I love watching a good horse do what he's bred to do - I guess that's what I like the most about it. And I love to see good athletes do what they're bred to do.
I'm not anybody's judge; I don't know what motivates people to do what they do. But I have a lot of admiration for anybody who can start with absolutely nothing and make a little something out of it.
I'm very proud of my heritage.
Well, we all are what we are, I guess you might say by an accident of birth.
I live on a ranch in Utah for now, but I'm gonna move. I've got another ranch to move to, but its location is a secret. When I get there, I'm gonna plow the road in behind me.
I raise quarter horses. Mine are mostly thoroughbred cross horses, a little bigger horses than some people like. I sell them or use them on the ranch. A lot of them go to the rodeo arena and some of them go to racetracks.
Everybody that's an actor leaves it for a while 'cause they ain't got a job.
My saddle horses are my friends. My dogs are my friends.
I've already got my rent paid, and it's too late in my life for me to go around talking up stuff that I don't like or believe in.
I've got about $30,000 in chips, not near enough.
Hopefully, generations after us will continue to protect, preserve, and look after this wonderful land.
I've always played cards. I can't remember when there wasn't a gambling game going on somewhere, even if it was a craps game in a wheelbarrow on the backside of the racetrack.
The place was built on the premise that people want to gamble, and they may as well do it here. They look after their clientele, and, hell, they treat me like I'm one of their family.
I'm a widower with three sons and seven grandchildren. One of my sons is my partner on the ranch.
I resent the fact that people in places like Boston, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco believe that they should be able to tell us how to live our lives, operate our businesses, and what to do with the land that we love and cherish.
I didn't go to acting school, but I've been observing my fellow man for 66 years now, and I would think that's the best school there is.
I rope steers in team roping events. There's a header and a heeler on a roping team, and I'm the heeler.
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