Gathering rich history for generations to share.
The one thing we learn quickly in life is that it is short.
This makes gathering and documenting an accurate historical account of that history all the more important.
This week on
The Cody Nite Rodeo
Cody is the “Rodeo Capitol of the World.” From the turn of the century, rodeos and parades have been part of the 4th of July in Cody, Wyoming. Officially starting in 1919, the Cody Stampede rodeo has been held every summer this event established Cody as not only one of the longest running successful professional rodeos, but also the only place in the country that has a rodeo performance nightly.
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Preserving Western History
The one thing we learn quickly in life is that it is short. This makes gathering and documenting an accurate historical account of that history all the more important.
There are many untold stories of the west and the time is now to collect and document that history because we are losing more and more of it every day.
Our western programing is all about us, our grandparents, our great-grandparents and more. It’s about people and their lives.
Cowboy heritage and history is second to none, and we aim to gather that incredible history and preserve it for our future.
Only the Best
Two shows. Tons of history.
It doesn’t get any better than this. Two shows capture the living history of the west: Special Cowboy Moments and Wild Rides.
Special Cowboy Moments Episode 175
Corky Schwend was a pure Montana rancher who excelled at rodeo and changed kids lives.
What People are Saying
“It stole my heart”
“Oh my goodness! I watched the episode on Ty & Casey Breuer and I’m still tensed up. What a great show this one is. I don’t know how Ty could ever have the nerve to start riding again. Between the two of them, it’s amazing they are alive! Thank you for what you’re doing. This episode really stole my heart.”
“Everyone one needs to be involved in this history.”
Russell “Pinky” Walter,
Founder, Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame
“I love it”
“Thank you all for doing what you do. We love RFD-TV. That’s all we ever watch.”
Professional Barrel Racer and founder, Josey Ranch
“Keep ’em coming”
“Awesome and fitting tribute to Harry Vold last night! Loved it! Super job everyone! Keep them coming!”
Former Miss Rodeo North Dakota,
Wife of 1957 World Champion Alvin Nelson