Among the performances, the Ladies of RIDE TV’s ‘Cowgirls’ to exhibit Ranch Bronc Riding
Ride Television Network, Inc. (RIDE TV) is excited to announce that they will be streaming the Cheyenne Frontier Days Wild West Show live on RIDE TV GO. The Wild West Show kicks off the Cheyenne Frontier Days as a part of Opening Day Celebrations. The network has been in talks with the team from Cheyenne Frontier Days for some time discussing various opportunities to showcase all of the western heritage that the event has to offer.
“We are thrilled to give the ladies of Cowgirls the opportunity to exhibit traditional ranch bronc riding at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Wild West Show,” said Craig Morris, RIDE TV President. “The ‘Daddy of ‘em all’ is the rodeo stage that all cowboys and cowgirls aspire to compete on, and we are happy to offer a streaming experience to rodeo enthusiasts everywhere through RIDE TV GO.”
The Wild West Show will be on “Frontier Friday,” to kick off the Cheyenne Frontier Days. Gates open at 10:30a.m. and the Wild West Show begins at 2:00p.m., featuring Cheyenne Frontier Days history, horse-drawn artillery demonstrations, antique automobiles, trick riding, ladies ranch bronc riding and more.
“We are excited to have the women return to ride broncs at [Cheyenne Frontier Days]. They have been such a great part of our history; it will be great to celebrate this event,” said Nicole Gamst, Cheyenne Frontier Days Marketing Director
Rodeo fans won’t want to miss their opportunity to watch the Wild West Show action LIVE on RIDE TV GO. Customers can visit www.RIDETVGO.com to subscribe for just $9.99 per month and receive 20% off their subscription when they use code WILDWEST.
About Ride Television Network Inc.
RIDE TV is a privately held corporation based in Fort Worth, Texas. The company was formed in 2011 for the purpose of launching a 24-hour, high definition, television network dedicated to featuring equestrian sports and lifestyle content . RIDE TV launched in October 2014 and is available in the United States, Asia, Latin America and Canada. For more information, visit www.RIDETV.com.