Last night, the Stockyards Cavender’s store was filled with excitement, as they hosted a premier party to celebrate the legendary bull rider Lane Frost. This exclusive gathering was a part of the Lone Star Film Festival, which took place from November 2nd to November 5th.
Lane Frost, a name infamous with rodeo history, left an indelible mark on the world of bull riding. His story, as well as the impact he had on the sport, was brought to life in a documentary that has been garnering attention and admiration. To honor his memory and legacy, Cavender’s decided to host a premiere event at their iconic Stockyards store.
The premier party took place at the historic Isis Theater in the Stockyards, adding a touch of old-world charm to the evening. The event was a blend of heartfelt nostalgia and a celebration of the of Lane Frost. His parents, Clyde and Elsie Frost, were the honored guests of the night, and their presence added a poignant touch to the evening.
The event was graced by the presence of some individuals featured in the documentary, as well as other actors who came together to pay their respects to Lane Frost and the impact he had on the world of rodeo. It was a night filled with stories, laughter, and a shared appreciation for the man who became a true legend in the sport.
Cavender’s, known for its commitment to preserving the western way of life, created an unforgettable evening that highlighted Lane Frost’s contributions to rodeo and celebrated the values of hard work, determination, and the cowboy spirit. The premier party not only served as a tribute but also as an opportunity to keep Lane Frost’s memory alive for future generations.