Steer Busting -- The most cruel rodeo event
Its official name is steer roping, but fans call it steer busting, and for a good reason. Because the Rodeo Mafia lies about animal injuries and deaths, we'll never know how many innocent animals have been sacrificed to this incredibly cruel event, but the number is certainly the highest of any rodeo activity.
Read the description of steer busting from rodeo people and you'd never know it was a cruel event. That's the way the Rodeo Mafia likes it. The truth is their worst enemy.
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) website explains it this way: "After making the catch, the steer roper tosses the slack rope over the steer's right hip and rides to the left, bringing the steer to the ground. When the steer is lying on its side and the rope is taut, the rider dismounts and runs to tie any three of the steer's legs."
As you will see in the video clips, "bringing the steer down" means to whip a 500-600 lb. victim over 180 degrees and slam most victims to the ground with so much speed and force you can hardly imagine how any steer survives. The victim is then dragged to insure it is practically knocked out, so the cruel contestant can get a score, and hopefully, win money.
Steer roping is so cruel, it isn't even allowed in most states. Of course, that's not what the Rodeo Mafia says. Propaganda on the PRCA website states: "Steer roping is one of professional rodeo's oldest events, but it is held only at select rodeos because of its requirement for large arenas."
That is just another rodeo lie. The PRCA doesn't even have the guts to bring steer roping to its finals rodeo in Las Vegas. Steer roping is usually held in more remote arenas, during the week early in the day. The Rodeo Mafia knows better then to allow too many people to see their dirty secret -- steer busting.
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