Drago amassed a sizable fan base after video shot during Wednesday's bad weather showed the bull getting caught in a hailstorm. As golf ball to baseball-sized hail dropped, owner Gary Clayton watched Drago seek shelter.
Drago took refuge under a nearby pecan tree. Clayton's estate is surrounded by hundreds of acres of land. After witnessing the sky darkening after it had been only daylight, he watched the storm move across the field.
Wednesday's hailstorm is one of the biggest Clayton's seen in Dublin. He credits being weather aware to WFAA Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus.
Drago has only been with Clayton for a few years. He's still getting to know his bull
Clayton wants everyone to know Drago and the other steer are fine despite being caught in the hailstorm. "Their hide is probably three to eight inches thick." Then there's a layer of fat and some muscle. "They're pretty tough," Clayton added.
HE explained, "He's getting adjusted to the property, and we're getting adjusted to him,.Wednesday's hailstorm is one of the biggest Clayton's seen in Dublin. He credits being weather aware to WFAA Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus.