Mississippi native Cody Traylor has thrown his hat into the ring to prove that he deserves the reigning title in INSP’s show Ultimate Cowboy Showdown.
Traylor, a former U.S. Air Force mechanic, will be facing off against 13 other cowboys, all of which are fighting for a prize of over $50,000 worth of cattle, a coveted belt buckle, and the title of being “The Ultimate Cowboy.”
Numerous challenges across Wyoming terrain will put the contestants to the test with one contestant sent home each week by a team of judges.
Contestants ranging from ranch owners and managers, horse trainers, ranch hands, bull riders, and rodeo competitors will compete in The Cowboy State with their own horses, knowledge, and determination.
Traylor sends his thanks to his community in Prentiss County, Mississippi, for the support in the show and all his endeavors:
“I want to tell everyone thank you for the support and thanks to the people who have supported me not only in this but with my music and chasing these dreams and cowboying.”
The show will comprise of 10 episodes hosted by country music icon Trace Adkins and is scheduled to air on INSP on April 21 at 7 p.m.
To watch a sneak peek of what the season has in store, watch the full trailer below.
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