• His time is now

    His time is now

    World leader Kaique Pacheco faced the biggest obstacle of his career when he tore his left MCL/PCL just three days before the 2018 PBR World Finals. Regardless, Pacheco committed himself to physical therapy and would not waver in his march to a World Championship.

  • Pacheco crowned 2018 PBR World Champion

    Pacheco crowned 2018 PBR World Champion

    SweetPro’s Bruiser makes history as second three-time consecutive YETI World Champion Bull in league history.

  • Third time's the charm

    Third time's the charm

    SweetPro’s Bruiser joins Little Yellow Jacket and Bushwacker as the only three-time World Champion Bulls in PBR history.

  • Eguchi wins World Finals event title

    Eguchi wins World Finals event title

    Marco Eguchi went 5-for-6 to win the 2018 PBR World Finals at T-Mobile Arena. Eguchi’s $372,000 payday is more than he won in the previous four seasons combined.

  • The kids are alright

    The kids are alright

    Keyshawn Whitehorse was able to do just enough on Championship Sunday at the 2018 PBR World Finals to walk away with the prestigious Rookie of the Year award.

  • Longest running PBR premier series event is on sale now

    Longest running PBR premier series event is on sale now

    The longest running event for the PBR comes back to Billings and Rimrock Auto Arena for the 23rd time in the history of sport on April 12-14, 2019.

  • Legit and Hocus Pocus split 2018 Bull of the Finals title

    Legit and Hocus Pocus split 2018 Bull of the Finals title

    Legit and Hocus Pocus stole the limelight from the normal cast of characters to split the 2018 Bull of the Finals event title at the 2018 PBR World Finals.

  • Marchi says goodbye at 2018 World Finals

    Marchi says goodbye at 2018 World Finals

    After an illustrious career including 15 World Finals appearances, 635 qualified rides and a World Championship in 2008, Guilherme Marchi bid adieu to the PBR in an emotional speech during Round 5 of the PBR World Finals.

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