During a stormy night in Bunnell, Florida on May 11, 2013 Chris “Weasel” Forrest quietly walked out of the Bull Riding and rodeo Arena for good. After a career spanning three different decades, one of the greatest Cowboy life savers in the South walked away from Bull Fighting knowing that he had given all he had to the Sport. Chris “Weasel” Forrest began his career in 1998 like most Bull Fighters working for free in Arenas with bull holes and ant piles, but it wasn’t long before Forrest captured the attention of Fans and Riders with some of the most insane moves the sport had ever seen in the South. His willingness to sacrifice his body for the Bull Riders soon became well known, and Forrest was immediately voted to his first Bull Riding Finals in 1999 and then every year after that, making him one of the most decorated Bull Fighters the South had ever seen. If Forrest had any faults at all it would have been his dismissal for his own accomplishments, Forrest was an extremely humble Bull Fighter and never gave himself enough credit, although his actions in the Arena was all that was really needed. Forrest was truly a rare individual when it came to character and Professionalism in the Sport of Rodeo and Bull Riding and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors .