Gayndah Rodeo fans brave rain
Hopes it will become annual event
A BIT of rain on Sunday didn’t stop the Gayndah Rodeo.
The crowd pulled their hats a little lower, put their coats on and continued to watch the day’s action.
The Australian Professional Rodeo Association event featured a full program with steer wrestling, team roping, barrel races, rope and tie and, of course, the bull riding.
Gayndah Show Society president Cam Polzin said the rodeo was a success and, despite the rain, everyone stayed to see the events.
“The action was really quality, a couple of guys hit the ground pretty hard,” Polzin said.
The Gayndah Rodeo didn’t run last year but hopefully, after this year’s response, the tradition will continue annually.
Brian King provided the bulls from Mundubbera, Terry Halls provided horses and Shane Kenny of Destiny Downs provided all the small stock.
WILD RIDE: Bullriders at the Gayndah Rodeo had theirwork cut out for them.