How one Black cowboy hopes to win a world champion title in bull riding

23-year-old Ezekiel Mitchell hopes to be the first African American to win a world title in bull-riding in 35 years. Follow his journey in Snapchat’s new series “Life By The Horns.”
3:45 | 03/03/21

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I believe for a whole heartedly that you don't have to look a certain way talk certainly be and that. Any of that other stuff that people feel like a team. Be successful and can be. My name is easy to make sure I'm from Brownsville Texas. Professional moon. I. I knew from early days and my family didn't have much in Austin from a greater heritage that I wanted to tell me. That was one of the conclusions that can choose that I rarity here in the superstores. With the tablet industry and even more so board matters. And I guess images Travis held rodeo thing out. I. A lot of that statement black cowboys doesn't exist came from new grown up in bay town Texas. It was a bunch of kids than ever seen he ever heard of anything like that settled at that time all night just watching. The more that social media has no the president's news service and more. African American tabloid and then did they gave them. The Kennedy and then from Islam my guess you can say it's really growing it's people that can. There's a lot more African American. To come back. And I didn't have. Anybody kind of teach me so I just went on YouTube in and searched the basics of Bradley. And begin just try to figure out how the do the same view that these guys were trying to teach me. And then eventually it Bratton is like family so. A bunch of great people came into my life and helping in shape. And mold me into the that I be kept. If you're thinking while you're doing this you're already behalf and Lorenzo about reaction. First and foremost. You have to rabble rates seconds that is year old's main goal from there it goes into scoring process so possible. From one to fifty for the bull and a possible safety for the rather. You can watch horrible that is very athletic that stands at. Has direction changed in that for the Rodriguez when I watched his. Control and is now. That you can class and off he scoring. In the goalless around his memorable possible. An advance and then eventually win a world times. In order to get to where I wanna be which champion I think any more consistent. Here I know it's very attuned and out of our reach an all. Oh yeah we do is that it's in here and it's up here and a person that can tell you know is you. And fearless that one yes for yourself.

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