This website is accessible to all versions of every browser. However, you are seeing this message because your browser does not support basic Web standards, and does not properly display the site's design details. Please consider upgrading to a more modern browser. (Learn More).

:: Menu
:: Attention

Advertise with Us
Promote your brand on the Rodeo Attitude Network.

:: News Menu
CBR
:: PBR Weekly Newsletter
Visit Our PBR Directory

You are here: news home > professional bull riders > pbr press releases

PBR Weekly Newsletter

By Courtesy of PBR
Posted Thursday, October 14, 2010

e-mail E-mail this page   print Printer-friendly page

n the bull pen: Times Square
Friday’s Showdown bulls ‘really good ones’
The details of Friday’s Final Five Showdown in Times Square have been carefully thought out. But bucking bulls in one of the most iconic locations in the world still will have an impromptu feel to it. “It’s outdoors and the elements could be a factor,” PBR Livestock Director Cody Lambert said in his weekly Podcast, noting that the forecast calls for some rain Friday in the New York area. “But that’s part of the deal." READ MORE

OTHER NEWS

 

PROFESSIONAL BULL RIDERS BUCK INTO TIMES SQUARE
Friday's Free outdoor event precedes 2010 Built Ford Tough World Finals in Las Vegas
The Professional Bull Riders are bringing the bulls to Broadway when they take over New York City’s Times Square this Friday, Oct. 15, at 1:00 p.m. ET, for a special one-time-only free event – the Built Ford Tough Road to Las Vegas presented by Cooper Tires. READ MORE

 

THE FINAL WORD: COLUMBUS
Unpredictable front runners could leave the door open for a spoiler
In less than two weeks, the PBR will crown its 13th World Champion in 17 years. Over the past 10 past months, six different leaders have battled through 10 lead changes in 29 events. READ MORE

BEHIND THE CHUTES: COLUMBUS
'I have all the confidence in the world, so I’m ready'
Colby Yates selected Paycheck for the Built Ford Tough Championship Round, he knew he could score “some big numbers on him,” but by the time he readied himself in the chute, he needed just 5 points. READ MORE

FINALS REWIND, 2008: BRAZILIAN DREAMING
Marchi, Palermo dominate World Finals
Brazil’s Guilherme Marchi had No. 2 on his back so long that a novice PBR fan might have thought it was his assigned number. After three consecutive years as the second-ranked rider in the world, Marchi finally punctuated a season on top when he won the 2008 PBR World Championship. READ MORE

KING OF THE FANTASY GAME
Tennessee fan earns a second trip to Finals
Growing up on New Mexico’s Navajo reservation from the time he was 3 until he was 11 years old, Ronnie King thought he was going to be a cowboy. READ MORE

e-mail E-mail this page
print Printer-friendly page
 
 
 
Latest articles in PBR Press Releases
 
PBR returns to Sacramento on Jan. 14-15
 
Elliott on demand
 
Gangster's paradise
 
On the road again
 
The entertainer's new clothes
 
The final word: New York
 
Behind the chutes: New York