Bushranger the saddlebronc knows his job, and does it well, once more he enjoys it.
Bushranger has a bit of a story too ;)
He must never be seperated from the love of his life (cinderella) a lovely flaxen chestnut mare who also is a saddlebronc. they travel in their own compartment together, they are bucked out one after the other at events and they eat & sleep together – if they are seperated each make it clear that they are unhappy – so they are alway allowed to be near each other or together.
I know a lot of people disagree with rodeo, but it really becomes evident what a charmed life these horses lead when at night they are free to roam the large arena in a herd – as horses should, while showjumpers and barrel races nearby spend the night in small pens or tethered to floats.
They have food on tap, regular visits from an equine chiro and do very little work! without rodeo these horses would not have a place in life, and those who no longer wish to buck are re-trained as reliable saddle horses.