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Some clouds. Low 32F. Winds light and variable.
Updated: January 26, 2020 @ 6:43 pm
Ben Walton of Amherst County bolts into to action to protect a jolted bull rider during a recent rodeo event in Bedford County.
Ben Walton grabs the bull by the horn as the rider gets into a safer spot.
Walton prepares for the next round of action.
Ben Walton distracts a bull during a recent rodeo event in Bedford County.
Ben Walton gets a kiss from his wife, Dynolene, before heading into the bull arena at Forest.
Ben Walton will change from ball cap to his cowboy hat as the time nears to enter the ring.
Ben Walton gets in to position as the bull heads to the fence on the sidelines with a rider still on.
This bull eyes Ben Walton as the Amherst bullfighter gets into a better position.
Walton runs a few wind sprints while another rider pulls in to compete in Forest.
Ben Walton takes care of the bull while a rider gets to safety during a recent event in Bedford County.
The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines an old saying, “taking the bull by the horns,”…
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