Floating Horses: The Life of Casey Tibbs
The 94-minute film tells the story of Casey Tibbs, a nine-time world champion cowboy
from Mission Ridge, South Dakota, who left home at the age of 13 in 1942 due to his
father’s disdain of rodeo. Over a decade of dominance followed has he brought
national attention to rodeo as the original American sport. Akin to riding a wild bronc
in competition, his unpredictable life had its grand victories and cheerless crashes.
Get ready to “Let’er Buck!”
Best Feature Documentary: Black Hills Film Festival
Nowlin Town Productions in association with Static Age Productions
Directed and Edited by: Justin Koehler
Associate Producer: Aaron Pendergast
Sound Design: Brooke Saelens
Original Soundtrack: Ryan Waczek
Narration by: Bob Tallman
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