The Cowboy Channel, which is the official network of ProRodeo and the first 24-hour television network totally dedicated to western sports and the western lifestyle, officially announced today a new short documentary film to star Kaycee Feild. Unbroken is presented by Ariat and will debut on the Cowboy Channel on Sunday, February 6th at 9 pm ET.

Unbroken tells the story of six-time Bareback World Champion Kaycee Feild, who splits his time at home with his family in Utah and on the road traveling the rodeo circuit. The film takes a special glimpse into his daily routine and how he overcomes and perseveres to fulfill his dream of becoming the best.

“I hope people watching this documentary can feel inspired,” said Kaycee Feild. “Motivation is everything to me – if you can dream it, you can achieve anything you want. I am a fierce competitor, in and outside of the arena, but I couldn’t do this without my family, who are such an important part of who I am and inspire me every day.”

Tune into The Cowboy Channel to watch the World Premiere and a special 90 minute behind-the-scenes making of the short film with Kaycee Feild with television host Jeff Medders on February 6 at 9pm ET / 8pm CT or stream for free on the Cowboy Channel+ app. Simulcast available on RFD-TV.

“Kaycee’s story is one of the best I have experienced in ProRodeo,” said host Jeff Medders. “It’s generational, inspirational, heroic and just the stuff that cowboy dreams are made of! Gotta tip your hat to the greatest bareback rider of all-time.”

Viewers and fans are also invited to attend the VIP Screening of Unbroken in Texas at the Cowboy Channel Studio in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards. Limited tickets are available to purchase at Join Kaycee Feild, other professional rodeo world champions, and special guests for drinks, appetizers and to walk the red carpet before the premiere. Then enjoy the 90-minute special television taping and VIP Screening of Unbroken. Autographed commemorative movie poster and gift bag included with ticket.

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(Press release courtesy of The Cowboy Channel.)