NEWS

Purcell & Coverchuk on Top at BRC Finals

Lloydminster, Saskatchewan - The Wrangler Bull Riders Canada Season IV Finals ended this past weekend with only a 100 point difference between the BRC National Champion, Will Purcell and the BRC Finals Champion, Cody Coverchuk. This was an action-packed show you did not want to miss! On night one of the BRC Finals, the best score went to Shay Marks, Sunnybrook, AB with an 84.5 point ride on the back of Foley Bucking Bulls' Fired Up Freddy. All the victory went to the Bulls in the Canadian Global Grudge Match, where we saw the Top 5 BRC Cowboys vs the Top 5 BRC Bucking Bulls. Each Stock Contractor was awarded a $1000.00 cheque for their bulls' performance and the crowd was witness to why thes

Boyz & Bullz Kicks Off Season V

Eriksdale, Manitoba - The Boneyard General Repair - Boyz & Bullz event, presented by The Healthy Chef, celebrated their 20th year with a capacity crowd once again. The event saw some great bull rides and was very well hosted by BRC Finals bound Announcer, Dustin Edwards. The Eriksdale event format is unique as all of the bull riding contestants are treated to a Mr. Perogie & Steak supper. During this complimentary feast, the draw is done live where the Contestants pick numbers for their turn to select their long round bulls. StartFragment In the first round it was 16 year old Everett Fairlie, Warren, MB who stole the show with an 84.5 point score aboard Lazy S & Bonkowski Bucking Bulls' Br

ONE WEEK. ONE CHAMPION

Lloydminster, Saskatchewan - One. The magical number is one. One week. One Champion. There can be only one BRC National Champion. In just one short week everyone – friends, family, fans, followers, committees, members, partners and all others – will know who is crowned the 2016 Season IV Bull Riders Canada National Champion! Friday, October 21st at 7:00PM is the first Long Round of competition where you will see all of the Top 30 riders compete on the one bull they’ve been drawn. Following the Long Round will be the Canadian Global Grudge Match which pits the Top 5 Bulls in BRC versus the Top 5 Cowboys in BRC. If the Cowboy makes a qualified ride, he is awarded $1000.00 on the spot; if he’s

Purcell Leading Season after Spiritwood

Spiritwood, Saskatchewan - The SARCS 1st Annual Bull Riding Competition was filled with highlights; beginning with the line-up to get into the building. It was an impressive picture that was posted on social media by Announcer Dustin Edwards, where spectators were lined up out the door - through the entire parking lot - in order to be able to have a seat for the inaugural Bull Riders Canada event. The positive energy from the eager fans was contagious, as there were ten qualified rides in the long round; one of the highest number of qualified long round rides at any bull riding event in Canada all year! StartFragment The sold out crowd was witness to a new Season Leader on the final event of

Two Weeks until a Bull Riders Canada National Champion is Decided

Lloydminster, Saskatchewan - With 67 events completed in seven different Provinces, the Season IV Bull Riders Canada National Champion will be crowned in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan October 22nd. With over two hundred members, 528 bovine athletes and close to $300,000.00 in prize money paid out, the race to become the BRC National Champion is far from over. Contestants will still be competing to move up in the BRC National Standings this weekend in the Spiritwood, SK BRC event, where their points will still count toward the Wrangler Bull Riders Canada Finals IV. “Mathematically, any one of the Top 5 Contestants have a legitimate chance to become the 2016 BRC National Champion.” exclaimed BRC

Riders Making Strong Finish

High Prairie, Alberta - With High Prairie being the first of only two events remaining in the Bull Riders Canada Inc. Season IV schedule, the bull riders showed off and rode ten bulls to make the Season Leader race the closest in the Association’s history. Chris Young, Bullsbrook, W. Australia was declared the event champion after scoring a solid 81 point ride in the first round and an 82.5 point effort in the second round. The Australian cowboy took home over $2600.00 dollars for his efforts and improved to seventh place in the BRC National Standings. The first round victory went to Griffin Smeltzer, Claresholm, AB with an 82.5 score aboard Foley Bucking Bulls 3X ASAP Rocky. Winning the sec

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