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Circle M City
a Wild West Entertainment




Tim and Michelle Marsh74 Cowboy Lane, Sanford, NC 27330, 919-499-8493
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Tim Marsh, Bio

Tim Marsh is a fourth generation cowboy tracing back to his great-grandfather Julius O. Matthews. Julius Matthews sold 16,000 horses per week supplying the government during WWI. (See pictures at left.) At the young age of eight, Tim broke his first pony, Dolly, to ride. Dolly was a sorrel and white paint pony. Molly was a black pony; both were given to him by his neighbor, Leighton McDonald. Oscar Marsh, Tim's grandfather, traded and worked horses and mules throughout his life, tending crops consisting of tobacco, cane, corn, and cotton. Tim's father, Dwight Marsh, tells him that he remembers moving to another house by horse and buggy. Tim's maternal grandfather, Frank Comer, also used horses and mules to farm. Mr. Comer was in the Calvery during WWI. Tim's father, Dwight, has been riding, doctoring, trading, training, breeding, and boarding horses since 1963. He is currently in the horse boarding business. He boards an average of about 50 horses. Tim's property and Circle M City back up to Dwight's horse farm.Tim credits a large amount of his knowledge about horses to his father. Tim's experience includes breaking and training horses, trail riding, racing, showing, jousting, trick riding, mounted shooting, and roping. After his salvation experience with the Lord Jesus, Tim was led by Divine Inspiration to create the live drama "Cowboy Trail" using his horses and his talents. After several years of performing the drama, he decided he needed a video of the production. The video became more complex until it reached feature-length film status. With the movie complete, Tim desires to continue performing his wild west arts including trick-roping, gun-spinning, and bull-whipping.

Tim at Boot Hill, Kansas Tim with a Trophy Tim on the Right Tim on Horseback Tim Dwight Shane Matthews Horses