Bucking bulls will rev up the crowd
MUNDUBBERA bull breeders Brian and Kerry King have confirmed their “next big thing” is on its way to Bulls and Barrels rodeo at the Mundubbera show.
It’s the new buzz around town, and Mrs King is excited to showcase their bull “What’s Up” for the Mundubbera riders.
“We’ve got lots of good bulls but What’s Up is pretty special,” she said.
Mrs King said she was excited to showcase the bull because the calibre of riders would be first-class.
“If riders do ride them, they’ll ride them for a big score,” she said.
Mrs King said What’s Up came straight from what they call their Super Pen which are reserved for the big shows.
To accompanyWhat’s Up, the Kings will also bring bulls Kiss Me Goodbye, Show Time, Thriller, Bubba and Cutting Loose.
“Bubba’s another sensation in the making and Cutting Loose is also on the way up,” she said.
Mrs King said in the lead up to the Mundubbera Show the bulls were bucking out the gates.
“We’re really really busy,” she said.
“We’ll be at three different rodeos the weekend before the show.
“Taking a load to Hervey Bay, Maroochydore, and Dayboro. Most weekend’s we’re on the road.”
Coming from Mundubbera’s outskirts, Mrs King said the Bulls and Barrels rodeo was special. “It’s a lovely country show and has something for everybody,” she said.
“When I leave I always feel how happy I am to be part of the community.”
The Mundubbera Show Bulls and Barrels will open the gates at 2pm on Saturday, May 9.
The rodeo will award a top prize of $1000 to the winner of the Open Bull Ride and riders with the highest points will compete at the Central Rodeo Cowboys Association finals later this year.
ACTION: Thrills and spills will keep the crowd entertained at the rodeo arena.
Kerry King: If riders do ride them, they’ll ride them for a big score.
Poddy rider Nathan Mellers enters the rodeo arena at last year’s Mundubbera Show.