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Tomorrow the Cudgen Leagues Club will be alive with the sounds of bellowing bulls as the 2013 Bull and Bronc Spectacular comes to town.

This annual event is a favourite for families, and the cowboys and -girls will put on a great show.

Prizes for the event are Bull Ride $700, Saddle Ride $500, Bareback Ride $500, Novice Bull Ride $350 and the Junior Bull Ride $200.

The Bull & Bronc Spectacular is a major fundraiser for the associated clubs of Cudgen Leagues Club and the Cabarita Beach Pony Club.

Live band Cavo and Pigeon Boy Farmer will be performing at the newly covered outside area of the club.

Gates open at 5.30pm (NSW time) for 7pm (NSW time) start. Police and security will be at the grounds. Enquiries: Cudgen Leagues Club 6674 1816 or visit the website: cudgenleagues.com.au.

 


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