Miranda Lambert’s Mounted Shooting Fun With ‘Gal Gang’
Miranda Lambert took a break from her Velvet Rodeo Las Vegas show to head south to Arizona and do some cowgirl fun with friends, including riding horses and shooting guns.
Miranda posted a series of video clips from the time she spent with old friends and new ones, riding horses, shooting, and more. She captioned the clips on Instagram, “Y’all… I got to take a few days off from the Velvet Rodeo in Vegas to go cowgirlin’ in AZ with my sweet friend @kenda_lenseigne. Thank you for welcoming @samanthacrook1 and me into your bad a– gal gang and for introducing us to all your friends and family.”
She continued, “Oh, and thanks for letting us camp in the bus in your yard for 3 days. Everyone was so great to us. Your knowledge, kindness, and skill blew our minds. And most importantly thank you for letting me ride Lieutenant Justin the legend. I’ll never get over that. What a horse. There were a lot of first-times for everythings this week. Mounted shooting, cutting, and sorting cows (thanks to Kent and Janice ) and elk bourguignon made by Ian. Loved it all. Y’all can’t get rid of us now. See ya way too soon.”
Lambert described some slides in the post: “Slide 3 Bam Bam doing Bam Bam things in the back. Last slide is the boss @kenda_lenseigne showing us how it’s done. The actual Fastest Girl in Town.”
She concluded, “Take away sayin’s from the week …
Stay ready so you don’t have to get ready
Do whatever is fun
No tears Tuesday
Let’s give em a do-over (3rd time a charm, team ML and Kenda)
Country Money (thanks, Sam, for repping my merch shirt).”
See that post here.
Miranda recently made her annual shopping spree at Tractor Supply Company, then she and her bandmates visited Hearts Alive Village and Nevada SPCA in Las Vegas to share a truckload of fabulous pet toys, beds, and supplies with the shelters.
She said, “There’s nothing more fun or more fulfilling for me than visiting with shelter pets – animal shelters are my holiday happy place.”
Hearts Alive Village was honored by MuttNation as the 2023 Mutts Across America recipient, annually recognizing one shelter in every state for its outstanding work.