Wild Deadwood Tales
Apr 30 @ 12:00 am – Dec 31 @ 11:45 pm

USA Today and Amazon bestselling authors bring Deadwood’s past and present to life in Wild Deadwood Tales, a limited edition anthology written exclusively to benefit rodeo athletes. Proceeds from sales of the paperback and eBook will be donated to the Western Sports Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing a wide range of assistance to athletes competing in Western lifestyle sports. Whether they need help getting back on their feet or planning for their future, the WSF is there for them.

Pick up your copy of Wild Deadwood Tales at major online retailers. The authors will also be selling the book and signing it at the Deadwood PBR Velocity Tour Rodeo in Deadwood on June 8-9.

Buy links:


http://bit.ly/WDTales (Amazon)

2nd Annual Big Sky PBR Golf Tournament @ Moonlight Basin
Jul 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Come join us for the 2nd Annual Big Sky/PBR Golf Tournament benefitting Western Sports Foundation. The event will take place on Wednesday July 25th, 2018 at the prestigious Moonlight Basin Golf Course. 20 teams of 4 players plus a cowboy will play a 18 hole 5 person team scramble best ball tournament with a shotgun start. Registration will begin at 9am with tee off to begin at 11am. After all scorecards have been collected there will be an awards ceremony with prizes for 1-3rd place.

The cost to register is $1250.00 per team of four and will include a professional bull rider competing in the local Big Sky PBR. But if you register before May 31st, 2018 you can get the early bird registration cost of $1000.00 per team of four. The registration fee will include the cart, green fee, range balls, gift bags, boxed lunch and happy hours awards ceremony.

All proceeds from the tournament benefit the Western Sports Foundation.

The Western Sports Foundation’s mission is to support total athlete wellness for those competing in the Western Lifestyle sports by providing resources for life.

Interested in sponsoring this great event?!?! Please contact us at 719-242-2900 or by email at aoquin@riderrelief.org.