Hail Oh Brilliant Ones
Muscle and brawn, determination and might. The power of the body and the mind in a challenge for victory for us all. Strength and will, focus and mindset, the power of the objective is a lure of contentment. Bring on the bull, bring on the market, bring on the challenge that proves the might of this power.
Ride for your lives, oh glorious ones, a challenge unusual, but necessary for a culture of unique bravery and unique courage. The fight between man and beast in a contest of wills to tame the savagery out of the wild. Bring on the bull, the market is waiting, for this is an animal of fierce power and fierce mindset.
As in all wild things, the thought of taming it, is an exciting interest to some of us. The challenge to ride an unusual animal, who’s interests are for protection and preservation of it’s own kind. Bought and paid for, the bull is owned, but not really tame. A bull is a powerhouse of strength and musculature, with a brain focused on survival. He is the fittest, the rightful, the protector of the herd and his temper and adrenalin flair with anger. From intruders and strangers, the bull protects it’s land with seething contempt for outsiders. Nostrils flair, stomping and pounding, steely gaze and snorting breath, the bull challenges. Run, you cowards, save yourselves! This animal will not allow a trespasser.
A mild farm animal, to the unwitting and unknowing, this is an animal of unpredictable nature and immense girth. Stay away, stay out of the paddock, don’t go near the bull.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocX5EXgHmGU bull riding in Canada
Hop on board, you daring cowboy. Ride the vicious bull. Tame the wild beast of farmyard passivity. The quiet country way, the rolling landscape, the picturesque farm nestled into a hillside, the pastures dotted with grazing animals, all tame and well fed, all quiet and calm in the peaceful countryside.
A challenge is upon us, to beat a vicious and untameable foe, an animal of fierceness and endurance, power and meanness. The bull will fight for it’s life and kill it’s adversary. Stomping and flailing, sharpened horns and massive body, who will ride the bull?
An interesting and exciting diversion from quiet country life. The birds sing in the trees and nature plays out it’s everyday fascination. Ponds filled with ducks and waterfowl dot the landscape, marshland is preserved for it’s own sake and the wild encroaches with timid apprehension. Sometimes foxes, sometimes deer, the pastures in the farm attract the more daring of the wild, who linger along it’s fringes. A simple co-existence, usually without distress.
But the bull is an adversary. A wild and difficult animal. He exists for himself. For his powerful genetics win the show ribbons and he’s the champion of them all.
Ride on, oh cowboys. Laughing and daring, rope in hand. Farm life is not for simple minded folk. Your own strong, agile bodies, tested against the steel of a bull headed animal. Determined and stubborn, willful and massive, ride on, you cowboys, to glory and courage and to conquer the wild of the farm. The massive bull.
written by Dr. Louise Hayes
September 20, 2015