The Richardson brothers are the ones to watch this year at the Farley Brothers' annual Westpac charity bull ride on November 25.
Cliff Richardson is 26 years old, Lachlan is 24 and Eric is 19. The three brothers are making a massive name for themselves among the professional bull riding scene.
Lachlan Richardson is unable to make the event this weekend at the Kempsey Showground due to his hectic overseas schedule of bull riding competitions but brothers Cliff and Eric Richardson will be there to ride the wild bulls and uphold the family name.
Lachlan spends nine months of the year travelling America taking part in bull rides and rodeos.
Cliff Richardson at 26 years of age has just returned from Edmonton, Canada where he competed for the Global Cup.
The 2013 professional bull riding champion was lucky enough to take home an amount of prize money from the recent competition in Canada. Cliff was competing as part of the Australian team and also came in third place in the global bull riding competition.
Riding since eleven years old, Cliff has a lifetime of experience under his belt and plans to put on an amazing show for spectators this weekend.
His younger brother Eric Richardson is also an avid bull rider at only 19 years of age having followed eagerly in the footsteps of his two older siblings.
Eric is set to ride this weekend at Farley Brothers' annual Westpac charity bull ride competition.
Riding since he was 8 years old, Eric has successfully taken out runner up places in previous bull ride competitions. Eric is looking forward to the ABCRA finals which will be held next January.
He is currently standing at eighth place in the competition and his older brother Cliff is leading the rankings.
Another younger brother plans to one day follow in the bull riding path and he is extremely keen at only 6 years old.
Other cowboys at the bull ride will be Mexican champion Gustavo Pedrero, New Zealander Fraser Babbington, American Thor Hoefer and Canadian Brock Radford.