Wild Horse Annie Tee by Original Cowgirl Clothing Company.
Cowgirl History: Velma Bronn Johnston 1912-1977.
She was more famously known as “Wild Horse Annie,” Velma Johnston spent decades of her life fighting to protect wild horses. On her way to work one morning she saw something that changed the course of her life. A trailer of half-dead, injured wild horses were on their way to a pet food factory, and the sight of the poor injured horses inspired her vow to help Mustangs. Johnston took on Congress, fought powerful ranchers, and performed perilous vigilante missions to free wild horses. She encouraged children to write to Congress, and this campaign flooded the government with more mail than any issue besides the Vietnam War. The Wild Free-Roaming Horse and Burro Act passed in 1971, largely due to her dedication and as an example of what one person can achieve in the political process.
This updated essential unisex tee fits like a well-loved favorite, featuring a crew neck, short sleeves, and is designed with superior airlum combed and ring-spun cotton.
Unisex sizing--X-Small to 4-XL sizing
4.2 oz., 100% combed and ring-spun cotton, 30 singles
Disclaimer: Please note that the sizing chart is subject to change
Machine wash cold, inside out with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low-medium or lay flat. Do not iron decoration/graphics.