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2020 Somewhere West of Wall Street Show Schedule

Jan 6 - Bodie, California (Ghost Town)

Jan 13 - John Wayne (Visit the birthplace of American Icon- John Wayne)

Jan 20 - Gonzales, Texas (Where the Texas revolution for Independence began)

Jan 27 - Buffalo Bill Cody (Visit the museum of the town's founder, Buffalo Bill Cody)

Feb 17 - Jim Shoulders (During his time as a contestant, he was the winningest cowboy in the sport)

Feb 24 - Charlie Russell (A western Artist)

March 2 - Sam Houston (The father of Texas, we visit his hometown and his final battle)

March 9 - Fort Laramie (Is a great military post on the prairie)

March 16 - Steel Dust Horses (has greatly influenced today's quarter horse)

March 23 - Jesse James (The most recognized outlaw in the post-civil war era)

March 30 - Ben Johnson (A great cowboy and an Iconic actor)

April 6 - Don King Saddle Shop (Built a world-famous saddle shop in Wyoming)

April 13 - San Jacinto (The scene of the final battle for Texas Independence)

April 20 - Mountain Man Museum ( In Pinedale, Wyoming)

April 27 - Dodge City (Is considered the Cowtown of the Plains)

May 4 - PBR with Cody Lambert (Interviews with PBR board and two world champion bull riders)

May 11 - John Payne (One Armed Bandit)

May 18 - Fandangle (Takes place the last two weeks in June in Albany, Texas)

May 25- Buster Welch ( Dean of Cutting Horse Trainers)

June 1 - Fort Reno- (One of the last of the western defense forts on the plains that still welcomes visitors)

June 8 - Judge Parker (was called " Hanging Judge" )

June 15 - Craig Cameron (Of of America's best known horse trainers)

June 22 - Peter McCue (Was a thoroughbred horse whose male offspring created quarter horse dynasties )

June 29 - Cheyenne Frontier Days (The Daddy of Them All)

July 6 - High Brow Cat (Infuenced cutting horses in the last 30 years)

July 13 - Pecos Pueblo (Testimony of strength and determination of the Pueblo Culture)

July 20- Dalton Gang (Were outlaws who operated in northern Oklahoma & Southern Kansas)

July 27 - Audie Murphy (Most celebrated American Soldier of World War II )

Aug 3 - Hollywood Horses (Close look at the horses of Hollywood)

Aug 10 - Johnson County Wars (Tragic tale of conflicts between large ranches and small cattlemen)

Aug 17 - Tom Mix (Was a darling of the silent movie time period)

Aug 24 - Virginia City, Montana ( Was a rich gold mining area )

Aug 31 - Cotton Rosser (One of the most colorful & successful rodeo contractors)

Sept 7 - Dinosaur National Monument (Most unbelievable display of dinosaur bones in a mountainside)

Sept 14 - Hollywood Gold (Was raised on the 6666 Ranch and one of the most influential quarter horse stallions in the world)

Sept 21 - Davis Arms Historical Museum (One of the largest and most historic arms collections in the world)

Sept 28 - Roy Rogers (The King of The Cowboys) 

Oct 5 - Will Rogers (Most loved humorist and cowboy is in Claremore, Oklahoma)

Oct 12 - Leo (Was a very influential sire of quarter horse in the early days)

Oct 19 - Museum of the Rockies (On the campus of Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana)

Oct 26 - Michael Martin Murphey (Major player in the preservation of the west)

Nov 2 - Battle of Glorieta Pass (Turning point of the civil war)

Nov 9 - Stuntmen (Hollywood's most famous stuntmen)

Nov 16 - Sand Creek Massacre (Tragic story in the Cheyenne Nation)

Nov 23 -101 Ranch (Called the White House)

Nov 30 - Abernathy Boys (Two Remarkable Abernathy boys from Oklahoma and New Mexico)

Dec 12 - Jerry Diaz (Famous caballeros in the world of trained horses & mastery of the rope)

Dec 14 - Poco Bueno (Influential quarter horse sires in history)

Dec 21 - Pawnee Bill (Presentation of Buffalo Bill)

Dec 28 - Nolan Ryan (World famous baseball player, we join him on his ranch to talk about his love of cattle industry and baseball)

Feb 3 - Bobby Kerr (Has become one of the most important contract acts in rodeo)

Feb 10 - Arbuckle's Coffee (The coffee that won the west)