Cartwright Ranch
The Cartwrights
Alan Cartwright
One of Alan Cartwright's Winston Shoots

A Benbrook, Texas native, Alan Cartwright has been performing since age 6. A member of the Screen Actors Guild since 1975, Alan has worked in many aspects of the entertainment industry. He has performed in over 6,000 live appearances and "Wild West Show" productions at rodeos, amusement parks and fairs, nation wide. In addition Alan has worked on numerous films, Television shows, commercials, still shots and print ads. Some of his projects include "Bronco Billy", Wishbone", Texas Tourism; print ads for Winston and international Marlboro video ads. Alan also traveled to London, England as a guest performer, trick riding in a circus special which was produced and carried by NBC in the United States and BBC television in the United Kingdom.

He has traveled worldwide, exhibiting his trick riding skills, Roman riding horsemanship, multiple hitch driving ability, his accuracy with a bullwhip and unbeatable marksmanship with his Henry rifle or his .45 Colts. He was the curator, producer and director of Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show from 1992- 2001. He also produced "Western Round Up" Wild West show at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo from 1996-2001.

Alan Cartwright and Scout

When Alan is not making a true living symbol of "the cowboy", you will find him traveling the country, representing Wells Fargo Bank as one of their few certified Stagecoach drivers. Alan is truly a multi-talented horseman, actor, entertainer and historian.

Georgia Cartwright

A Texas native, the love and respect for horses, of all disciplines was instilled in Georgia from the beginning. Raised in an AQHA/ ApHA "show horse" family, began training her own horses at age 12 and started riding horses for the public at age 18.

In the last 20 years, she expanded to driving disciplines. (Single, teams, multiple hitch) Georgia is currently the only certified female hitch driver for Wells Fargo Bank, in the State of Texas. It is an honor to be able to represent them.