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🎥"FEEK TOOKE" HORSEPOWER:
🐴💪 WHISKEY TALKS aka "TOOKE" of Burch Rodeo
"We only bucked him 13 times and... that Jose could buck. I mean... a rank son-of-a-gun. I don't think they rode him but two times in the bareback riding and the rest, he bucked everybody off." - Matt Burch

A segment from the upcoming documentary, Feek's Vision, Matt Burch, of Burch Rodeo, talks about how they got started raising bucking horses. An artistic segment features Matt introducing the horses for the short go, at the Match Bronc Ride for the 2018 Miles City Bucking Horse Sale. Rodeo announcer, Paul Pauley, adds commentary to the rides.
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music copyright 2018 Max Carl

#vo #whiskeytalks #tooke #bloodlines #burchrodeo #feeksvision #documentary #buckinghorse #history #loosecinches #mariabartiroma #lunaticfromhell #strawberryrocket #ripcord #milescitybuckinghorsesale #rodeohorsepower #prorodeo #horsesA segment from the upcoming documentary, Feek's Vision, Matt Burch, of Burch Rodeo, talks about how they got started raising bucking horses. An artistic segment…
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💵 MILLION DOLLAR HORSEPOWER: 
🐴💪 MAKE IT DO aka PEANUTS
2009 AQHA Hall of Fame Inductee
1979 PRCA Hall of Fame Inductee
 Make It Do carried many legendary cowboys to world titles in Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association competition during his career. Aboard Make It Do, Tom Ferguson won six PRCA all-around titles and three steer wrestling titles; Frank Shepperson and Bob Marshall both won world champion titles steer wrestling and 10 cowboys rode the sorrel gelding at the National Finals Rodeo.
When Jones retired Make It Do in 1981, more than $1 million had been earned on the gelding in rodeo arenas across the country and Canada. 

PEDIGREE: https://www.allbreedpedigree.com/make+it+do
FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/Make-it-Do-aka-Peanuts-141355612581684/

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#makeitdo #peanuts #steerwrestlinghorse #aqha #prca #halloffame #therealdeal #crjones #greathorsesmakerodeochampions #rodeohorsepower #prorodeo #horses

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💵 MILLION DOLLAR HORSEPOWER:
🐴💪 MAKE IT DO aka "PEANUTS"
2009 AQHA Hall of Fame Inductee
1979 PRCA Hall of Fame Inductee
"Make It Do carried many legendary cowboys to world titles in Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association competition during his career. Aboard Make It Do, Tom Ferguson won six PRCA all-around titles and three steer wrestling titles; Frank Shepperson and Bob Marshall both won world champion titles steer wrestling and 10 cowboys rode the sorrel gelding at the National Finals Rodeo.
When Jones retired Make It Do in 1981, more than $1 million had been earned on the gelding in rodeo arenas across the country and Canada."

PEDIGREE: www.allbreedpedigree.com/make+it+do
FACEBOOK PAGE: www.facebook.com/Make-it-Do-aka-Peanuts-141355612581684/

🐴💪 GOT HORSEPOWER?®

#makeitdo #peanuts #steerwrestlinghorse #aqha #prca #halloffame #therealdeal #crjones #greathorsesmakerodeochampions #rodeohorsepower #prorodeo #horsesMake It Do was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 2009. “If you bet on that little horse, you won’t win peanuts.” Owner C. R. Jones recalls the origins of his horse, Make It Do’s, nickname, and it traced back to his racing career. Jockey Jack Robinson dubbed the gelding “Goober” and said the 875-pound runner was “no bigger than a peanut.” Make It Do, a 1964 sorrel gelding, was by champion Breeze Bar out of Camelot Broom by Camelot’s Little Cuero. Make It Do, or Peanuts, as he was better known, was bred by Judd L. Morse of San Jacinto, California. The gelding won six of 22 races and earned $5,792. C. R. Jones of Lakeside, California, bought Make It Do as a three-year-old, hazed on him a year, and then began steer wrestling on him. Make It Do carried many legendary cowboys to world titles in Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association competition during his career. Aboard Make It Do, Tom Ferguson won six PRCA all-around titles and three steer wrestling titles; Frank Shepperson and Bob Marshall both won world champion titles steer wrestling and 10 cowboys rode the sorrel gelding at the National Finals Rodeo. When Jones retired Make It Do in 1981, more than $1 million had been earned on the gelding in rodeo arenas across the country and Canada. He was turned out at Jones’ Lakeside home. Make It Do is a member of the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in Colorado, the Pendleton Rodeo Museum in Oregon and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma. Make It Do died in 1995 after complications from a twisted intestine. To learn more about Make it Do and other American Quarter Horse Foundation Hall of Fame inductees, please visit aqha.com/foundation. Bio is from induction in 2009.
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