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  • Magic Trick

    Magic Trick

    Magic Train can go from puppy dog sweet during the week to mean machine in the BFTS, and as one of the undefeated bulls this season, that's not the only trick up his sleeve.

  • Derek Kolbaba to star on SiriusXM's The Source

    Derek Kolbaba to star on SiriusXM's The Source

    Rookie sensation Derek Kolbaba will join SiriusXM's The Source to give listeners an inside look into the world of the PBR and life on the BFTS. Joining him are fellow riders Reese Cates and Bonner Bolton, as well as PBR CEO Sean Gleason. Listen Friday at noon ET on Channel 109.

  • Climbing the Ladder

    Climbing the Ladder

    Marco Eguchi was crowned the winner at the Brighton, Colorado, Touring Pro Division event. The win was the continuation of a successful summer for Eguchi, who looks to break back into the Top 35 in time for Nashville.

  • Age is Just a Number

    Age is Just a Number

    Valdiron de Oliveira and Wallace de Oliveira are both riding together at the age of 37, but in a strange twist, Valdiron is the veteran while Wallace is the rookie. Now re-untied in the U.S., the pair of good friends have made the most of their summers.

  • Wicked Ways

    Wicked Ways

    Wicked has dueled with some of the PBR's best, and usually comes out on top. Though his scores may not be as flashy, Gene Owen's bull has plenty to show and can make some noise in the World Champion Bull race.

  • Pressing On

    Pressing On

    Amarillo Magazine catches up with former pro Koben Puckett, on the eve of his charity Touring Pro Division event. Puckett, who was paralyzed in a wreck in 2008, reflects on his journey through recovery and staying close to the cowboy world he loves. Photo: Liz Mason/Amarillo Magazine

  • Edmonton's Rogers Place to host PBR Canada Finals

    Edmonton's Rogers Place to host PBR Canada Finals

    The PBR Monster Energy Canada Tour Finals will move to Edmonton's brand new Rogers Place and headline a Western lifestyle festival featuring the world's best bull riders, hockey and live entertainment.

  • Cheers


    Nathan Schaper has called PBR photographer Andy Watson a friend for years, which made his victory in Big Sky, Montana, that much sweeter. Watson, who grave Schaper a pep talk earlier this season, knows his friend still has plenty of talent to compete.

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