Junior Rodeo: Dirt, Tears and Glory

Inside the rough and tumble world of mutton busting.
3:43 | 12/26/11

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So you want your toddler to play for the Yankees put him in T ball visions of that 20/20 four Olympics get that little girl some ice skates. But what if you or your offspring willow loves rodeo. -- ABC's -- -- if he explains in this encore presentation you sign a waiver by Helmut. And find some sheep. Of all the things you can do with a toddler came running -- -- This may just be the weirdest. I like the whales here first it's called -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Take any willing kids six and under put them on the back of -- life she. And see how long they can hang -- The combination of hockey comedy teams frantic -- plus a healthy dose of dirt and tears. -- were particularly strange form a better team. Little sketchy this mom -- as nervous as -- go to. I'm a little more nervous -- theaters this fall but. Hopefully I'll pull the funeral Burrell and about is about to send her sweet little girl into -- battle -- -- here at the hockey helmet. Like -- red guard and sandals -- -- again. We weren't planning on -- but -- Wouldn't you know it little LOO. And that. At one of the best runs of the day. And that's saying something because as we watched. After total. Wound up face down -- pile of -- It seemed stunned expression. This little girl lost -- -- -- And that's what the real -- dividing. Tommie -- -- don't use them modest men behind the month. I'm gonna like -- Thomas Edison invented the light bulb a -- -- at all lot better. Mean that's kind of what we did you seriously can't -- the Thomas -- of -- that's absolutely I mean come on I mean who else is doing this across the country -- we -- we have for -- we're giving kids at times of their lives doing. Tommy traveled the country putting on these shows and says he'll launched 101000 kids into the ring this funeral home. Up from 2500. A few years ago here on the road you when your -- -- -- -- -- he talks like a man who's been hanging around -- a little too long. -- -- -- -- -- -- If this -- his slogan but don't Philadelphia followed -- flustered. I don't states where actually the -- mafia you know -- nobody messes with us. We didn't witness any injuries but the sport is clearly not without risk so -- -- -- all about safety you know -- -- -- going over protecting. Images of the needy boys five year old Dillon -- drew he had the white knuckled grip of that champions just shoot -- Determination. -- that's scary. Hold on tight words to live by from a five year old mutton buster -- police were dirt stained tears. -- -- And opponents including Nightline and.

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