July 21, 2011
Beastly Bovines: Competing through pain is common in bull-riding. "Everybody has a close call or some kind of injury," says rider Josh Daries, who once burst an artery in his arm when a bull stepped on it. "It comes with the territory.”
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A few seconds. That’s how long a typical rodeo event lasts. A successful bronc rider only has to stay atop his bucking horse for eight. The fastest steer wrestler pins his calf to the ground ...