Cliff Schadt Jr. is not your typical cowboy. In fact, he grew up in a family of hunter jumper trainers on Long Island, New York. Even so, he knew from a young age, that there was “cowboy” in his blood. Listen in to hear Cliff’s story and get a little inspiration to chase after your own dreams.
If you listened to the Christmas episode, you already met my brother Bryce. But I wanted to have him back on in a more “official” capacity. So today’s episode is about what he does as the assistant rodeo coach at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. It’s a great episode for anyone who wants to get into college rodeo.
Even though Al Sandvold didn’t grow up in a rodeo family, he knew from the time he went to his first rodeo as a young boy, that he was going to be a bull fighter. He talks about his career, what he’s learned along the way, and how he tries to instill those lessons in the next generation of up and coming bull fighters.