Cowboy falls off bull at Northland Rodeo
Rodeo Bull comes racing out of pen and throws cowboy
Bull Riding is usually the last event to be held at a rodeo, and is the most dangerous. Just like bareback and saddle Bronc riding the rider can only hold onto the animal with one hand, touching it with his free arm will get him disqualified. Bull riders are not required to mark out a bull, spurring a bull will add to his score but it is not a requirement of the ride. The rider holds onto a flat braided rope with one gloved hand, this rope is known as a bull rope, it is wrapped around the bull’s chest just behind the bulls front legs.
The rider will be disqualified if: he fails to make the 8 seconds, touches the animal with his free hand, or places his spurs or chaps under the tightened bull rope.
All Prices: in NZ Dollars
Duration: 13 Secs
Resolution: 1920 X 1080 HD
Frame Rate: 25 fps
Camera: Sony NEX FS100
Content generally available for advertising, promotional, merchandising or other commercial uses.