Buck Nasty takes Magrath Classic title

Foley Bucking Bulls’ 481 Buck Nasty scores 89.5 points bucking off Dakota Buttar in the process. Photo by Covy Moore. 

MAGRATH, Alberta — Foley Bucking Bulls’ 481 Buck Nasty earned the final regular season ABBI Canada Classic title on Thursday night at the third edition of the Celebration for the Two Bit Nation.

Putting up a score of 89.5 points in an out against PBR World No. 32 Dakota Buttar, Buck Nasty ranks in the third spot in the season standings. Magrath earnings total $3,915 for first plus $2,290 from the season for a total of $6,205.

A point and a half back is 465 Happy Camper from event hosts, Two Bit Bucking Bulls, at 88 points in a buck off against British Columbia bull rider Jake Gardner. For his work, 465 earns $2,827.50 to move his season total to $8,357.50.

Third place in Magrath went to 483 Surprise Pack from Braithwaite Ranches while Big Luck Ranch/Broken Arrow Bucking Bulls’ 6453 Double Did finished fourth. That fourth place check earned owners $1,305 which was enough, by $57.50 to earn the spot in Las Vegas at the ABBI World Finals.

Both the top bull on the season and top bull in Magrath earned spots in Vegas.

Rounding out the top five was Wild Hoggs Bucking Bulls’ 390 Pop the Latch, putting up a score of 85.5 points to earn $1,087.50.


Official results from the ABBI Canada Classic at the Celebration for the Two Bit Nation in Magrath, Alberta on September 21st, 2017. 

1. Foley Bucking Bulls’ 481 Buck Nasty, 89.5 points, $3,915.00; 2. Two Bit Bucking Bulls’ 465 Happy Camper, 88, $2,827.50; 3. Braithwaite Ranches 483 Surprise Pack, 87, $1,740.00; 4. Big Luck Ranch/Broken Arrow Bucking Bulls’ 6453 Double Did, 85.75, $1,305.00; 5. Wild Hoggs Bucking Bulls’ 390 Pop the Latch, 85.5, $1,087.50.


Next up on the 2017 ABBI Canada Schedule is the Classic Finals in Ponoka, Alberta on December 31st. Stay tuned for more details. 


About ABBI Canada: American Bucking Bull, Inc. (ABBI) is the world’s largest bucking cattle DNA registry and holds competitive events for bulls. A sister company to PBR (Professional Bull Riders), ABBI focuses on preserving pedigrees, helping to develop animal’s natural athletic ability and rewarding the stock contractors who raise the bucking bulls. Between the three branches of ABBI, over $2.5 million is paid out to bucking bulls annually. ABBI Canada is a division of American Bucking Bull,



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