Thirteen brave young souls started Monday evening’s Days of the Old West Rodeo by participating in the Mutton Bustin’ event. Kids are placed on top of a sheep inside one of the bucking chutes and then the chute is opened and it’s game on. The ride is usually short and sweet with the child’s head normally facing forward. Pictured, Titus Boullon took a different approach facing to the rear, and he rode the critter a long way and scored 70 points for his efforts before getting chopped. The event has proven to be a popular and extremely entertaining opening act for the rodeo.
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