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Tuff Hedeman Set to Crown New World Champion at Cheyenne Frontier Days
Top 5 Riders Ready for World Championship at Cheyenne Frontier Days
Lunch with the Legend
What: Media Opportunity/
Tuff Hedeman presents the top 5 ranked bull riders of CBR
1. Sage Steele Kimzey, Strong City, OK
2. Trey Benton, Rock Island, TX
3. Aaron Pass, Dallas,TX
4. Eli Vastbinder, Mooresville, NC
5. Cody Teel, Kountze, TX
Q & A – private interviews available upon request
Where: CFD Headquarters Tent
CFD - Frontier Park/Parking Lot V-8
When: Monday July 21 - 11:00 am - Box Lunch provided
Who: Media and photographers – all media
Media credentials for the two night performance of CBR available on site at the press conference.
Four-time world champion bull rider Tuff Hedeman will be presenting the CBR’s top 5 bull riders who will be riding for a $100,000 bonus check beginning on the night of July 21 for two nights at Cheyenne Frontier Nights. The CBR World Finals begins each night at 8 p.m. Hedeman and the bull riders will be available for interviews on-site (July 21 only) beginning with the press conference at 11:00 am until the CFD rodeo performance begins at 12:30 p.m.
Stock Contractor of the Year and owner of Bull of the Year will also be available. These awards are not public until Sunday, July 20th at 5 pm. Others available will be: Bullfighters Matt Baldwin, Brandon Loden, Cory Check and barrel man Cody Sosebee, 8X World Champion bull rider Don Gay, and CBR Production Manager Chris Rankin.
About Championship Bull Riding –
Located in the historic Stockyards of Fort Worth, Texas, Championship Bull Riding (CBR) is an organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the very best elements of the sport. Under the direction of bull riding icon Tuff Hedeman, CBR has grown into an organization that works to put the best riders on the best bulls, delivering world-class qualified rides. Bull riders start in the Horizon Series earning points to move onto the elite Road to Cheyenne Tour. The Road to Cheyenne Tour culminates in July in Wyoming at the legendary Cheyenne Frontier Days where the world champion earns a $100,000 bonus. The CBR Bull Team Challenge is also part of the tour events where stock contractors bring their best bulls and compete for annual cash prizes that total over $1 million. Providing opportunities for contestants, stock contractors, fans and sponsors is why CBR is the REAL COWBOY SPORTtm. CBR is featured at at over 70 venues across the United States with national television programming on the Fox Sports Networks for 26 consecutive weeks in prime time. For more information visit www.cbrbull.com or call 817-626-BULL (2855).
Leigh Ann Schroeder