Oklahoma has now joined about half-a-dozen other states who are celebrating the National Day of the Cowboy.
Governor Mary Fallin signed SB 88 last month and sets the fourth Saturday in July as National Day of the Cowboy.
It'll be on July 27th this year.
The day is meant to preserve American's Cowboy heritage and history.
Wyoming, New Mexico, California, and Arizona also have joined the National Day of the Cowboy movement.