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Montana State Cowboy Hall of Fame
City of Wolf Point
Adopted in February 2003.
The City of Wolf Point, adopted in February 2003 as Montana's State Cowboy Hall of Fame.
Wolf Point is the county seat of Roosevelt County and is the largest city in the county, boasting a population of about 3,200 residents. Located in the southwest corner of Roosevelt County, in the historic Missouri River Valley, Wolf Point is the trade center for northeast Montana.
Montana State Cowboy Hall of Fame: City of Wolf Point
The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede is held the second weekend in July annually and boasts of being Montana's oldest professional rodeo. This three-day event is so action packed, no one will want to miss it! This P.R.C.A. sanctioned rodeo brings the best cowboys from all over to compete for prizes. The Stampede was officially started in the year 1915, but went on for many years prior. Early on, it began as a Native American day for riding and
celebrating. Not long after that, local cowboys joined in riding untamed horses through the streets of a small town on the Montana Hi-Line. Today, the Wild Horse Race is the featured event. Each team consists of three cowboys on foot who try to saddle unbroken horses in the arena. It is quite exciting for both the competitors and the fans and is the highlight of the rodeo.
Montana Cowboy Hall Of Fame License Plates Available: Specialty plates supporting the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame are available through all county treasurers' offices in the state. The plate features a barback rider surrounded by a rope lasso over a background of the outline of the state of Montana with a red star marking the future home of the museum - Wolf Point. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these plates will go toward the efforts of the committee working on the new museum facilty.
MONTANA HOUSE BILL NO. 21
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