Rodeo Fan Since Two, 13-Year-Old Bull Rider Achieves Jaw-Dropping Feat

 A rider who falls in the arena can die since they only see an angry bull charging at them.  

 Despite the risks, adrenaline junkies love bull riding and rodeos.   

 Youth are also drawn to the sport, with many wanting to become cowboys.   

 Sterling Huitron, 13, loves bull riding and has accomplished a lot for his age.  

 Sterling Huitron, 13, rides bulls twice his size while other American youngsters play basketball, baseball, or soccer.   

 He completed seventh grade at Canyon Middle School in Castro Valley, California.  

 On June 18–24, the young cowboy will attend the National Junior High Finals Rodeo (NJHFR) in Perry, Georgia.  

 Rodeos have fascinated Huitron since he was two.   

 Since starting to compete at nine, his fascination has evolved into a burning desire to become a professional cowboy.  

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 The 13-year-old has competed since his first arena appearance. He rodeoed in Guthrie, Oklahoma, and Las Vegas.  

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