"The mutton busters and bull riders are from all over the world," explains Annie Miles, creator and organizer for the event, "we have two from Australia."
Miles says the first event went from entertaining around a thousand people and raising over $5,000 to bringing in around two thousand people the second year, raising over $11,000. And Miles hopes this year will be even bigger.
Miles and her family started the event to raise awareness for children suffering from vision impairments. Miles' own son, Cash, served as inspiration for her to spearhead the event.
"Cash was born visually impaired," Miles explains, "we just decided that there were other kids in the community that nobody knew about. We decided, lets raise some money and awareness at the same time, so we can buy them some braille books, or anything they need."
Riding 4 Cash Bull Bash:
Nolan County Coliseum
Saturday, February 18th
Doors open at 5 p.m.
Tickets: $10 adults, $5 students, FREE for Children under 3-years-old