National Day of the Cowboy

July 24, 2010

Proclaimed by the U.S. Senate in Resolution 138 for the first time on July 23, 2005, this sixth annual celebration pays homage to our cowboy and Western heritage, and honors working cowboys and cowgirls, rodeo athletes, Western musicians, cowboy poets, Western artists, ranchers and all others who contribute to the cowboy and Western culture in America today.