Wounds Of Our Hearts
Back in the nineteen thirties the author’s father broke wild horses for a dollar a day. By 1951, he was a miserably poor farmer with an overdue mortgage. He decided to win a $1,000 by riding an albino bison. Tex Thomas the rodeo manager advertised the buffalo saying, White Death has crippled more cowboys than polio. In reality the buffalo had killed two champion bull riders. Sioux Indians believed the white bison is sacred and vow to kill any man who dares ride it.
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