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Bull rider documentary

Clay Guiton takes a break after doing chores on his family’s in Cherryville, NC on September 11, 2019. (photo by Janis M. Grainger)

Meet Clay everyone! A couple of us went to see Clay Guiton for the first time and started to film our documentary. Over the next couple of weeks we will get to attend different rodeos that Clay will be riding in. Let’s hope he gives us a good show and lets us experience what he does best.

I cannot wait to see how this documentary unfolds. I think we have something amazing with Clay and his story. The next few months will be a little chaotic trying to piece this together and get it to say what we would like it to.

This young man is going somewhere and I am proud to be a small part of his journey.

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