There was plenty of excitement in Pocatello, Idaho last week as the Western Frontier Pro Rodeo came to town. Especially on Wednesday afternoon, when three bulls from the Xtreme Bulls event managed to get away from their handlers while being unloaded at Idaho State’s Holt Arena.
The large animals managed to make it nearly one mile away from the arena before the police and cowboys were able to safely corral them and return the to the venue.
The rodeo didn’t forget their youngest fans that may have been too sick to see the event in person either. Before the running of the bulls, a group of rodeo clowns and queens paid a visit to the pediatric unit of the Portneuf Medical Center.
While there, the chatted and signed autographs, doing their part to add some cheer to the daily troubles the children suffer. The also visited with adult patients who were hospitalized for extended care.