This is the second half of the conversation that we started in Episode 32. Bobby Mote is a World Champion Bareback Rider that offered Ashanti Samuels a path out of his rough life in the ghettos of Atlanta.
This is another chapter in the story of Ashanti Samuels that Brett Gingold (co-host) of this episode is seeking to turn into a documentary. This is an entertaining episode with funny and inspirational stories of Ashanti when he reached out to Bobby asking if he could teach him “how to ride buckin’ horses.”
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Questions Asked On This Episode
- Tell us about the first time that you talked to Ashanti.
- How much of Ashanti’s story did you know before he actually came out to your place?
- Were there any funny stories you can share of Ashanti’s first couple of months in Oregon?
- How did race play a factor in the story?
- Did you or your wife have any doubts or concerns about opening your house up to a stranger?
- Do you feel like you had to make any radical moves in your own career to get to where you wanted to be?
- Did you and Ashanti ever have discussions about the mental side of bareback riding?
- How much were you a coach to him versus him picking up skills from being around a rodeo environment?
- How critical would you say that it is to have a single goal?