is renewing its highly acclaimed Cowgirls
series for a second season on August 1st at 8pm EST. Viewers can anticipate more heart-stopping bronc rides in a race for $10,000 in cash and prizes. RIDE TV
will be welcoming back familiar faces Duke Wimberly, Brittany Miller, Billi Halverson, Sarah Brown, Jane Rivercomb, and Rainey Gibbs. Throughout the series, these six women compete in ranch bronc riding, traditionally a man’s sport, but ranch bronc riding has recently gained traction with cowgirls across the country. RIDE TV
is partnering with the Texas Bronc Riders Association
(TBRA) to attend and film rodeos across the state of Texas and beyond.
Rainey Gibbs will return for season 2 of Cowgirls. Photo courtesy of RIDE TV.
Magazine is excited to announce that we are the title sponsor of RIDE
“Aside from the obvious desirable match in titles, our sponsorship of RIDE TV’s Cowgirls
is a perfect fit for our adventurous brand,” said COWGIRL
Magazine publisher, Ken Amorosano. “Representing the true grit of this American Western lifestyle is at the heart of what COWGIRL
Magazine stands for, and we are proud to support the young gals who are putting it all on the line for this traditionally male-oriented rough stock sport.” “RIDE TV
is very excited about the new season of Cowgirls
,” said Nathan Fletcher, RIDE TV
Vice President of Production. “These athletes show grit and determination every week, and it’s an honor to be able to broadcast this exclusive look into their lives.” Cowgirls will premiere weekly on RIDE TV
and on-demand on RIDE TV GO
, RIDE TV’s
online streaming service which launched in 2017.