Roy Rogers beloved Trigger and faithful companion Bullet will now call Omaha home. Patrick Gottsch is the founder and president of RFD-TV and says the two will eventually be on display when they build their new headquarters in Omaha next year. Gottsch says he would eventually like to build a large display that focuses on country, rural and western lifestyle and that is what makes Trigger and Bullet perfect fits.
Gottsch paid over a quarter of a million dollars for Trigger and Bullet, Rogers’ dog. The stuffed sidekick had been at Christies’ Auction House in New York City. Rogers had them preserved and were displayed at his now closed museum in Victorville, California. They recently had been on display in Branson.