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Our Watusi Steer! He might look intimidating be he's a big old pussy cat. We took some more horn off before we started bucking him cuz he could barely fit in the chute. He's a whole lot better now. Nice jump kicker with lot's of kick and rhythm.
Don't let the horns fool you, he's just a nice jump kicker as well. More for larger adults than youngsters, but will make you work for it...
Calm, cool and great buck for beginners! Will try and get some bucking pics and video posted soon.
Just picked this guy up from a friend of ours. He's got some good kick AND he's a little saucy. We think he'll fit the beginners just fine...
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He's a young 4 year old we picked up in Arkansas. He's a little tough in chute, but he's got some good kick. No turn back but he'll make you work at tracking him. Don't have a video just yet, but we'll get one posted.
He's a young bull we just picked up. His name says' it all. And he bucks pretty well. Lot's of kick and even acts like he wants to turn back, but he's still young.
He's a solid 20 point practice. Nothing dynamic but you have to track him and don't set a trap. He'll make you pay...
This is one our "Home Grown" bulls. He's a Thunder son but he acts like our old Romo. Very laid-back but pretty solid trip.
Pretty dynamic from a left hand delivery. Leaves in a hurry, two jumps out and back to the right.
Picked this young 3year old up from a PBR contractor. Turned into a nice little turnback bull. 2 Jumps out and back to the left. Pretty honest but can be a challenge...
We've managed to pack some weight on this little guy and he's pretty dynamic out of a left hand delivery. Best be screwed down tight when he turns back!
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This is a recent addition to the practice pen. We like his build and he's starting to find his nitch. Left hand delivery, 2 out and back to the left.
We've had this bull for about a year now and gotten some weight on him. He can go either delivery but he's ranker out of the left.
We've had him a couple years now and he's the real deal. One or two jumps out and back to the left. Had some great riders cover him and had some get dusted. Better have your ridin' britches on for this challenge.