The St. Francois Country
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Farley started riding broncos bareback and bulls when he was 17, and moved to Colorado to live the cowboy life after high school. He rode bulls for a while before training as a bullfighter, which he did for 15 years.
But Farley said he always loved the show business side of the job, which led him to his current vocation. He has been a natural entertainer since he was a child, he said.
Farley keeps up a witty repartee during the show, combining jokes with more extended prop acts.
“I’ve got the best job in the world,” he said. “I get to make people laugh for a living.”
Everyone, that is, except the bulls. It may take some time for them to warm up to his act.