Please join us in welcoming the 2020 class of inductees into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame! The 2020 inductees are: Lari Dee Guy, Kit & Charlie Moncrief, The Priefert Family, R.H. Steve Stevens, Jr. and Spirit of Texas recipient Aaron Watson. The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame honors those who have shown excellence in competition, business and support of rodeo and the western lifetyle in Texas.
The Induction Ceremony, which is also the largest fundraiser of the year for the Hall of Fame, will take place on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at Billy Bob's Texas in the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. Tickets for the event are $150.00 for individuals and $1,500.00 for tables of 10. Sponsorships are available and going fast. For more information or to purchase tickets call 817.626.7131 today!
To purchase a table (10 seats), please call us at 817-626-7131
Lari Dee Guy
Lari Dee Guy is an eight-time Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) World Champion with more than $1.5 million in career earnings. Guy has spent the last three decades winnining every title in the all-girl roping industry, striving to improve breakaway roping, team roping and tie-down calf roping for women everywhere.
Kit & Charlie Moncrief
Kit and Charlie Moncrief are dedicated servants to the community of Fort Worth and their philanthropy to education, the arts and healthcare is well-known. But, some may not realize the extent that Kit and Charlie are involved in the livestock industry.
The Priefert Family
What started out as a family business in a one room, dirt floor shop in the backyard has become one of the largest farm, ranch and rodeo equipment manufacturers in the world, with a production facility that includes over 20 acres under roof.
R.H. Steve Stevens Jr.
To say that R.H. Steve Stevens, Jr., former Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Chairman of the Board and American Quarter Horse Association Past President, has a passion for the western lifestyle and its future would be an understatement.
Aaron Watson has received many recognitions through the years, but his career is likely summed up best by Forbes who has called him “one of country music’s biggest DIY success stories.” For the past 20 years, Watson has chased down success on his own terms; hand building a career through the craft of songwriting, self-releasing records, and relentlessly touring to connect with his fans and spread his music gospel.