Cowboy Mounted Shooting Lessons, Training & Sales.
Host of the Western Radio Show on the Horse Radio Network
Tammy is now back riding and teaching students again in Stephenville, TX after her recovery from a TBI. Sronce also finished 4th Overall Cowgirl at the 2013 CMSA World Championships, won High Overall at the 2013 NRS Shootout and Overall Champion Cowgirl at the 2013 Midland Classic and Glenrose Day of the Cowboy.
Tammy is a multiple CMSA World & National Champion Cowgirl who can help you in all aspects of Cowboy Mounted Shooting. Tammy holds National Rifle Championships and is a previous world record holder. Originally from Perth, Australia, Tammy has many years experience training and showing mounted shooting horses all over the United States. Based in Stephenville, Texas, riders who are interested in getting started in mounted shooting are welcome to email for more information, book a lesson or come and watch the sport. Whether you are new to Cowboy Mounted Shooting or if you would like to work on your horsemanship skills, contact Tammy Sronce at email@example.com
What is C.M.S.A.?
Mounted Shooting contestants compete in this fast action timed event using two .45 caliber single action revolvers each loaded with five rounds of specially prepared blank ammunition. The C.M.S.A. has a variety of levels of competition for everyone, ranging from novice levels to the seasoned professional. Courses of fire are set in a variety of patterns. The first half (5 targets) of a course of fire will vary with each go and requires the horse and rider to stop, turn, change leads and accelerate rapidly. The second half (5 targets), called the “run down”, is a straight course with targets set at 36 foot intervals. Competitors negotiate these courses at high speed, requiring both horsemanship and marksmanship.
Texas Shooting Horses
Western Radio Show
Stephenville, TX 76401
(940) 859- 6512