• Not Done Yet

    Not Done Yet

    Longtime PBR veteran Sean Willingham still finds joy in bull riding despite not riding on the illustrious Built Ford Tough Series. As he enter's this weekend's Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour event in Biloxi, Mississippi, he's looking to find his way back to the BFTS and go out on top.

  • Canadian surge

    Canadian surge

    Tanner Byrne may have won the Glen Keeley Award for a third consecutive season, but the 24-year-old knows he has a tough task ahead of him if he hopes to win top Canadian honors again in 2017.

  • First half TV Schedule Revealed

    First half TV Schedule Revealed

    2017 PBR Built Ford Tough Series action set to return to CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network in January.

  • Feeling The Itch

    Feeling The Itch

    Jess Lockwood was in Las Vegas to cheer on his friend Ryder Wright as he made history at the National Finals Rodeo. While he enjoyed being a fan for a bit, he admits he's itching to get back on a bull and get back to work.

  • Loving Las Vegas

    Loving Las Vegas

    PBR veteran and 2011 PRCA bull riding champion Shane Proctor is a perfect 5-for-5 at the 2016 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Proctor is leading the event average and is in contention for the 2016 PRCA bull riding title.

  • Frequent Flyer

    Frequent Flyer

    Matt Triplett returned from a successful run in Australia feeling rested and renewed for what could be a big season.

  • Pacheco and Livingston split Velocity Tour win in Hidalgo

    Pacheco and Livingston split Velocity Tour win in Hidalgo

    18-year-old Koal Livingston joined young superstar Kaique Pacheco as the winners of the Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour event in Hidalgo, Texas, Sunday afternoon.

  • Mentor and fan favorite

    Mentor and fan favorite

    Jorge Valdiviezo had to pull out of the championship round of the Hidalgo, Texas, Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour event because of an on-going ankle injury, but he still left Hidalgo as a fan favorite.

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