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Wrangler Network will stream last two days of Pendleton Round-Up online

By Annie Fowler

EO Media Group

Published on September 11, 2018 5:15PM

Ty Breuer of Mandan, N.D. rides Tootsie Roll for 86 points in bareback riding at the 2017 Pendleton Round-Up. The Wrangler Network will livestream the rodeo Friday and Saturday.

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Ty Breuer of Mandan, N.D. rides Tootsie Roll for 86 points in bareback riding at the 2017 Pendleton Round-Up. The Wrangler Network will livestream the rodeo Friday and Saturday.

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Rodeo fans around the country will be able to watch the final two days of the iconic Pendleton Round-Up via the Wrangler Network.

The Wrangler Network will livestream the action from Friday and Saturday’s rounds for free through social media — Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

With just a handful of tickets still available for each day, fans still can keep up with the action.

“This will be their fourth time here,” said Randy Thomas, publicity director for the Pendleton Round-Up. “They came in the first time and their jaws just dropped. Just the grand scale of it all. We’ve made really good friends with them.”

The first two years the Wrangler Network came to Pendleton, it offered just Saturday’s performance. This will be the second year offering two days.

The Wrangler Network also offered livestreaming for the Calgary Stampede, Cheyenne Frontier Days, the Dodge City Round-Up and the Reno Rodeo, just to name a few.

Fans can log into wranglernetwork.com at 1:15 p.m. each day to watch cowboys compete in bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, steer roping, steer wrestling, team roping and tie-down roping.

Other events include barrel racing, Indian relay racing, wild cow milking and Indian dancing.



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