KC Midnite Fantasy– This drawing is my 3 month late anniversary present to my wife, Joni. Joni and Midnite successfully competed in many endurance races throughout Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. His great grandsire El Mokhtar was one of three black Arabian stallions used to portray the Black in the “Return of the Black Stallion.” The director loved his huge, expressive eyes, so he appears in several close-up shots. More important to the film was how El Mokhtar could run; he is the Black in the cross-country race. (“El Mokhtar,” n.d., para. 2) Midnite is now semi retired and looking like a toasted marshmallow at the Badgett ranch.
Horse Breakers Nightmare, Bronc Riders Dream
ON PERMANENT DISPLAY IN SHERIDAN, WY Located near the back parking lot of King's Saddlery. Thank you Sheridan Public Arts for making Horse Breaker’s Nightmare, Bronc Riders Dream part of the permanent collection in downtown Sheridan. I am proud to…
Her cousin was a COPPER KING; her friend was an INDIAN WARRIOR And her uncle died with CUSTER
Following article about Margaret Daily, Brett Badgett's great grandmother, was written on May 14, 1972 by Roger Clawson for The Billings Gazette. Mrs. Margaret Daily of Billings Roger Clawson photo An Irish colleen, given a $10 gold piece by Copper…