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Posted on: June 4, 2019

Eagle Rodeo documentary "Best Small Town Throwdown Rodeo" premieres

Mayor Stan Ridgeway and Councilman Kenny Pittman with documentary creators Hope Manna and Kellie All

Congratulations to Eagle's Hanover Park Entertainment on the premiere of their documentary "The Best Small Town Throwdown Rodeo!"

Owners of Eagle business Olive and Vyne, Hope Manna and Kellie Allred, produced their documentary through their Hanover Park Entertainment banner. The film tells the story of Eagle Rodeo President, Tracy Baggerly, who leads a massive team effort to pick up and move the entire Eagle Rodeo from its old location in downtown Eagle to its new home off Highway 55, north of Avimor. The documentary features a behind the scenes look at the proud and passionate Idaho rodeo community, as well as an "inside the chute" view of some adrenaline pumping rodeo events.  

Eagle Mayor Stan Ridgeway and Councilman Kenny Pittman attended the film’s premiere on June 2 at Boise's historic Egyptian Theatre. “Excellent documentary,“ Mayor Ridgeway said after the premiere, “we are so lucky to have the Eagle Rodeo and Hope and Kellie who made this event possible and feature the hard work of the Eagle Rodeo folks.”

Writer/Director Hope Manna says future screenings of "The Best Small Town Throwdown Rodeo" are in the works. Check out the film’s website to watch the trailer.

The 2019 Eagle Rodeo runs from June 6 through June 8. For information on tickets and admissions check out the Eagle Rodeo's Website.

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