The bull riders were ready to pack up their saddles and head off toward the sunset. Even the world’s toughest athletes can only take so much bull***t. 548 more words
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A 10-day event billed as a celebration of western culture featuring professional bull riders, music and food is coming to Edmonton in fall 2017.
“We are bringing the best cowboys in the world to Edmonton in November 2017,” Sean Gleason, the CEO of… 464 more words
Ty Pozzobon schools angry 725-kilogram bulls for a living. But he remains a sentimental guy at heart.
So when he discovered his professional bull riding gear was stolen from his parents’ vehicle as they stopped for dinner in Calgary during the Stampede last week, his first thought was for the boot ties that his father had worn before him, and that he still uses on every death-defying ride. 315 more words
Zane Lambert considers himself lucky.
Lucky that he was able to get on another bull in Saturday’s Wild Card round at the Calgary Stampede. Lucky that he was able to produce an 87-point ride aboard a bull named Bee Bop, a score good enough to advance him into championship Sunday. 466 more words
All Devon Mezei wanted was to have a clean ride.
The 28-year-old bull rider from Carstairs, Alta., accomplished that and more on Saturday.
First out of the chutes in the final event of the day at the Calgary Stampede rodeo, Mezei spurred out an 85-point ride on 2 Dark 2 C. 437 more words
“Defense is the first act of war. Practice responding with love.” –Byron Katie
I’ve always been fascinated by the sport of bull riding, but it wasn’t until I googled the “rules of bull riding” that I truly appreciated it as a very apt metaphor for life. 1,245 more words