Ty Murray Doesn't Want His Son to Be a Bull RiderMariaLianos
Ty Murray would love for his baby boy to grow up to be whatever he wants to be.
Except one thing.
“The last thing in the world you want to think about is him getting on a bull,” says Murray, 42, a nine-time world champion of bull riding, said of his 3-month-old son Kase Townes.
“It’s the most dangerous sport in the world. It would give me and Jewel gray hair instantly.”
Ironic isn’t it?
Murray and wife Jewel, 37, have a long way to go before they have to worry about their son’s career choices!
“My biggest dream for him is that he finds a passion,” Murray told People. “I don’t care what it is.”
The co-founder of Professional Bull Riders is a proud papa, taking his role as daddy very seriously.
“It’s our job to protect him and shepherd him the best we can if that’s what he really wants to do,” adds Dad.
“It would be the hardest thing in the world for me — I can’t think of anything worse!”