At Bulls Gone Wild, bullfighters aren’t just there to compete, they also protect bull riders who have been thrown to the ground. Jacob Gaines of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, distracts an angry bull, giving the bull rider a chance to exit the arena. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
Bulls Gone Wild worth the wait
A rain delay meant that Bulls Gone Wild was late to get started July 25, but once it did, the bulls, riders and fighters put on an unforgettable show. For several years now, Bulls Gone Wild has been a favorite at the Phillips County Fair. The Saturday night bull riding and bullfighting serve as a thrilling end to the fair.
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