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Randy Paul: From herd work to ‘heard work’

From the Newstrader - March 18th, 2010 - General News

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Randy Paul

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz — Cutting cattle and cutting an album are two paths rarely crossed, but Randy Paul has done just that.

The 2010 NRCHA World’s Greatest Horseman and NRHA Million Dollar Rider is fulfilling a long-lasting ambition to record his music, available soon on CD via his website, www.randypaul.com. The album, “The Sky,” has been more than 25 years in the making, and it’s a collaboration with his daughter, vocalist Lynzee, and her husband, Paul Foreman, who produced the collection.

“One song, “sunshine Lady,” was written in 1984 for his wife, Andi.

“I think he’s been wanting to record something for a long time, said Foreman.

Paul is based at Rancho Oso Rio in Scottsdale, where he arrived in 2001. On Feb. 7, he clinched the World’s Greatest Horseman title in San Angelo, Texas, with Smokeelan, owned by Jilll Smierkel George. The NRCHA four-event competition tested the world’s best trainers and stock horses in herd work, rein work, cow work and steer stopping.

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