06-15-2009, 05:46 PM
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I don't believe they snip the tendons. They ride bulls like that as well.
It is cruel, however, because their spurs are embedded in the animals hide, that's what is causing the bucking, and keeping the 'riders' on. You'll notice that their legs never move, because the spurs are dug so deep in. The spurs look to be about four inches long.