Australian bull rider Bradie Gray An Australian bull rider has regained consciousness after being trampled by a bull at a rodeo in the United States on Thursday.
Bradie Gray, 20, from Hallsville near Tamworth, NSW, is "alive and improving daily" after undergoing surgery at a hospital in Casper, Wyoming, according to a Go Fund Me page set up to help fund his recovery. The young rider, a junior at Odessa College in Texas, was bucked off by a bull named Levi the Boss at the College National Finals Rodeo in Wyoming on Thursday. In a post to The Odessa College Rodeo Team Facebook page, Mr Gray's father Mick said that his son's condition was improving. "He woke oakley outlet online store when we were in there, he tried to talk but couldn't with the ventilator in," oakley frogskins he said. "[He] wiggled his fingers and toes, he even wanted to write something down on a piece of paper but was too weak." RELATED READINGBull rider regains consciousnessMr Gray was taken to hospital with life threatening injuries following the accident and according to a coach at Odessa College, arrived without a heartbeat. Aragon said on the oakley factory store fundraising page. "He had no heartbeat when he got to the hospital." Mr Gray's parents Mick and Sharon will stay in Casper while he receives medical treatment. Aragon said. Bradie Gray sustained serious injuries as a result of the incident. Photo: Alan Rogers "Any donations will help with expenses while Bradie recovers before returning home to Australia." More than $8500 had been raised by Sunday evening. He has been riding bulls since he was five and entered the College National Finals Rodeo as the 152nd ranked rider in the world. Mr Gray's father thanked the public for their pryares and messages of support for the oakley deals family.
"The support that we have received has been truly amazing, there are too many to thank individually," he said. "I want everyone to know how much we appreciate it.".
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