RIDE TV ANNOUNCES NEW DOCUMENTARY ON THE PENDLETON ROUND-UP

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

FORT WORTH, TEXAS - August 30th, 2018 – RIDE TV will release a new feature documentary about the Pendleton Round-Up on September 3rd. Let’Er Buck follows the Pendleton Round-Up, a rodeo that is over a century old, taking place every September in the small town of Pendleton, Oregon.

This inspiring documentary follows a seven-day rodeo that is supported with a rich history, dating back to the beginning of the American West. The film will delve into the moving stories of Native American history and the sense of community it brings to the small town. The feeling of tradition can be felt from those competing, to the pageants and to the parades that take place during the Round-Up.

“It has been an exercise in history-making and time-travel where themes of heritage, family, and human dignity span the generations and prove that the Pendleton Round-Up is more than just a rodeo, more than a show, it is an American Institution,” said director Tim Stevens, who also served as a writer and story producer for other production on RIDE TV.

Let’Er Buck will be available on RIDE TV GO starting on Monday, September 3rd. To sign up for RIDE TV GO, visit www.RIDETVGO.com. Visitors can also use the promo code “LEB25” to receive 25% off the monthly subscription price.

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.

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