Ride A Horse Feed A Cowboy 2011
Come and join us for the 2011, 5th annual “Ride a Horse Feed a Cowboy” in Hulett, WY on August 24, 25, & 26th. Click here to get directions or here for event contact information. We have a variety of events scheduled for this year including the The Broncs & Bulls wear RED Rodeo, Old West Cowboy & Indian Collectible Trade Show and the Calcutta Poker Tournament. Also, don’t forget that Friday night is always the “Horse Ride-In, BBQ, and Live Auction“.
We are now accepting items for the live auction on Friday night. Please call Chanda to get your item on the list 307-290-0400 . We will also be having a Silent Pie Auction , so make your best pies and bring them down to the tent on Main Street.
2010 Longest Ride Winners~
Tess Pokicky~ 89 miles & Joleen Pollat~ 89 miles
Troy Peterson & Carla Peterson~53 miles
Terry Goodvin~20 miles
Paul Bogart~ Friday & Saturday
Come listen to Paul Bogart & his band from Nashville TN, they will be here Friday & Saturday night in Hulett Wyoming.
If you were to look up the phrase “three chords and the truth” in the dictionary, you might see pictures of country legends like Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, and Johnny Cash . . . but more recently, you might also see Paul Bogart. Though his songs are fresh and he himself is young, he is an old soul with a knack for capturing time-honored traditions and summing up classic sentiments in catchy, three-minute songs. Exuding sincerity and a rare, down-to-earth charm, Paul Bogart is, simply put, the epitome of country music.
“All of my music just fits under a cowboy hat,” Paul says with an honest laugh, explaining the straightforward appeal of his sound. “I want people to shoot straight with me – to just be real – and that’s what my music is: real, sincere songs that people can relate to.”
Possessing elements of a quippy, good-natured Brad Paisley song along with the Wranglers-and-spurs appeal of a George Strait tune, Bogart’s music additionally radiates something that’s been missing from the country scene: authenticity.
“From the time I was just a kid roping calves, my dad taught me that if you’re good, people will see that – there’s never any need to brag.” That attitude still permeates everything Bogart does today, whether it’s touring the country playing upwards of 65 dates a year or writing with some of Nashville’s biggest names in country music. Though he clearly has the heart of a cowboy and the spirit of a gentleman, Bogart also possesses an unrivaled work ethic that displays itself with passion and integrity.
The 2012 Schedule of Events: