Join RIDE TV as we follow the women of competitive Ranch Bronc Riding in Texas. A rodeo sport that involves holding on for 8 dangerous seconds on top of a 1,200 pound bucking horse, these women embody the grit and determination that deserves the title of Cowgirl. What has been traditionally a man's sport, Ranch Bronc Riding is now exploding in Texas and women from all over the country are making their way to the Lone Star state. Season 3 of Cowgirls is riding to your TV this fall!
|Season 2 Final Standings|
|1st||Sarah Brown||520 points|
|2nd||Brittany Miller||490 points|
|3rd||Alondra Castaneda||430 points|
|4th||Duke Wimberly||400 points|
|5th||Lauren Hall||290 points|
|6th||Joy Hawks||230 points|
|7th||Rainey Gibbs||150 points|
|8th||Jane Revercomb||140 points|
|9th||Jessi Lauppe||100 points|
|10th||Pearl Kersey||80 points|
|11th||Billi Halverson||0 points|
RIDE TV’s Cowgirls are one of cable’s hottest topics. "The persistence of the riders and the devotion of McElroy turned what might have been a fleeting conglomeration of would-be bronc riders into a fledgling force that may well turn out to be the first generation of a new era." Check out...
Considered the father of contemporary rodeo events, ranch bronc riding has been a form of public entertainment at Wild West shows since the late 1800s. This sport involves a rodeo participant riding on a horse that attempts to throw off or “buck off”...
Duke Wimberly looking for eight at the Texas Bronc Riders Association 2017 Finals. Photo by William Kierce.
This judge ain’t blind, but he may well wonder if his eyes are...