Word With A Champ Interviews
Native Voice One – Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
The Annenburg National Native Voice Studios
Monthly Archives: July 2018
Winner, South Dakota’s, Dori Hollenbeck is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Dori is veteran ladies barrel racer that is a definite threat for first place every time she enters an arena. We visit about the Hollenbeck rodeo tradition, horses bloodlines and most importantly, dealing with victory and defeat. It is interesting and applicable to any situation in the gift we call life.
Blackfeet Indian Cowboy from Cutbank, Montana, Dustin Bird is a five time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifying Team Roper. Mr. Bird is a soft spoken individual that has a million dollar smile on his face most of the time, win, loose or draw. He comes by it naturally from being raised in a family and community that are among the best of the Great Horse Nations. Dustin has raised fine horses like the one he so generously loaned to Navajo Erich Rogers that was instrumental to his success winning the 2017 World Title in Las Vegas. We are honored to have such a fierce competitor that is a modest gentleman and inspiration to youth all over the United States and Canada, as our guest on Word With A Champ.
Chippewa Indian bull rider, Brett Stall of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota is our guest on Word With A Champ.Brett weighs about 135 and climbs on and conquers the largest professional athletes in the world, the American pro rodeo bucking bulls. Brett discusses his career and qualifying for two Wrangler National Finals Rodeo’s. A great interview with a man that has changed his priorities to ranching and raising his family, being a winner at home and in the rodeo world.