NFR 2012 Steer Wrestling
Steer Wrestling or Bull Dogging is the quickest rodeo event that requires speed, strength, balance, timing, and precision, which makes it the most challenging event. The cowboy leaves the box after giving the steer a predetermined head start, the cowboy and his horse catch up to the steer and running along side the steer, the cowboy will slide off his horse and grasp the steer by the horns dig his heels in and slow the steer. The cowboy will wrestle the steer to the ground and once all four of the steer’s feet are pointing in the same direction the clock stops.
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