• World Finals Watch: Davis found out he has more in the tank

    World Finals Watch: Davis found out he has more in the tank

    2016 World Champion Cooper Davis’ grueling journey through the Second Chance Bracket in Nashville reminded him just how much gas he does have left in the tank to make a run at the 2018 PBR World Championship.

  • Women of the PBR discuss life on the big tour

    Women of the PBR discuss life on the big tour

    At a panel in Nashville presented by Montana Silversmiths, Caitlin Brooks, Kaitlyn Davis, Korie Nance and Kate Harrison revealed the sacrifices they've made for their cowboy partners, how they manage their own careers and what they've learned during their PBR journeys.

  • Playing the long game

    Playing the long game

    Reigning World Champion Jess Lockwood decided to pull out of the Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires, on Saturday night because of a right groin strain to avoid further injury

  • Livingston wins Ride Score Championship in Nashville

    Livingston wins Ride Score Championship in Nashville

    Koal Livingston went 2-for-6 at the Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires, and it was enough to earn him $35,000 and the Ride Score Championship. Meanwhile, despite going 1-for-5, Cody Teel took home the event win.

  • Teel wins Music City Knockout

    Teel wins Music City Knockout

    Livingston was named the Ride Score Champion at the final PBR Major of the season.

  • PBR Canada 2019 Monster Energy Tour schedule announced

    PBR Canada 2019 Monster Energy Tour schedule announced

    The tour is set to visit eight provinces in its fourth season.

  • Down but not out

    Down but not out

    Two-time World Champion J.B. Mauney can go from being on the outside of the Top 35 to within the Top 15 with a victory Saturday night at the Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires.

  • The Morning Line Nashville Day 2

    The Morning Line Nashville Day 2

    Round three of the Music City Knockout features a much anticipated matchup for J.B. Mauney. Twelve riders battle it out to advance to the quarter final round.

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