Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Bay Area’s “Houston Rodeo Connection” and How to Connect to the HLS&R

The Texas Independence Trail Riders began their trek to the 2014 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo (HLS&R) on February 22nd. During the 108 mile journey, riders have visited Alvin, Friendswood, the Clear Lake City area, Pasadena, and will end their ride at Memorial Park in Houston. This ride was formed in 1961 and is proud of the preserving the cowboy heritage by using many authentic wagons and buggies. The 2014 HLS&R Parade will be held in downtown Houston on Saturday, March 1st. Last year, (2013), the Texas Independence Trail Ride won the Division 1 and Spirit Award.

The daily schedule of rodeo events can be found on the HLS&R official website.

The photos below show the Texas Independence Trail Riders
as they made their way through Friendswood earlier this week.

   
(Photos: The Friendswood Journal)


If you want to keep up-to-date on what’s happening during the Rodeo, or need more information, take a look at a Free Mobile App available through the HLS&R’s website. This app is available for both IPhone and Android phones and contains:
  • Parking Maps, with Parking Lot Availability
  • Grounds Maps
  • Shopping and Dining
  • Show Schedule, with Ability to Create Your Own Schedule and Set Reminders
  • Entertainer Lineup and Information
  • Ticket Purchase Opportunity
  • Show News
  • Camera
  • RodeoHouston® Radio
Go Texan! Get Your Rodeo On!

By Pamela Moore, Feature Blogger for Brockway Realty

Originally Posted on Brockway Realty LLC's Official Blog