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19 July 2014 01:49 PM Flies landed on the beast's back as the cowboy got ready for his ride. He pulled a flank strap around the bull's backside and a bull rope with a leather handle around the animal's shoulders, letting it sit loose.
Trey Benton III of Rock Island, Texas, the 2013 Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo's bull riding champion, paid another visit here Saturday afternoon to defend his crown. Shortly after he won the coveted buckle at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds last July,
Kiwi cowboy Fraser Babbington has to ride a bucking bull for 8 sec...Fraser Babbington grew up on a Gisborne farm, riding sedate showjumpers...I'm still a little bit scared these days, not so much fear, but [there's still] a little bit of nerves. "
Stone-burner is the rodeo circuit's version of a two-sport athlete. But even the great football/baseball legend Bo Jackson would be intimidated by what Stoneburner attempts at almost every rodeo. Other cowboys certainly were in awe of Stoneburner,
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Trey Benton III turned in a lofty final round score of 92.5 and won the Tuff Hedeman Championship Challenge on Saturday night at Cowtown Coliseum. In the finals, Benton, a two-time qualifier to the Wrangler
Oregon-native Clint Johnson knows the dangers of bull riding. He experienced them in full force in January when he was thrown from his bull Pistol Whip in Portland and broke two bones in his lower back. Months later, Johnson is back riding and doing
A 19-year-old Allen Helmuth wasn't entirely prepared for his first amateur bull riding event in Sumas in 2003. Figuratively speaking, he was more than willing to mount a bull and command it for eight death-defying seconds. But literally speaking, he
It is the money that moved Ote Berry to snap out of retirement, lose 50 pounds, and get in good enough shape to twist a couple of horned rodeo steers to the ground at this weekend's RFD-TV The American. I can give a million reasons why I'm competing
The 5-year-old from Iowa strutted around the rodeo staging area of the Denver Coliseum at the National Western Stock Show on opening day, sporting a bubble-gum pink shirt, pink-fringed chaps and his initials "JLK" emblazoned in the same color down
Mauney is the first American since 2009 to be named the world champion in professional bull riding. Photo by Andy Watson~BullStockMedia.com Updated: January 9, 2014 3:38PM J.B. Mauney is the first to admit you have to be a little crazy to want to