Cowboys of Color Rodeo at Fort Worth Stock Show: What it is, how to watch it


Cedric Offer of Dallas competes in ranch bronc riding event during the Cowboys of Color Rodeo on Monday, January 20, 2020.

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The Cowboys of Color Rodeo, which highlights African American, Hispanic and Native American culture, is coming to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

More than 200 culturally diverse cowboys and cowgirls will compete in rodeo events like bareback riding, bull riding, barrel racing, steer wrestling and calf roping.

The rodeo, which began in 1971, was designed to “educate while it entertains,” highlighting diverse cultural contributions to the West.

If you’re using a rideshare service, have them drop you off at 1911 Montgomery St. Dickies Way and pick you up at 3596 Harley Ave.

Dalia Faheid is a reporter on the Star-Telegram’s service journalism team. She is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

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