After a number of strong outs this year, Paige Stout's bull, Recovery Time, will be heading to Las Vegas at the end of the month for the 2015 PBR World Finals.Read More September 30, 2015 @ 10:00:00 AM View All of Paige Stout's Blogs
Cody Heffernan already has a championship buckle on his waist as the 2016 PBR Australia Champion. Now back in the U.S. and on the BFTS, he's aiming for at least one more buckle in Las Vegas.
Cooper Davis continued his hot streak in Tulsa by winning the Express Employment Professionals Classic, presented by Osage Casino. The win is Davis' second in a row and moved him to second in the world standings.
Kaique Pacheco did what he had to do Sunday afternoon to hold on to his lead in the world standings, but Cooper Davis' surge has him right on his heels.
It's still anybody's game in Tulsa Sunday and the bull power on hand means anybody looking to claim the win will have a lot to deal with.
Joao Ricardo Vieira came through in the clutch to win the 15/15 Bucking Battle in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Saturday night to keep pace in the world standings race. Meanwhile, Cooper Davis and Lachlan Richardson split the Round 1 win.
Cooper Davis built off his momentum from Nashville as he split the Round 1 win with Lachlan Richardson Saturday night and kept pace in the world standings race.
Ryan Dirteater and J.B. Mauney teamed up to rope and help make the wish of a local child come true Friday night before the Express Employment Professionals Classic in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
With an ABBI round followed by a 15/15 Bucking Battle happening tonight in Tulsa, some tough bulls will be in the draw challenging the top riders looking to gain some ground.
Winstar World Casino and Resort Invitational Thackerville, OKGet Tickets!
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Charlotte Invitational Charlotte, NCGet Tickets!
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