New Bouncy Castles and Assault Courses 2012

We have taken delivery of four brand new bouncy castles for 2012. There is a new Cars 2 bouncy castle, Moshi Monsters bouncy castle, Super Mario bouncy castle and the summer Olympics bouncy castles we have also taken delivery of a new Olympic Mario & Sonic inflatable assault course which we have had manufactured in red, white and blue so that it will be suitable for any summer 2012 Olympic parties or fundays. It will also be suitable for any street parties for the royal diamond jubilee street parties throughout the Merseyside and North-West  area. There will be around another four inflatable bouncy castles that will be added to our bouncy castle hire range. All our castles are top quality and meet British health and safety standards, and we are also members of the BIHA. We run a profesional family run service and can cater for any occasion such as birthday’s, kids parties, childrens schools fundays, holy communions, indoor and outdoor events, adult parties, fetes. Checkout our new website where you can check availability and book online or you can call us today to arrange a booking with us. We also have a large range of mascot costume available to hire!

Rodeo Bull Hire

Check out our new rodeo bulls, bucking broncos and simulator rides we now even have rodeo daisy which is aimed at the under 12 year olds but can be ridden by adults as well. Rodeo bull riding is a competitive sport which arose out of the working practices of cattle herding in Spain, Mexico, and later the United States, Canada, South America and Australia. It was based on the skills required of the working vaqueros and later, cowboys, in what today is the western United States, western Canada, and northern Mexico. Today it is a sporting event that consists of events that involve horses and other livestock, designed to test the skill and speed of the human cowboy and cowgirl athletes who participate. Professional rodeos generally comprise the following events: Tie-down roping, Team Roping, Steer wrestling, Saddle bronc riding, Bareback Bronc-Riding, Bull riding and Barrel racing. The events are divided into two basic categories: the rough stock events and the timed events. Depending on sanctioning organization and region, other events such as breakaway roping, goat tying, or pole bending may also be a part of some rodeos.

Rodeo, particularly popular today within the Canadian province of Alberta and throughout the western United States, is the official state sport of Wyoming, South Dakota, and Texas. The iconic silhouette image of a “Bucking Horse and Rider” is a federal and state-registered trademark of the State of Wyoming.[1] The Legislative Assembly of Alberta has considered making rodeo the official sport of that province; however, enabling legislation has yet to be passed.[2]

In North America, professional rodeos are governed and sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA), while other associations govern children’s, high school, collegiate, and senior rodeos. Associations also exist for Native Americans and other minority groups. The traditional season for competitive rodeo runs from spring through fall, while the modern professional rodeo circuit runs longer, and concludes with the PRCA National Finals Rodeo (NFR) in Las Vegas, Nevada, now held in December.

Rodeo has provoked opposition from animal rights and animal welfare advocates, who argue that various competitions constitute animal cruelty. The American rodeo industry has made progress in improving the welfare of rodeo animals, with specific requirements for veterinary care and other regulations that protect rodeo animals. However rodeo is opposed by a number of animal welfare organizations in the United States and Canada. Some local and state governments in North America have banned or restricted rodeos, certain rodeo events, or types of equipment. Internationally, rodeo is banned in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, with other European nations placing restrictions on certain practices.