World & National Champion
Annie Bianco Ellett, Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) World Champion Cowgirl and Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) Overall World Champion, is perhaps the most recognized person in all of cowboy mounted shooting and has helped revolutionize the sport. She is the first and only woman in mounted shooting to win a world title overall. Annie travels the country competing and offering shooting seminars. Her student following is world wide. Annie’s shooting and riding skills have been featured on ESPN, Outdoor Life Network, TNN and Fox Sports Television, and she is the official shooting instructor in CMT’s hit reality show “Cowboy U.” She is also staring as one of the three judges in the New CMT show "Americas Top Cowboy. Articles about her have appeared in numerous books, and worldwide magazines, where she has graced many of the covers. No stranger to the spotlight, Annie has had a successful career in modeling that has spanned two decades, and was recognized as one of Daimler Chrysler’s Top Presenters at Automotive New Product & Concept Introductions Nationwide. She has a marketing degree from Saint Mary’s Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana. Annie was the front-woman for the PRCA Team Colt Rodeo program.
Annie is currently the National spokesperson for CMSA and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2007, She’s a Wrangler endorsee and a member of the Prestigious Cimarron Firearms Team of World Champions. She was honored as one of the judges for the Miss Rodeo America Contest during the 2007 WNFR. As a shooting enthusiast, she is a member of the National Rifle Association and SASS. She is also a lifetime American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) and American Paint Horse Association member in the horse world. Her world and national champion AQHA foundation stallion, El Costa Prom is highly sought for breeding across the country and is the "winningest" horse in the sport of mounted shooting. Annie makes her home at her ranch in Cave Creek, Arizona with daughter Sierra Lyn and husband Dave Ellett, retired National Hockey League Allstar and owner of the New Mexico Scorpions Hockey Franchise.