Word With A Champ Interviews
Native Voice One – Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
The Annenburg National Native Voice Studios
Albuquerque, NM

Word with a Champ

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WWC Autumn Charges 06.18.18


Apsáalooke / Crow Nations Autumn Charges Strong of Montana, whom is a very talented horse racing jockey, is our guest on Word With A Champ. The Montana lady has dominated the Horse Nations Indian Relay Council Maidens Races the last four years. Autumn is soft spoken and defines the word lady, one that will take your money riding the horses that are hauled for her from Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation. We are blessed to have her in our sport and on our show.

WWC Carol Murray 06.11.18


Carol Murray of the Blackfeet Nation from Browning, Montana is our guest this week on Word With A Champ, for Native Voice One Radio Network. The Horse Nations Indian Relay Council chose wisely selecting Carol as their Vice President, Mrs. Murray is also the President of the Blackfeet Community College. We had the privilege of visiting about her role in Indian relay horse racing popularity and haw she mixes work with her 2016 HNIRC National Championship Team, Fast Horse Relay.

WWC Hope Ebel 06.04.18


The PRCA Miss Rodeo North Dakota, Hope Ebel, provides an inspirational interview for Word With A Champ Radio Show on NV1 Radio Network. Hope selected the Horse Nations Indian Relay Councils Memorial Day weekend season opener in Gillette, Wyoming to support the ND Indian relay horse racing teams. Miss Ebel demonstrates much class as a person considering her great attitude heart, intelligence and bonafide cowgirl horsemanship skills. We recognize she absolutely has the capacity to serve our sport as Miss Rodeo America and wish her success at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo this December in Las Vegas.

WWC Tim O’Connell 05.28.18


Defending World Champion Bareback Bronc Rider, Tim O’Connell of Iowa is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. A successful wrestling background has built a foundation for his career performance in possibly the most physically demanding event in professional sports. Tim is a great interview as he shares some of the reasons he is going into the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo #1 in his event in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.

WWC Matt West 05.21.18


Oklahoma native Matt West, is a professional announcer for the Professional Bull Riders and the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, and is a voice of pro rodeo, and, armed with a lifelong fascination of the cowboy lifestyle, strives to keep audiences informed and entertained across the United States and Canada. We appreciate Matt taking the time to visit with us about the excitement and 2018 competition in the PBR.

WWC JW Hart 05.14.18


J.W. Hart’s 15-year professional riding career netted a host of honors, including 1994 Rookie of the Year, 2002 World Champion, and 2004 Challenger Tour Champion. The original “Iron Man,” Hart rode in a then-record 197 consecutive BFTS events, and was inducted into the Ring of Honor in 2009. He now raises bulls and works the broadcast booth as an announcer. A fun interview with a bonafide cowboy that won’t hardly recognize past accolades and tells it like it is.

WWC Cooper Waln 05.07.18


Sicangu Lakota Indian Cowboy Cooper Waln from the Rosebud Reservation in south-central South Dakota is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Cooper represents Indian Country with the most elite job in his trade, fighting bulls on the 25th Professional Bull Riders “Unleash the Beast Tour”. A great visit to share from this very modest and talented working ranch cowboy that had made it to the big times.

WWC Johnny Case 04.30.18


Mixed Martial Arts fighter Johnny Case is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. A flamboyant individual in and out of the cage, Johnny is a fun interview. In the 4 Bears Casino MMA Fight Night “Beatdown 21” in New Town, North Dakota. Arizona’s Johnny “Hollywood” Case defeated Bryan Longono from Georgia by TKO in the main event. Johnny shares his insight to success for friends and fans.

WWC Keyshawn Whitehorse 04.23.18


Keyshawn Whitehorse of Utah is representing the Navajo Nation in fine style as a top 35 contender in the Professional Bull Riders. Indian Country has a formidable contingency in the PBR with Keyshawn in addition to Chippewa Lakota, Stetson Lawrence; Cherokee, Ryan Dirteater and two time PBR Champion, Northern Cherokee, JB Mauney, riding bulls; Sicangu Lakota, Cooper Waln is fighting bulls. We had the privilege of visiting with a very modest, young gentleman, Keyshawn Whitehorse at the PBR event in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

WWC Brennon Eldred 04.16.18


We had the good fortune of visiting with Brennon Eldred of Oklahoma for this weeks Word With A Champ. Mr. Eldred Is one of the stickiest bull riders, not only in the Professional Bull Riders, but the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association as well. If he would have ridden his tenth bull at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 2017, he would’ve won the event and the PRCA Bull Riding title. It has not slowed him down a bit in his pursuit to perform in Las Vegas, the city of lights at the PBR World Finals his second time and his fifth Wrangler NFR in 2018.

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