bianco has been a part of the western industry for over 25 years both in the competition arena as a hall of fame world class cowgirl and on the business end as a marketing influencer ambassador. Annie is the first women to ever win an overall world championship in the male dominated sport of Cowboy Mounted Shooting paving the way for other women in the sport as a coach, trainer and mentor. She proudly led the sport into the mainstream rodeo, equestrian, media world representing Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) and U.S. Mounted Shooting Association (USMS). Her horse breeding/training program has been recognized both by American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) & APHA(American Paint Horse Association) as a lifetime member. In the rodeo world she ran the innovative Team Colt Firearms sponsorship program for the PRCA. Annie is currently the team leader of the Wrangler National Patriot Program (2010 to present) visiting US troops worldwide including Iraq/Afghanistan war zones and US bases coaching equine handling techniques to SOF forces instructors at the US Marine Mountain Warfare Training Center. She raises thousands of dollars for armed forces charities at her "Outlaw Annie's-Shoot for the Troops "event (2010-present). Annie resides in Scottsdale, Arizona actively preserving the western industry by serving on boards, consulting, producing and competing in Mounted Shooting events.