PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour lineup set for Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo
RAPID CITY, S.D. – The renowned PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour returns to the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Jan. 29-30 for a pair of one-night shows to help kick off the 58th annual Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo. Thirty five of the world’s top bull riders will be on hand each night to compete for more than $10,000.
The headliners scheduled to compete include five bull riding qualifiers from the 2015 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo matched against some of the toughest and strongest bulls that the PRCA stock contractors have to offer, many of which were selected to buck at this past December’s Wrangler NFR.
Joining the 2015 Rapid City Xtreme Bulls event champions Bart Miller of Pleasanton, Neb., and Riley Blankenship of Killdeer, N.D., are 2015 Wrangler NFR qualifiers Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont.; Brett Stall, Detroit Lakes, Minn.; Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah; Dustin Bowen, Waller, Texas; and Ty Wallace, Collbran, Colo. In total, the star-studded lineup of bull riders have 37 combined Wrangler NFR qualifications.
Each night, 35 of the PRCA’s toughest bull riders will take their shot at an eight-second ride on some of the rankest bulls in the country. Money earned at PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour stops count toward the 2016 PRCA World Standings, which determine qualifiers to the Wrangler NFR presented by Polaris RANGER.
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Performances on Friday, Jan. 29, and Saturday, Jan 30, begin at 7:30 p.m. (MT). Tickets for the Rapid City Xtreme Bulls event can be purchased by calling 1.800.GOT.MINE or by going online at http://www.gotmine.com. Ticket prices range from $13.50- $41. The Rushmore Plaza Civic Center is located at 444 Mt. Rushmore Road North in Rapid City.
The 2016 PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour features events across the U.S., and concludes with the Tour Finale in Ellensburg, Wash., over Labor Day weekend. In 2016, the combined.
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