“I am not posting this because I am bothered about some nut who wants to ride a bull… I am posting this,  so that you, the public, can see why those bulls buck & try to get the rider off!  When those bulls are out of the arena they are docile creatures!….I don’t agree with rodeo at all.  Rodeo is all about  humans trying to take or overpower the strength of an animal; that’s just not right. Take a look at the second picture with the spurs, bull riders use those to antagonise the bull & also to stay on!…Seriously, if you have to wear spurs & put a strap around the genital area of an animal to have fun….you deserve all you get!!!”

A bull rider in Albuquerque, New Mexico was lucky to escape alive after his boot and spur caught hold of a strap still attached to the bucking animal.

Emilio Resende, 24, crashed down on his neck and shoulders during the Ty Murray Invitational Sunday while still attached to Mr Slim, the white and black-spotted bull who continued its thrashing.

With both legs out in the air, the Brazilian rider from Santa Helena de Goiás posed a similar way to Mr Slim who kicked both hind legs out from its 1,500 pound body above him.

A bull rider in Albuquerque, New Mexico was lucky to escape alive after his boot and spur caught hold of a strap still attached to the bucking animal.

Mr Slim is estimated to buck off 74 per cent of his riders in an average time of 3.59 seconds, according to The Professional Bull Riders‘ website.

Wouldn't you try to remove something is those spurs were causing you pain????

‘Blood. Bruises. Broken bones. It’s all in a day’s work for the PBR’s elite Sports Medicine Team. Anytime one the best bull rider’s in the world face their one-ton adversaries at a Built Ford Tough Series event we have the staff to make sure they receive the best possible care if needed.’

Mr Resende was not listed among the injured.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2120770/Emilio-Resende-Rodeo-rider-cheats-death-boot-got-caught-rope-raging-bull.html#ixzz1qL8dDOd9

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