Don 't Be Willing For Pay The Price

1691 WordsDec 20, 20167 Pages
“Don’t be afraid to be willing to go after what you want to do, and what you want to be. But don’t be afraid to be willing to pay the price.” Lane Clyde Frost was born on July 13, 1956 in LaJunta, Colorado to Clyde and Elsie Frost. Lane was named after his father and was the middle child. He had an older sister, Robin, and a younger brother, Cody. Lane grew up working on the dairy farm that his parents owned. His father Clyde was a bull rider and took the game very serious. He missed the birth of his second child because he was away on the rodeo circuit making money as a saddle bronc and bareback rider. Clyde also competed in five National Finals Rodeos. Lane became very interested in rodeo as a young boy. His mother even made him his first pair of chaps, she remembers saying that she hoped he “would outgrow this rodeo thing.” However, as Lane got older his love for rodeo only grew. When Lane was in junior high he excelled in wrestling. Weighing only 75 pounds Lane won 45 matches, lost four, and had two ties. Even though he was very good at wrestling his heart was still in the rodeo (“Official Lane Frost Site”). On January 5, 1985, Lane married Kellie Kyle at the United Methodist Church in Quanah, Texas. Lane and Kellie met in 1980 at the National High School Rodeo Finals, this is also where he met his long time best friend, Tuff Hedeman (Ebert). Many know of Lane from the movie “8 Seconds,” however what they are not aware of, is the kind of guy Lane was and what all he had
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