Cody Nance Wins PBR Event in Denver in Mason Lowe's Memory

Cody Nance  earned his first-ever win at the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Denver Chute Out Velocity Tour (VT) event during the National Western Stock Show Wednesday night after being the only rider to go a perfect 3-for-3 at the three-day bull riding.  
Nance immediately dedicated the victory to fallen bull rider Mason Lowe at the conclusion of the event. Lowe passed away on Tuesday night at Denver Health as a result of injuries sustained in competition when a bull stepped on his chest at the Denver Coliseum at the National Western Complex.   
“I’m just thankful that God gave us the ability to do what we love to do,” Nance said while tearing up. “Mason and I shared a passion for bull riding, and we got to do it together for a long time. I saw him ride lot of good bulls and I never saw him quit. I think he’d be glad that we came out and gave it our all tonight. This win means the world not only because it’s the best I’ve ever done in Denver, but doing it in Mason’s memory makes it even…

After 10 nights of cowboy hats and cheetah print everything on the streets of Vegas this happened

After 10 nights of cowboy hats, cheetah print everything on the streets of Vegas here is what happen. 

How would you like to leave Vegas with $209,058.oo for ten day of rodeo? That is how bull rider Chase Dougherty rolls out of vegas. He won the Ram Top Gun award for most money won in one event during the ten days. As for the bull riding world  title it's a name you've heard before, Sage Kimzey wins his 5th consecutive PRCA world title. Kimzey continues to dominate the world of bull riding still looking to break Don Gay's record of eight world titles.