Party Bus Is Forced To Retire

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The bull who jumped out of the arena at an Oregon rodeo, sending the audience into a frenzy, has been forced to retire from competition.

The 3-year-old bull, named Party Bus, jumped the fence during a bull riding event at the Sisters Rodeo in central Oregon on Saturday.

First responders said three people were injured after coming into contact with the bull, including a woman who was tossed into the air by its horns.

The bull’s owner says the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association will no longer allow Party Bus to compete in rodeos.

The bull will spend the rest of his days on Corey’s ranch in eastern Washington.

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