Despite consistent documented instances of animal death, injury, and distress, rodeos are still common in many areas of the world. Horses are routinely injured and killed in chuck wagon racing. Bulls and horses are forced to wear painful straps to induce bucking. Calf roping involves violently roping and tackling calves, some as young as eight weeks old. Electric prods are used on all the animals. These events are another example of animals being used for profit and so-called entertainment, with their suffering hidden in plain sight.