Jane Revercomb. Photo courtesy of Ride TV.……

We’re back! Get fired up: the cowgirls head to Coalville, Utah for the Summit County Fair Rodeo in Ep. 304.


First and foremost, the first three episodes featured wildcard cowgirls vying for a spot to compete with the rest of the cowgirls for the remainder of the season. The winner is a bronc and bull rider, former trick rider, and self-proclaimed “adrenaline junkie” Korie Ford.

Before the rodeo, Episode 4 gives us a look at Sarah Brown‘s home life in Dixon, Wyoming, where she’s been living and working on a ranch. We get a glimpse into her passion for bronc riding, and her husband’s take on her rodeo road.

As a reminder, injuries have run rampant. Duke has been out for five months with a broken collarbone. More recently, Brittany has broken her tibula and Rainey her collarbone. Rainey reveals that she has gotten surgery, and is on the way to recovery.

The three injured cowgirls express their frustration with sitting on the sidelines to the new riders. After much debate, Duke decides to enter Summit County Fair Rodeo along with the other cowgirls—with risk, as she’s only on month five out of six months of recovery.

Due to the amount of injured riders, two alternates are introduced in addition to wildcard Korie Ford: Audrey Austin of Boulder, Utah and Stephanie Bella of Tolar, Texas. With Duke now entering the rodeo, only one of the alternates is able to compete.

After a nail-biting short round at the Summit County Fair Rodeo, the fourth winner of the season is crowned…but don’t think that there’s a week without a hospital visit.

Tune in next week for the 5th episode of Cowgirls Season 3 only on RIDE TV!