America's First Cowgirl

Lucille Mulhall grew up roping and riding, entertaining crowds at her father's Wild West Show just outside of Guthrie. As a young girl, her skills were so impressive that President Teddy Roosevelt gave her the fitting nickname of "America's First Cowgirl." This week on LoyalTV, discover the fascinating life of Lucille Mulhall, from her rodeo roots in Oklahoma to her trailblazing career entertaining tens of thousands around the world.