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By JEREMIAH JOHNKE
Wyoming Tribune Eagle 

UW grad has bred, trained some of steer wrestling's stars

 

August 16, 2018



CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Sean Mulligan never pictured himself breeding horses.

The 42-year-old expected steer wrestling to consume his life after graduating from the University of Wyoming in 1998.

Those plans changed around Labor Day 2004.

It was that weekend he watched a brother of his horse, Lions Share of Fame, run the fastest qualifying time at the All-American Futurity. Lions Share of Fame's siblings from sire Dash Ta Fame were starting to gain a reputation in the rodeo world, but Mulligan hadn't intended to take his horse on the road.

Instead, Mulligan had intended to train and sell Li...



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