Rodeo!!!. CowboyCowgirl Calf – a baby cow (100-350 pounds) Gallop – a horse running at top...
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Calf a baby cow(100-350 pounds)Gallop a horse running at top speed
LassoNoun: stiff rope used to catch animals (often while sitting on a horse)Verb: the action of catching something with a rope
Bull/SteerBull a male cow very aggressive and largeSteer smaller and not so aggressivea male that cannot produce babies
EventsBronc Busting Bull Riding Barrel Racing Goat Tying Calf Roping Bulldogging
--rodeo events are dangerous!!!--dont try it without training!!!
Bronc BustingRide a wild horse for 8 seconds using only one hand
Bull RidingRide a wild bull for 8 seconds using only one hand
Clowns!!!Men dressed to distract the bulls; they protect cowboys when they fall off the bullsThey wear loose, baggy clothing in bright colors with many scarves hanging from their pants. This is a clown
Barrel RacingGallop a horse around 3 barrels without knocking the barrels down or the horse falling downThe horse and cowgirl follow the pattern on the right, running as fast as the horse can go.
Goat Tying1) Chase a goat (this involves jumping off the horse)2) Catch the goat3) Tie up the goat
Calf RopingChase a calf and lasso it while riding a galloping horse, then jump off and tie up the calf
BulldoggingChase a steer with a horse, jump off the horse, grab the steers horns, and knock it downbe careful of the horns!!!