Alabama-born country music star Riley Greene joined Team Polaris rodeo champion Tyson Durfey for the most recent edition of Polaris’ “Cowboy Code.” The two shared their backgrounds focusing on hard work, respect for community, and stewardship of the land in the two-part series.
The episodes were filmed at Green’s multi-generational property in his hometown of Jacksonville and featured the two riding on a Polaris Ranger throughout the episodes.
“I’m excited to be working with Polaris on its ‘Cowboy Code’ series because it’s a brand that I rely on to maintain my family’s farm,” said Green. “Understanding hard work, the connection with the land and the sense of community is something Tyson and I spent a lot of time discussing during the series.”
“The ‘Cowboy Code’ to me is about eating, sleeping, and breathing the ethics that every small town in America is made of and I can honestly tell you the Green family embodies that,” Durfey said. “I’m honored to be able to work with Polaris to bring another short series of ‘Cowboy Code’.”
To watch the “Cowboy Code” series, click here for the initial release and the final episode Wednesday at 11 a.m.
Austen Shipley is a staff writer for Yellowhammer News.