Bluebonnet Feeds Welcomes NRHA Professional Abby Lengel to the Pro Rider Team

Posted by Bluebonnet Feeds News on Apr 6th 2021

Photos courtesy of: Veronika Equine Photography

For Immediate release. 

April 6, 2021 - Ardmore, OK - Bluebonnet Feeds announced the addition of another great athlete to its Pro Rider team. Abby Lengel is a top NRHA professional, was the 2018 Horsewoman of the Year and continues to inspire many as a break out competitor.

“As a long-time customer, we’re proud to officially have Abby Lengel as part of the Bluebonnet team. It's an honor to support athletes who are not only great at what they do, but also contribute to the future of the horse industry,” says President John Langemeier, “while Abby is obviously an extremely accomplished reining professional, she is also a steward of the equine industry and continuously inspires positive horsemanship – something that is very important to us at Bluebonnet Feeds.”

Abby Lengel, is a Texas-based professional horsewoman and NRHA Open competitor. “I’m proud to be a part of a team that cares so much about my horse's health and performance.” said Lengel. “The quality of the product and the customer service is outstanding. My horses have never looked and felt so good.” 

Photo courtesy of: Veronika Equine Photography

She joins the Bluebonnet Feeds Pro Rider team, now consisting of 19 athletes across many disciplines, including reining, dressage, show jumping, roping, barrels and more.

Abby trains out of Diamond Creek Ranch, an elite performance horse facility, home of the TCU Women’s Equestrian team. All of the equine athletes at DCR are also fed Bluebonnet Feeds to help them perform at their very best.

About Bluebonnet Feeds
Bluebonnet Feeds ( believes that “Quality is the Best Value”, innovating to bring the latest in equine nutrition to their diverse line of products. Also raising the bar on label transparency, Bluebonnet Feeds is proud to maintain open labels, locked formulas, and an ionophore-FREE facility as a standard policy.

About Abby Lengel
Abby Lengel is a NRHA Professional with more than $250,000 in LTE (and growing). Abby began her career as a successful non pro, before working for NRHA Two Million Dollar Rider, Casey Deary, for five years prior to starting her own business in 2019. Abby was also the 2018 Horsewoman of the Year, top 10 in the Run for a Million and a break out star on the hit TV show, The Last Cowboy.

About Diamond Creek Ranch
Diamond Creek Ranch is an elite performance horse facility. Home of Abby Lengel Performance Horses and the TCU Women’s Equestrian team, the facility features a 125 x 300 outdoor arena, 100 x 200 indoor arena, 150 x 330 covered arena, and 40 acres of turnout!