The Cowboy Channel Airs 40 Days of Texas Rodeo

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The Cowboy Channel is airing a new TV series called “40 Days of Texas Rodeo,” featuring action from all our favorite rodeos. They are re-airing the biggest 2020 ProRodeo Texas Winter Rodeos. Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, and San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo are included.

President & General Manager of The Cowboy Channel Jeff Medders said, “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. It was so much fun to see those rodeos start the year here on The Cowboy Channel. What could be better than an encore performance?”

The Cowboy Channel Rodeo Lineup

The Cowboy Channel Airs 40 Days of Texas Rodeo

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A full schedule of the rodeo lineup is available on Information about how to get The Cowboy Channel in your area is also available on their website.

“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.”

Spokesmen for the four Texas rodeos all expressed gratitude for The Cowboy Channel allowing rodeo fans to relive some of their live competitions. Brad Barnes, President and General Manager Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo; and Joel Cowley, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo President/CEO, said the series helped keep their western heritage alive.

Cody Davenport, Executive Director/CEO of San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo hoped watching their action-packed rodeo would spread positive feelings for the future. Executive Director, San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Justin Jonas said their PRCA finals and Cinch Chute-Out should provide quality television while we all look forward to better days ahead… and more rodeo!

The Cowboy Channel is the official network of ProRodeo. It’s also the first 24-hour television network totally dedicated to western sports and the western lifestyle. From their Fort Worth stockyards headquarters, they focus on ProRodeo, bull riding, roping, reining, and barrel racing. Other western sports genres, plus western fashion, music, and movies at featured on their lineup. The network’s distribution includes 42 million homes on cable/satellite systems. The channel can also be streamed via Sling TV’s Heartland Extra package.