Bull Statues (page 5)

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Dairy Barn [gone]
Lake Charles, LA
Angelo's Steak Pit
Panama City Beach, FL
This Longhorn Bull was installed on the roof of this Dairy Barn location. This photo is from 2010. By 2014, the place had closed and the statue was gone.

Angelo's Steak Pit features a bull that goes by the name of "Big Gus". Angelo's opened in 1958 and this statue has been there since 1970. He was designed to be a Spanish bull but was supposedly transformed into a Longhorn. That seems unlikely since there is an identical statue in Waukon, IA. The owner of Angelo's was going to put other bull statues at two other locations. However, those restaurants were never built and the two bulls remain in storage. For more, see this website. [map]

Longhorn Bull & Horse
Ovid, MI
Longhorn Bull
Monroe, UT
Longhorn Bull
Wickenburg, AZ

Longhorn Bull [gone]
Ann Arbor, MI
Longhorn Bull
Auburn, CA
Longhorn Bull
Hesperia, CA

Longhorn Bulls
Baker City, OR

Longhorn Bull
Bridgeport, CA
These statues shown in the three rows above appear to have been produced from the same mold.

The Longhorn Bull and Horse statues in Ovid are located at Tom's Western Store. [map]

The Longhorn Bull head is installed on a pole in front of Bullies Drive-in. [map]

The Longhorn Bull statue in Wickenburg was installed on the roof of a vacant storefront when this photo was taken in 2012. It appears to be from the same mold as the statue in Ovid. For more, see this website. [map]

The Longhorn Bull in Ann Arbor was located on the roof of Golfside Auto Sales in 2008. He had a University of Michigan blanket on his other side. By 2011, the statue was gone. [photo thanks Mark Comstock]

The Longhorn Bull statue in Auburn is installed on the roof of the Longhorn Meat Co. [map]

The Longhorn Bull statue in Hesperia is located at Main Street Collectors which produces and sells all sorts of fiberglass and aluminum statues. [map]

The four Longhorn Bulls statues in Baker City are located at York's Covered Wagon. There are two on the roof and two hitched together on the sidewalk on the corner. They appeared sometime between 2009 and 2012. These photos are from 2016. [map]

The Longhorn Bull statue in Bridgeport pulls a cart. It is installed in front of the Redwood Motel. It has been there since at least 2007. [map]

There was another one of these statues in Dearborn, MI.

Dairy Cow and Longhorn Bull
Plainview, TX
Union Stock Yards
San Antonio, TX
These Dairy Cow and Longhorn Bull statues are among several cattle statues located around town. In 2000, 48 fiberglass statues were individually painted during the "Plainview Cattle Drive" community art project. The statue on the right appears to be identical to those described above. For more, see this website. [Domino's map]

This Longhorn Bull statue in San Antonio is installed on a raised platform above the entrance to the Union Stock Yards. Although the Union Stock Yards closed in 2001, this statue was still there in 2014. [map]

Longhorn Bull
Austin, TX
This Longhorn Bull statue was installed near the University of Texas campus in 2006. The fiberglass statue is 12 feet tall and 17 feet long. It is painted in the burnt orange colors of UT's "Bevo" mascot. For more, see this website. [map]

Longhorn Bull
Dallas, TX
This Longhorn Bull statue is located in front of Raul's Corral Mexican Food & Longhorn Ballroom. The Longhorn Bull's "RR" brand refers to the restaurant's owner, Raul Ramirez. [map]

Longhorn Bulls
Plano, TX
These bronze Longhorn Bull sculptures were produced by Robert Summers. They were installed next to the Baccus Cemetery in 2005. These photos show just a few of the 22 statues in this depiction of a cattle drive. [map]

Longhorn Bull
Odessa, TX
This Longhorn Bull sculpture was produced by Joe Barrington. It is ten feet tall and made of welded steel. The sculpture was installed in 2010. [map]

Longhorn Bull
Bovina, TX
This Longhorn Bull sculpture is installed next to a historic marker which was installed in 1968. I don't know if the Longhorn was built at the same time or it came before or after the marker. In the early 20th century, Bovina was one of the largest cattle shipping points in the country. [map]

Bull [gone]
Woodbury, CT
The Bull statue in Woodbury appeared to represent a Longhorn. It stood in front of Javs Mexican Grill. By 2012, the restaurant had closed and the statue was gone.

Uncle Frank’s German Food [gone]
Radcliff, KY
El Capitan
Dodge City, KS
The Uncle Frank’s German Food bull was installed on the roof of the restaurant. This photo is from 2010. By 2013, the restaurant had closed but the statue was still there. It was gone by 2016.

This bronze statue of El Capitan, a Longhorn bull, was installed downtown in 1980. It was created by Jasper D'Ambrosi. [map]

Longhorn Bull
Livingston, TX
Bull [gone]
Akron, OH
The Longhorn Bull statue in Livingston is installed in front of Richard's Pawn Shop. [map]

The Bull in Akron was a metal sculpture. It appeared to represent a Longhorn bull. It was installed on a trailer in front of Felons For Hire. These photos are from 2009. By 2013, the business and the Bull were gone.

Cattle Drive
Pendleton, OR
These Cattle Drive sculptures were created by Michael Booth. There are nine Hereford cattle, a Border Collie, and two cowboys on horseback. The concrete sculpture group was installed next to the interstate in 1999. In 2009, Booth created a similar group of statues which are installed in McAlester, OK. For more, see this website. [map]

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