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FRONTIER TIMES MUSEUM “COWBOYS ON MAIN” PROGRAM

For the past several years the Bandera Cowboys on Main program has had the pleasure of working with the Son’s the Eagle Horse. They are always on time and present a very colorful display with their tee pee as well as their traditional regalia. Most importantly, the Eagle Horse presentation is moving and sincere in its presentation of the Lakota culture. This is very educational and always attracts attention with the young and old. We would recommend them highly. – The Frontier Times Museum


LOVE CREEK ORCHARD’S – GREAT HILL COUNTRY PUMPKIN PATCH

We have had the Eagle Horse brothers perform at our event for the past three years. They have always given 100% in their shows. They demonstrate Lakota dance and explain the type of dancing and what each dance means. They also describe their regalia as they dress in traditional clothing of the Lakota Nation. The Eagle Horse brothers always draw and crowd and they always stay after each show to answer individual questions. They are eager to have their pictures taken with our guests and never rush them away. We are proud to have them at the Pumpkin Patch and know many families that look forward to seeing them again. – Bryan Hutzler, owner


CELEBRATE BANDERA

The Eagle Horse brothers have been a part of the Circle of Life Powwow for many years in our annual Celebrate Bandera Labor Day Event. They have been instrumental to the success of our powwow and have often represented us in parades and other events. We are proud the Eagle Horse family lives in Bandera County and would highly recommend them for any festival or private event where you want true history of the Native American Indian represented, especially the Lakota Nation. – Genie Strickland, Event Coordinator