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Oklahoma State Fair 2018

The Oklahoma State FairĀ  is open September 13th-23rd. This is an interview with Scott Munz of the Marketing department. He has been with the fair for over thirty years and would like to be around he says for another six to eight years. The Fair has grown a lot. One of the things I have not seen before at a state fair is a really cool coupon book with lots of coupons. The coupon book is on sale for $5.00. Get your Tickets ***************** Oklahoma State Fair - Frequently Asked Questions!

By |2019-03-13T22:55:07+00:00September 13th, 2018|Bull Rider, Fair Food, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Fair, Podcast, State Fair|0 Comments

Oklahoma State Fair 2017

The Oklahoma State Fair is about to open on September 14th, with all kinds of new and exciting things. There is a lot of stuff to do here for the ten dollar admission costs. This is an interview with Scott Munz , Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations about all the new and great things at this years event. Listening to this for a few minutes will give you a great overview of the fair and all the fancy new fair foods they have. Come hungry and come rested and be prepared to have a great time.!!! Oklahoma State Fair - Frequently Asked Questions!    

Bull Riders, A Tribute to Bull Riders Everywhere

This was posted April 14th on YouTube and I could really, not resist passing it on. Its way way cool. Bull Riders do not often get enough attention. Do they? This is Doug Welborn's new rodeo song. The following statement appeared on YouTube with the video. "Published on Apr 14, 2013 Bull Rider, by Doug Welborn, a tribute to bull riders everywhere. New rodeo song featuring original bullrider footage from the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado. With a tribute to Lane Frost and a scene from Bud's Bar in Sedalia Colorado."

By |2019-05-24T00:56:18+00:00April 21st, 2013|Bull Rider, Rodeo|1 Comment

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.         More information about Abe Morris My Cowboy Hat Still Fits - If you've ever watched a bull rider desperately hang on to the back of a bull till the buzzer sounds or shaken your head in amazement as a cowboy picks himself off the ground after being tossed around like a rag doll, Abe Morris' book, ... Cowboy laments blacks' lost link to rural past: Abe Morris - At the National Western Stock Show & Rodeo, retired rodeo champ Abe Morris needs only a nod of his black cowboy hat and his broad smile to be welcomed into the chute area where professional bull riders gather before their rides. ...

By |2019-05-09T23:42:15+00:00March 16th, 2010|Bull Rider, Bulls, Podcast, Rodeo, Rodeo Announcer, Wyoming|0 Comments

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