When the Legends Die - Part 3, Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

Hal Borland
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Part 3, Chapter 28 Summary

Back into Colorado, Red cannot get the betters to go for the con. Betting is tight and Tom rides for the purses, which are small. Tom no longer looks like an awkward Indian kid and his skill and experience cannot be hidden. Red is unsuccessful at setting traps for the betters. They eventually move into Wyoming, Idaho and Utah. Finally, they go home for the season to rest.

Spring in Arizona is the same dismal take, only fewer rodeos. They go back to Texas, earning just enough along the way to eat. Tom is tired and his luck is running out. Red is pushing Tom, but he is tired and not making good rides. In a town west of Corpus Christi, Tom loses his rhythm and does not do very well. Red gets drunk and Tom walks around the town the...

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