Cowboy Long Rider Division
The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) will honor in its Hall of Honorees, Cowboy Long Rider Division, individuals who were; or, are instrumental in creating and/or maintaining, through guidance and/or promotion, North Dakota's horse culture.
Nominees will be individuals known for their positive contributions and accomplishments in the North Dakota's western heritage through prominent lifetime leadership in horse organizations and events; have a proven track record of being involved through public service in ways that provided guidance, promotion, and elevated recognition of the cowboy horse cultures of North Dakota; have served in formal leadership positions through their activities in the following areas: equine husbandry, showmanship, competitions, horse breed associations, youth, business, training, and judging; earned the highest regard because of their character, integrity, sportsmanship, and lifestyles that reflect North Dakota's western heritage. The achievements of these leaders will have significantly impacted the Native American, ranching, and/or rodeo cultures of North Dakota as represented in the NDCHF - Center of Western Heritage and Cultures. Nominees must be at least 50 years of age or deceased.