Hold­ing his horses

Buck­ing beasts kick up rodeo ac­tion at an­nual Mulgildie event

Central and North Burnett Times - - SPORT -

FEISTY bulls put up a fight and rodeo riders held on for their lives at the an­nual Mulgildie Rodeo on Satur­day.

The event was held at the Mulgildie Sports­ground and it was ac­tion ga­lore with plenty of wild rides to keep the crowd en­ter­tained.

The day started with the bar­rel raceswhich­was taken out by Cheralee Voss in the open event, and Mandy Burgess in the novice division.

Once again the ladies’ cham­pagne steer ride was hotly con­tested, with only two women mak­ing it to full time on their steers – Lyn­dell Mit­tel­stadt was vic­to­ri­ous, but Ta­ma­raWoods was close be­hind.

High qual­ity bulls were sup­plied by Brian King and were rid­den to vic­tory by An­thony Jose in the bull ride.

Mal­colm Whielan fin­ished in sec­ond, while Jack­son Hughes took out third.

Tyler Mor­gan won the ju­ve­nile bull ride and Clint Maslin was suc­cess­ful in the bul­lock ride.

Rick Knud­sen’s bronc horses were also a high­light of the event. Lo­cal rider Tim Sin­clair­was the only com­peti­tor to get two scores which al­lowed him to se­cure first place in the event.

WILD RIDE: Tim Sin­clair rides his way to first place in the sad­dle bronc event at the Mulgildie Rodeo.

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