PBR - Professional Rougstock Tickets
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An event that has fast become a favorite among many in the country, the Professional Roughstock Series has been around since 2001. Today, it functions as a proper league which is constantly growing in size and reach. Almost every year, the Roughstock series produces events that are attended by rodeo fans from all over the country.
The Roughstock series is a one of its kind as it includes three main events; Saddle Bronc, Bareback Riding and Bull Riding. The series comprises a regular season, which shortlists top contenders, who then go on to the World Finals. 2012 marked the debut of the World Finals, and the event took a short time to rank among the best in professional bull riding sports. The World Finals allow for the best in each competition to fight for the title of World Champion.
2012 saw Steven Peebles crowned as Bareback champ, Jesse Wright crowned as Saddle Bronc champ and Seth Glause crowned as Bull Rider champ. In 2013, Justin McDaniel became Bareback Riding champ, Cort Scheer became Saddle Bronc champ and McKennon Wimberly became Bull Riding champ.
The Saddle Bronc requires the rider to keep one of his hands in the air, one in the bronc region and both of his feet must be planted firmly in the stirrups for a total of eight seconds while he is atop a horse. The hand that is allowed in the bronc region can only grab onto the rein that is attached to the saddle. The free hand must not touch the animal or the apparatus at any point during the eight seconds. The real treat in watching this event is witnessing how the riders find their rhythm with the animal and manage to create a balance that allows them to stay on the animal.
Bull Riding is the standard event in which the rider must remain on the bull for the entire length of eight seconds. Similar to the Saddle Bronc event, the rider is allowed to have one free hand and one hand grips onto the rope tied around the bull. The free hand needs to remain free and cannot approach the animal or the rope at any time. This sport is hugely popular amongst cowboys and the Roughstock Series manages to make the event extremely lively.
The final event is the Bareback Riding event. Again, this is also eight seconds long and similar to the previous events, one hand remains free at all times while the rider uses his feet and one hand to remain seated on the animal.
The CEO of the Professional Roughstock Series, Todd Marsh, is determined to make the event the best in the country as he ensures that the riders are top class and the animals are top breeds. With the PRS tour all ready to hit the road this year, fans can get PBR - Professional Roughstock tickets now.