Bull Riding Super Stars Return to Hobbs for first stop of the Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour
Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Returns to Lea County Events Center for a one night only performance
By: Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding
Tuff Hedeman announced today NFR qualifiers and the reigning THBRT Hobbs Champion will join the elite list of talented bull riders headed to Hobbs for stop one on the 2020 Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour.
Hedeman, this year's CBS television's bull riding analyst for the National Finals Rodeo, claims if you did not make it to Las Vegas, buy your tickets now to see 28 riders compete for $30,000 in Hedeman's signature style three-round tournament.
Last year's event winner J.T. Moore of Alvin, Texas will have to get past 27 contenders including NFR contestants Tyler Bingham and Trey Kimzey. Bingham finished fourth in the PRCA world standings earning over half a million dollars riding bulls last year.
"With the level of talent this year I expect to see the building on fire, both the riders and the bulls in Hobbs this year make this a major league bull riding – it's simple bulls are to bull riding what horses are to horse racing," said Hedeman this morning on the air with Teresa at NoalMark radio stations in Hobbs.
The field of 28 elite bull riders in a three-round tournament-style competition ending in a sudden-death Shoot Out round worth $30,000.
"There are two things fans want to see, big rides and high scores, and these riders can provide both," said Hedeman about the additions to the bull riding roster.
"The cowboys have known for many years that it pays to come to Hobbs, it takes a lot of money to travel to events and rodeos, the money they can win here can launch their season and give them a lot more opportunities to compete," added Hedeman.
Tidkets available at https://ci.lubbock.tx.us/
Leigh Ann Schroeder