physiologically impossible! If the steer truly had its neck snapped, he would have ,at the very least, been paralyzed below the break, if not outright killed and unable to run anywhere.... head flopping or not.
Doesn't that depend on where it snapped?
Full details, huge guy, 350lbs range. My husband is 300lbs so I have a basis for it. Smallest steer, really little guy matched with the biggest rider. Immediately I am saying this is a bad match, biggest guy with the smallest steer.
Guy drops off his horse onto the steer, wrestles for a while with the steers head going back and forth, it's harsher than the other wrestles. He yanks the steer and it flops. It stays down for a long time, the event stops, people come out into the arena and the steer is still down. I am alternating between looking and not looking, then the steer gets up, it's face is flopped right around to its shoulder and it runs off and out, face stayed off to it's shoulder area.
So as you weren't there, and appear to be calling me a liar, you tell me what happened.