Tamworth Regional Events Coordinator has offered his condolences to the rodeo community after the death of Bruce Green on the weekend.
It comes as Oxley Police District confirm the death from injuries sustained by a bull at the Rodeo Roundup on Saturday was a "tragic accident".
"It was [a tragic accident] that happened at the rodeo on Saturday," Inspector Michael Moy told the Leader.
"It's a coronial matter now, police are making inquires and will be presenting info to the coroner in due course."
Barry Harley, council's event coordinator, said while he wasn't personally involved, expressed confidence that everything that needed investigating was being done.
"But tragic as it was, it was just something you don't like to see," Mr Harley said on Monday.
Clearly, all of the authorities that are involved in that investigation will be doing their thing.Barry Harley
"Clearly, all of the authorities that are involved in that investigation will be doing their thing."
Mr Green died on Saturday after being charged by a bull at the Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre (AELEC).
While ambulance paramedics treated him on scene before taking him to Tamworth hospital, he didn't make it.
The Australian Bushmen's Campdraft and Rodeo Association (ABCRA) board members issued a statement mourning his loss, which they described as a "freak accident".