Remembering Lane Frost?

In the summer, a 89-year-old American gave me an interview in the Rodeo, Redding, California cowboy and Red Rock Cup. It will be one of the last interviews. he died on July 30 in Wayneing, Chenen at his next rodeo. His name was Lane Frost.

Later, a film was shot about his life and the rodeo career called "8 seconds." There, Luke Perry was playing with a young athlete and appeared by Red Rock.

Cheyenne crash news are spreading rapidly. I'm in Rock Sprint, Wyoming, Rodeo, on the "circle 8" which begins after all participants in all radio stations begin their speeches. Someone says, "Lane sleeps at Cheyenne."

When we finished the opening process, we heard that Lane was dead. Lane Frost was a friend of many in the rodeo world. In fact, his memorial plaque took place at the Oklahoma City Church, which spent 1200 and showed around 3500 to say goodbye. His parents chose their ultimate resting place in the UK. Olivet Cemetery in Olivier, Oklahoma, Hugo, where his friend, Frock Brown, laid out earlier.

The film "8 seconds" tried to make justice for her life, but she did not address the friendship between Lane and Täf. Here I was with Taf soon after Lane's death, in the city of Fort Myerson in Iowa. He showed that he was ready to ride and go for a press tour. Tuf and I have benefited from some kind of charity. We both had to dance with someone who offered us.

In Cheney's fateful day, after a very heavy rain, Lane placed a grandson named Takin & Business Care & # 39; Cowboys had their name. They label the animal, "The Broken Bone." Lane has come out and is good, scoring 85 points and approaching a $ 10,000 prize money. After the trip, Lane fell. Behold, when the ox turns and stops it. His cavity broke the ribs, cut the blood vessels and dug into the heart.

He died in the arena, although doctors tried unsuccessfully to rehabilitate him for hours in the hospital. Tuff eventually allowed to see his new discouraged friend, then in the waiting room "seemed forever." Three days later, he served as one of his robbers.

At Cheyenne Arena today there is a young Bulgarian statue, where she lost her life what she liked to do. The cemetery, where he is buried, has permanent visitors. Many rodeo worlds have fallen out of this young man's death.

Dozens, maybe hundreds, remembered to call their sons after this invading hero. The site has many cowkids names called "Lane Frost", 50 years of memorabilia, 25 of which have passed but never forgotten.

Lane Clyde Frost was a member of an American professional bouquet and PRCA-Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association.