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Pro Rodeo Bareback Riding Photos

Pro Rodeo Bareback Riding Photos is a rodeo event where a rider tries to complete an 8 second ride on an untrained horse.

Pro Rodeo Bareback Riding


Pro Rodeo Learn Bareback Riding through Photos
As many of you might know, bareback riding is a very tough rodeo event that requires agility, speed and power. Looking at Bareback Riding photos, you can see that this sport is one of the toughest rodeo events. A lot of amateur cowboys have improved their skills by looking at photos and videos of professional bareback riders. A lot of photos depict gruesome images. This is because this event is also one of the most dangerous.
While riding the bucking horse, the cowboy can only use one hand. The other hand should not be used to touch anything. This can be clearly seen in the photos. You should ride for attest 8 seconds in order to qualify for this event. Cowboys have been known to suffer injuries to their back, neck and arm while competing in this sport. If you can manage a score of 80 or above, you are a very good bareback rider.   (2/10/2012)
Pro Rodeo Bareback Riding is an event in rodeo where a cowboy mounts a horse inside of a chute. The rider has no equipment but a small handle-like structure call the riggin to help them stay on the untrained horse. They must remain on the horse for 8 seconds, and can only use one hand. If the other hand, called the free hand, hits the horse or the ground the ride is counted as a no score. (9/23/2011)

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