Help us raise funds while we watch four locals battle it out to support a local charity of their choice.
The amount of cash donations will be split equally between the four riders.
Ingham Sugar City Rodeo will be donating an additional $500 to the rider with the best time.
This year’s charity bull riders are as follows:
Nick Dametto MP, State Member for Hinchinbrook, donating to Audrey’s Angels of Hope and riding in honour of Judy Rearon.
James Stevens, Auxiliary Captain Halifax, donating to Hinchinbrook Branch Queensland Blue Light.
Jonty Collins-Furber, Machinery Operator Morton’s Earthmoving, donating to Ingham Palliative Care and riding in honour of close family friend Will Murdoch.
Casey Costabeber, Therapy Assistant Optimise Health and Wellness, donating to Ingham Riding for Disabled Association Inc
We would like to wish all of our competitors a safe ride and we look forward to seeing everyone at this year’s 25th Annual Ingham Sugar City Rodeo.