Goodspeed Boys

Goodspeed Boys

Buck, Carl, and Jess Goodspeed had no desire to become farmers. After the death of their father in 1913, their mother married a widower who owned a farm near the Canadian River in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma. As soon as the boys were old enough, they sought careers training horses and participating in rodeos. All three went on to become champions in the arena. Read about their lives, their loves, and their passion for horses and rodeos. Print editions include over fifty vintage and new photographs.

GOODSPEED BOYS [©2019] by Judy Goodspeed [Non-Fiction / Biography / Rodeo (PG) 122 pages / 39,000 words | Available in print from the DFP Books label of Dragonfly Publishing] VIEW COVER


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