Abe Morris, Bull Rider- Announcer

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Abe Morris, Bull Rider- Announcer

How did a young black man from the East Coast town of Woodstown, N.J., with no ranch background become one of history’s most influential bull riders? The answer is hard work, family support and a determined spirit that just won’t quit. From there he went on to be the rodeo announcer for 8 years for Cheyenne Frontier Days. He has also recently written some books. In this interview Abe talks about his history and where he is going.





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