The sky may have had the lightning, but the evening of June 5, Casey Jones Park in Elizabeth definitely had the thunder. Fifty of the nation's top bull riders came to even scores with the annual …
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The sky may have had the lightning, but the evening of June 5, Casey Jones Park definitely had the thunder as the Elizabeth Stampede got underway. Fifty of the nation's top bull riders came to even scores with the annual Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Xtreme Bulls event, featuring some of the toughest animals in the region. Although rainstorms made for a muddy ride, spectators enjoyed an evening of thrills. Elizabeth's own Blazing Saddles Drill team brought crowds to their feet with some four-legged fancy footwork. Future bull riders got a chance to polish their skills in the crowd-favorite mutton-busting competition.
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