Caleb Her Many Horses ~ Oglala Sioux

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Caleb Her Many Horses

Tribe: Oglala Sioux

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College: University of Wyoming

Position: Track

Class: Sophomore

Home town: Lander, Wyo.

High school: Wyoming Indian HS

Career:
2010-11… Her Many Horses was a key contributor as a freshman, and proved very versatile. Her Many Horses’ best finish came in the MW Championships, when he earned points for Wyoming by taking seventh in the mile run. He also ran the 800 in the Air Force Duals, hitting a personal-record mark.

High School… Her Many Horses was considered by many to be one of the most talented distance runners to come out of the state of Wyoming in some time. He was a multi-sport athlete at Wyoming Indian High School, and won two state titles as a member of the basketball team. He was the state track champ in the 800-, 1,600-, and 3,200-meter races, as well as being a three-time state champion in cross country.

Personal… Her Many Horses was born June 2 in Lander, Wyo. He is the son of Chris and Julie Her Many Horses. He will pursue a degree in education while at UW.

Her Many Horses’ Best:
800m – 1:56.82
1 mile – 4:16.83

Source: NDNS Sports

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