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Saddle Bronc Riding

Saddle Bronc Riding

Saddle bronc riding requires the balance of a gymnast, the timing of a springboard diver and grace of a dancer – all aboard a 1,200 pound pitching, twisting bronc. Considered rodeo’s “classic” event, saddle bronc riding evolved from ranch work of breaking and training...
Bareback Riding

Bareback Riding

Immense physical stress is placed on the arm and back, and bareback riders face more long term injuries, such as elbow and lower back problems, than other rough-stock cowboys. Sheer strength isn’t all that’s required. A bareback rider is judged on his spurring...
Bull Riding

Bull Riding

Most rodeo events originated on ranches and cattle drives of the old west. Roping cattle and riding broncs in competition were natural extensions of ranch work. Climbing onto a bull, however, was not. Many people, in fact, view attempting to ride a surprisingly agile...