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Bucking bulls head to Downs

DOIN’ TIME: The National Bucking Bulls Australia futurity and classic will be held at Killarney on September 1.
DOIN’ TIME: The National Bucking Bulls Australia futurity and classic will be held at Killarney on September 1. Contributed

KILLARNEY stock contractors Jan and Ross Hamilton are hoping locals will take advantage of a chance to see the country's top young bucking bulls next Saturday.

The standout young performers will be competing for top honours at the National Bucking Bulls Australia at Killarney showgrounds on September 1.

Hosted by the Killarney Show and Rodeo Association, the seasonal finals for the futurity and classic classes will kick off at 1pm.

The seasonal finals will be followed by a jackpot barrel race at 3pm.

Killarney Hotel will then host a presentation dinner on Saturday night.

Sunday represents the start of the 2012-13 rodeo season, with a futurity event and a classic bull ride. For more information phone 4666 4111.

Topics:  bucking bulls, equestrian, rodeo




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