LAS VEGAS, Nevada — Six bucking bulls from the nation of Canada have been selected to work at the 2014 Professional Bull Riders World Finals in Las Vegas.
Selected by Cody Lambert, livestock director of the PBR, these bulls represent the best of the best in the entire world of bull riding. As is with the bull riders, the bulls compete for a World Championship from October 22nd to 26th inside the Thomas & Mack Center.
The bulls going include: Trendon from the Wild Hoggs; Feeling Blue, Blue Crush and Rowdy All Night from Vold Rodeo; Dead Calm from Two Bit Bucking Bulls and Bad Mammer Jammer from the Flying Four crew of Prince Albert, SK making their first trip with an animal athlete to the PBR’s World Finals.
PBR Canada Promoter Jason Davidson is proud to see this number rise over the past few years. “Our Livestock Producers in Canada work diligently to provide Canadian PBR events with world class bucking bulls. I’m very proud to hand this list of bulls to Cody (Lambert) for the 2014 PBR World Finals.”
With three bulls selected each of the past two years, Nansen Vold of Vold Rodeo added: “We are very honoured once again to have three bull selected to the PBR World Finals in Las Vegas. We take great pride in raising and purchasing these top bulls so it’s good to see them being able to compete with the best in the world. Congrats to the other contractors and their bulls from Canada making the finals also. It’s great to see the PBR recognizing the top quality of bucking bulls we have up here from the North.”
Also joining these bulls are Canadian bucking bulls that have made their way south to their new homes over the past few years. They include: Pound the Alarm previously if the Wild Hoggs firm now owned by Gene Owen and Jars bucking bulls; RMEF Big Bull and Little Combat raised by Curtis Sawyer along with I’m a Gangster Too raised by Lorne High now owned by Jeff Robinson to name a few.
All six of the 2014 PBR World Finals selected bulls will be featured in the Championship Round of the PBR Canadian Finals in Saskatoon, SK at the Credit Union Center on November 14th and 15th.