We currently don't have any sheep so we will not have any Mutton Busting until the spring
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Our oldest practice bull but sure enough and honest beginner. Good in the box, jump and kick. Period...
Our next beginner bull. He can be a little saucy in the box but nothing big. Jumps kicks across the arena and if he's feeling good, he might give you a little turn back...
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 an "experienced" flank and a a"beginner" flank.
We picked this nice little "jump kicker" up a couple weeks ago and he's just right for youngsters stepping up from steers or smaller adults. Just a nice rhythm of "jump and kick." We'll try and get some video posted as soon as we can.
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A more advance beginner bull. Lot's of kick and jump. You need a wrap and a set of spurs of this guy. No turn back, but he'll make you work for every jump.
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Our only "Muley." Good in the box and good little spinner. Might even change directions if you last that long... 19-21 point.
Direct son to our bull Potluck. Lost his half brother awhile back but Romo is taking after his papa. right hand delivery and back to the right. Starting to lighten his flank and getting more and more kick out of him. 20-21 point.
Definite intermediate to advanced bull. The more we buck him, the better he gets. Left hand delivery and right around to the left. Good kick and floats a bit. 20-21 point.