Juicing isn't just for humans anymore—or at least that's the new worry on the rodeo circuit, as bulls are now being tested for steroids. To keep suspicion away from the ring, the Professional Bull Riders are beginning tests to "ensure the integrity of the sport," and first up is celebrity bronco Big Bucks, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Officials doubt doping is widespread, because it’s not brute strength, but rather the highest kicks and tightest turns that earn points for the bulls and cash for their owners. But steroids are "still an issue" says an owner of Big Bucks. He welcomes testing of his bull—and admits to having doped bulls in the past until realizing “it’s not worth it.” (Read more steroids stories.)