A real bull? Glad you didn't get hurt--I'll bet that was fun, though. And a lil scary.
Ha, I remember when I first got my horse, there was a lady who had a baby cow/bull thing in her barn and she said she was going to break it to TRAIL RIDE! No joke this woman was crazy! Wonder if it worked...
can you say lucky! My dernn Daddy rode all through his teen yrs. Till he hit 21..and then on and off after it. And since Im his little girl, Im not allowed on a bull.. it's a boys sport! LOL, anyways..good job(; I would be proud of that 3 second ride myself! -Jessica
Wow, you are a braver woman than I. Give me a bucking horse any day but bulls just scare me. I don't even like being off my horse around them, let alone sitting on one................no thank you. If you do it again, you absolutely have to get pix and share with all of us.
Holy Moly!!! I would never. I think it would be fun, but REALLY scary!! My friends couldnt even get me on a mechanical bull at the local rodeo because I was scared to full off. I would never get on a real bull! Haha
Thats awesome. I can give a mechanical bull a run for it's money but I have never ridden a real bull. I don't think the BF would let me. Lol. He rides all the time. And it would probably scare him to much if I actually got hurt.
Kind of funny you put it like that, smrobs - I thought I'd hire a bull rider to help me with a horse that had a bucking problem - he stone cold turned me down, and said I was crazy for riding those things. His thought process was that bulls can't go over backwards on you, but horses can, so there was no way he was 'crazy' enough to mount a bucking horse. Too funny.
Congrats on the ride. I missed my chance at a bull several years ago - won't say how many. I was short the entry fee for the local rodeo by about 10 bucks and none of my friends would loan me the cash... otherwise, I'd have done it too.
^^ Haha, yeah. Funny how that works. My thinking is that 99% of the time, horses won't try to attack you after you fall off, bulls will. The worst I ever saw about that was a bull in the '80s named Spotted Fever. He was downright nasty about going for the rider the instant they hit the ground.