It's a good ride for this college student

www.sequoyahcountytimes.com Published: April 25, 2013
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MULDROW -- Sayed Bushnaq used to think about riding a horse to school every morning.

Now, as a college student at Carl Albert State College in Sallisaw, he's living his dream.



The Sequoyah County Times reports that Bushnag, 24, gets up a couple of hours early every morning, feeds his horse, saddles up and hits the trail.

When the weather is real bad, he used alternate transportation. Well, alternate for him. He switches to a different kind of horsepower.

Otherwise, it's back in the saddle.

Originally from Fort Smith, Ark., Bushnaq says he's been around cattle much of his life, but he's no cowboy.

"I dreamed about doing this from the time I was a kid," he told the newspaper.

"Then I got the opportunity to do it once. Then I did it occasionally. Then it got to be a routine.”


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