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Offline Zach

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Re: Eye Candy
« Reply #15 on: January 17, 2009, 10:04:47 AM »
pics?????? we needs visual reference
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Re: Eye Candy
« Reply #16 on: January 18, 2009, 12:07:20 PM »
Eyecandy is lucky to be alive today. If you thought he looked a little stiff in his shoulder at Denver you might want to consider he was in a massive accident on I 80 heading to Denver. If you get a chance to see the trailer you would be amazed those bulls walked off let alone made it to display. A semi jack knifed in front of Chris Wilson, amazing no people or animals were seriously hurt or lost.

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« Reply #17 on: January 18, 2009, 12:37:17 PM »
Wow some one was watching out form them... how dose the other bull look?? I think he is called money puddy.

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« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2009, 05:37:32 PM »
i saw him at denver and i thpught he didnt get very big. some guys i was with said he was the same size this year as he was last year. idk but he seamed small

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Re: Eye Candy
« Reply #19 on: January 19, 2009, 12:12:21 AM »
Eyecandy is lucky to be alive today. If you thought he looked a little stiff in his shoulder at Denver you might want to consider he was in a massive accident on I 80 heading to Denver. If you get a chance to see the trailer you would be amazed those bulls walked off let alone made it to display. A semi jack knifed in front of Chris Wilson, amazing no people or animals were seriously hurt or lost.


What caused the accident? I'm surprised I didn't hear about it, but i guess i shouldn't be surprised since i didnt end up goin down to Denver after all
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« Reply #20 on: January 19, 2009, 10:58:00 AM »
Chris was heading to Denver on I-80. A semi started pulling off the hwy on the shoulder (Chris thought he was literally pulling OFF the hwy). the semi then pulled hard left (to make a cut-thru, u-turn). Chris was running about 75 and hit the semi right between the cab and trailer. the front of Chris' trailer took the biggest blow. Chris' trailer was loaded as follows from front to back.  Eye Candy, Cyrus and Baton Rouge, Ego Trip and Money Putty. Though still very sore and a possible cervical disc problem, Chris seems to be doing pretty good. All the bulls are doing fine. Eye Candy still had some swelling in his shoulder. But still looked great. A miracle to say the least.

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Re: Eye Candy
« Reply #21 on: January 19, 2009, 11:28:43 AM »
Eyecandy is lucky to be alive today. If you thought he looked a little stiff in his shoulder at Denver you might want to consider he was in a massive accident on I 80 heading to Denver. If you get a chance to see the trailer you would be amazed those bulls walked off let alone made it to display. A semi jack knifed in front of Chris Wilson, amazing no people or animals were seriously hurt or lost.


What caused the accident? I'm surprised I didn't hear about it, but i guess i shouldn't be surprised since i didnt end up goin down to Denver after all
From what I was told, It was right where 1-80 and I-76 split off,  The Semi tried to switch clear clear to the right to get on 80 and cut Chris and the trailor off.  Totaled both rigs out.  Very lucky.

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Re: Eye Candy
« Reply #22 on: January 19, 2009, 11:39:23 AM »
I'm pretty sure I saw part of the aftermath of the accident.  A big surprise that Chris and the bulls came out of it as good as they did. 

Tony, I saw you clowning around in Denver, never said hi cause you looked like you were too busy causin trouble!
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Re: Eye Candy
« Reply #23 on: January 19, 2009, 12:13:30 PM »
I'm pretty sure I saw part of the aftermath of the accident.  A big surprise that Chris and the bulls came out of it as good as they did. 

Tony, I saw you clowning around in Denver, never said hi cause you looked like you were too busy causin trouble!
I thought I was more behaved than my 2 counterparts, Farwest and Dusty.  LOL

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« Reply #24 on: January 19, 2009, 10:48:41 PM »
Chris was heading to Denver on I-80. A semi started pulling off the hwy on the shoulder (Chris thought he was literally pulling OFF the hwy). the semi then pulled hard left (to make a cut-thru, u-turn). Chris was running about 75 and hit the semi right between the cab and trailer. the front of Chris' trailer took the biggest blow. Chris' trailer was loaded as follows from front to back.  Eye Candy, Cyrus and Baton Rouge, Ego Trip and Money Putty. Though still very sore and a possible cervical disc problem, Chris seems to be doing pretty good. All the bulls are doing fine. Eye Candy still had some swelling in his shoulder. But still looked great. A miracle to say the least.


Oh wow... They are all VERY lucky..Man I wish I could've gone down to Denver, I haven't seen Eye Candy since he was 2 months old
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