Low number of qualified rides have cowboys saying, 'That's a lot of bull'

Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Billy Quade Phillips, of Henreyetta, Okla., works to stay on Rhett's Pet while other cowboys look on at the Cassville Bull Blast, held at the Bill Hailey Arena in Cassville Saturday night. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com

Billy Quade Phillips, of Henreyetta, Okla., works to stay on Rhett's Pet while other cowboys look on at the Cassville Bull Blast, held at the Bill Hailey Arena in Cassville Saturday night.

Dustin Ratchford, of Wynnewood, Okla., does his best to stay on Upper Deck Saturday night at the Cassville Bull Blast, held at the Bill Hailey Arena in Cassville. Only five cowboys posted qualified rides in the event. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Mason Lowe, Exeter native and No. 16-ranked rider on the Professional Bull Riders tour, was one of the three cowboys on hand Saturday to corral wayward bulls out of the arena during the Cassville Bull Blast. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Aiming to keep crowds entertained, Dustin "The Jester" Jenkins, brother to tour host L.J. Jenkins, shows off his Michael Jackson-style moves in between rides Saturday at the Cassville Bull Blast. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Daniel Lambright, of Waverly, Iowa, just missed a qualified ride time on Pomeroy's Toy, his first bull of the night, Saturday at the Cassville Bull Blast, held at the Bill Hailey Arena in Cassville in conjunction with the L.J. Jenkins Bull Riding Tour. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
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  • I would have liked to seen who won the contest, and what was their score.

    -- Posted by RAUCABYE on Fri, May 6, 2016, at 8:59 AM
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