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The Colville Tribe of Washington was in the winner circle at the Championship of Champions Indian relay horse races in Walla Walla, Washington. We appreciate our friends at Wrangler Jeans and Shirts for supporting the Horse Nations Indian Relay Council season finale. It is our privilege to provide the results from a championship Sunday afternoon and interview with a talented winning jockey Scotty Abrahamsson of Abrahamsson Relay.
A combination of the World Series and Super Bowl for Indian Horse Relay. As America’s oldest known competition, Indian Relay is exploding onto the scene as the world’s newest and most exciting extreme sport! The Championships are the culmination of over 18 grueling competitions sanctioned by the Horse Nation Indian Relay Council, held this season between Native Americans and First Nations of Canada athletes.
The Championship of Champions, Indian relay horse races started in Walla Walla, Washington. And enthusiastic crowd enjoyed a 13 race ticket with all the thrills and spills involved. We look forward to doubling our attendance from last year by championship Sunday afternoon. We have results from day one of three of the event sanction by the Horse Nations Indian Relay Council.
The Horse Nations Indian Relay Council, Championship of Champions, is hosted this week in Walla Walla, Washington, for the second year in a row. President of the HNIRC, Oglala Lakota Calvin Ghostbear, is our guest this 1st of four, Wrangler Fall Sport Specials September 20-23, 2019.
The excitement is building towards championship Sunday afternoon already. After a season of competition, vying for spots for preliminary heat races the first two days of qualifying races, it all comes down to three laps with dozens of horses and riders on the front straightaway, for the season and title of the sport. This is shaping up to be the largest gathering in the history of America’s first extreme sport. One that is well over two centuries old and part of the traditional American Indian and First Nations way of life, when the great horse nations, once again, come together, a very exciting event.
Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes back into our Spotlight from Ottawa, Ontario, “Mr. Cody Coyote. He has just released his latest hip hop album “Ma’ing anag.” Find out all about Cody on his homepage codycoyotemusic.com.
Enjoy music from Cody Coyote, Buggin Malone, Artson, MC Redcloud, QVLN, Aterciopelados, Elastic Bond, Julian Taylor Band, Whilk & Misky, Latin Vibe, Richie Ledreagle, DJ Shub, Bostich+Fussible, Indian City, Carlos & Cubalos, Jace Martin, Spirit Cry, Jota Quest, Jurassic 5, Gareth, The Bloodshots, Soda Stereo, Shawn Michael Perry, Twin Flames, The Deeds, Santullo, Pura Fe, Cary Morin, Joey Stylez and much much more.
Encore Presentation: Welcome to Indigenous in Music, here is this week’s show. Join Larry and his guest from Los Angeles, California, we have in the house, singer, poet and entrepreneur Gina Loring. She has new music out, and she is here to tell us all about it. You can find out all about Gina and hear her music on the web at ginaloring.com
Enjoy music from Gina Loring, Stolen Identity, Dj Bitman, Once A Tree, Tchutchu, Chris Ferree, Ed Koban, La Santa Cecilia, Banda Black Rio, Q-052, Cary Morin, Link Wray, The Mavericks, Murray Porter, Blue Mountain Tribe, Leela Gilday, Shasin, Chico Mann, Axel Krygier, Tonemah, Pura Fe, Artson, Sariyah Idan, Gangsta Leene, Frank Waln, Samsoche Sampson, Aasiva, iskwe, Bomba Estereo and much much more.
Happy Birthday! Happy Birthday from VFTC & NV1 to Rita Cooledge.
This week VFTC highlights the Cherokee sides of Rita Cooledge – culturally, urban and militant during her birthday celebration..
Along with …
GVWI -“Falcon Song”
KASHTIN -“Akua Tu Ta/Innu Song”
BLACK LODGE SINGERS – Kuna Ma Ta Ta”
BILL MILLER -“Wind spirit”
WALELA -“Gathering of Eagles”
WALELA -“Cherokee river”
J.J. KENT -“Why!”- Honor Victims of Domestic Violence”
XIT -“Anthem of the American Indian”
WALELA -“I Have No Indian Name”
BLACK LODGE SINGERS – “Tiny Tot Song”
J.J. KENT -“I Am Red”
WALELA -“Tell them They Lied”
HOWARD LYONS -“Yo Jahwah Hey”
MICHAEL JACOBS -“They Come Dancing”
Navajo Aaron Tsinigini and Colorado cowboy Trey Yates win the team roping aggregate for the 60th Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Trevor Brazil wins his 24th gold buckle as all-around champion of the world on his retirement year. We have the results from round 10, the average winners and world champions with interviews from Trevor Brazil and Wade Sundell.