40 Days of Texas Rodeo Exclusively on The Cowboy Channel

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Today, The Cowboy Channel has announced that with its commitment to continue to entertain viewers and rodeo fans, the network will begin airing a new television series, “40 Days of Texas Rodeo” starting immediately. The Cowboy Channel will be re-airing every day of the biggest 2020 ProRodeo Texas Winter Rodeos which include: Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, and San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo.

“The rodeo season always begins with a bang! Fort Worth, San Antonio, Houston and San Angelo - if a cowboy or cowgirl has a good winter run, it really sets the stage for an easy road to the National Finals Rodeo,” said Jeff Medders, President and General Manager of The Cowboy Channel. “It was so much fun to see those rodeos start the year here on The Cowboy Channel, and what could be better than an encore performance?”

“This is another great example of The Cowboy Channel being the leader in western sports television coverage,” PRCA CEO George Taylor said. “Our fans and members know the tradition of Texas rodeos and will enjoy watching these special moments.”

Full schedule through April 19 is listed below. Complete schedule to be released in the coming week:


Comments from the Texas Winter Rodeos:


Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo: “We at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo are very grateful to Patrick Gottsch and The Cowboy Channel for providing reruns of our FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament and look forward to more live broadcasts of other outstanding rodeos once this challenging pandemic is behind us,” said Brad Barnes, President and General Manager of the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo.

RodeoHouston: “Thanks to our friends at The Cowboy Channel, rodeo fans were able to experience some of the 2020 RODEOHOUSTON Super Series competitions live,” said Joel Cowley, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo president and CEO. “Though our 2020 event ended sooner than expected and many other rodeos have been canceled, The Cowboy Channel is able to keep our rich, western heritage alive during these unprecedented times with the re-airing of RODEOHOUSTON as well as other great rodeos.”

San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo: “We would like to thank The Cowboy Channel for re-airing our rodeo during these challenging times,” said Cody Davenport, Executive Director and CEO of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. “It is our hope that watching our action-packed rodeo will spread a sense of positivity for the future.”

San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo: “The San Angelo Rodeo Association would be honored to share the uniqueness of our event,” said Justin Jonas, Executive Director of San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo. “A few hours of San Angelo’s PRCA Finals and Cinch Chute-Out will provide some welcomed, quality television as we look forward to more rodeo and better days ahead.”


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