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Pro Rodeo Returns To Montague County

Pro rodeo is returning to Montague County! After several years, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association will have an event in Bowie. The rodeo will be named after long-time resident and Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame member, MH Henry.

The MH Henry Pro Rodeo is set to take place Saturday, September 14 through Sunday, September 15.

The founder of the MH Henry Pro Rodeo, Gary "Roach" Hedeman, told Newschannel 6 the purpose of the rodeo is to give back to the Texoma community. Hedeman said, hopefully a scholarship program named in honor of Mr. Henry will also be added to benefit up-and-coming artists.

Hedeman Productions and Brehmer Rodeo, LLC will use many of the youth groups in the county as part of the work force, bringing top-notch rodeo action to Montague County. Proceeds from the rodeo will be awarded to those various youth groups.

Price:

Advanced Tickets: $7

Tickets Purchased At Gate: $10

Children 10 & Under: FREE!

Location: Bowie Rodeo Arena

MH Henry Pro Rodeo

3788 Applegate Road

Bowie, TX 76230

(940) 841-3093

Gary Hedeman was a guest on Newschannel 6 Sunday Morning to promote the rodeo. To learn more about the event and watch that live interview, play the video posted above.

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