Southern sets sights on Penrith bull ride

Southern sets sights on Penrith bull ride

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Cameron Southern is 20th in Australian Professional Rodeo Association standings. Picture: Barry Richards Photography

Cameron Southern is 20th in Australian Professional Rodeo Association standings. Picture: Barry Richards Photography

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Cameron Southern will be one of the favourites for the Xtreme Bulls event at Penrith on Saturday.

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THALLON cowboy Cameron Southern will be one of the favourites for the Xtreme Bulls event at Penrith on Saturday.

Southern is currently 20th in Australian Professional Rodeo Association standings but needs to be in the top-15 to qualify for the Warwick Rodeo APRA National Finals in late October.

After the first four months of the new APRA season, Queensland pair Bailey Woodard and Michael Smith are at the top of the standings in the bull ride.

Tasmanian rider Kyle Maskielle is third and Victorian cowboy Will Purcell fourth.

Purcell was second in the aggregate at last year's national finals and Bailey Woodard fourth.

Standings leaders

All Around Cowboy

Terry Evison

Clay Bush

Cody Tyrrell

Luke Hamilton

Jace Land

Saddle Bronc Ride

Cooper Thatcher

Heath Chalmers

Gavin Fry

Tom Knight

Ty King

Bull Ride

Bailey Woodard

Michael Smith

Kyle Maskiell

Will Purcell

Guy Goss

Bareback Bronc Ride

Jarrod McKane

Cody Tyrrell

Patrick Webster

Gerard Oversby

David Worsfold

Rope and Tie

Terry Evison

Clay Bush

Jay R Marsh

Benjamin Smith

Daniel Pearson

Steer Wrestling

Jace Land

Lee Kimber

Glen Chape

Tony Azzopardi

Luke Hamilton

Team Roping - Header

Shane Kenny

Brady Smith

Peter Allen

Daniel Flanagan

Glen W Perkins

Team Roping - Heeler

Aaron Bookluck

Clay Bush

Joshua Rindfleish

Lochlan Flanagan

Terry Evison

All Around Cowgirl

Elley Corney

Leslie Moore

Karen Fish Jnr

Ellysa Kenny

Julie Breed

Barrel Race

Ellie Gard

Leslie Moore

Elley Corney

Ellysa Kenny

Candy Michaelis

Breakaway Roping

Jane Ryan

Elley Corney

Lauren Smith

Amber Patterson

Stephanie Gard

The story Southern sets sights on Penrith bull ride first appeared on North Queensland Register.

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