The PBR Rundown – 25-Sep

Along with the return of PBR Australia’s Monster Energy Tour, we also have Touring Pro Division action scheduled in both the USA and Canada.

Australia riders are in the daysheets for both of the events in North America so we will have our eyes on the results when they filter through.

Here is this weekends Rundown and make sure you check out all of the event details below:

DateTime (AEST)Event and LocationRtR CoveragePBR Coverage
Sat 26-Sep1:00 pm2020 PBR Australia Monster Energy Tour
Caboolture, Queensland – Event 1.
Live Updates – RtR Score CentreRidePass
6:00 pm2020 PBR Australia Monster Energy Tour
Caboolture, Queensland – Event 2.
Live Updates – RtR Score CentreRidePass
Sun 27-Sep11:00 am2020 PBR Canada Touring Pro Division
Ponoka, Alberta.
No CoverageNo Coverage
11:30 am2020 PBR Touring Pro Division
Gooding, Idaho.
No CoverageNo Coverage

2020 PBR Australia Monster Energy Tour

Riders will need to bring their A-game to Caboolture with the new dual event format set to test their endurance. There is a very real possibility of facing 4 bulls across the two events.

In each event, the 30 rider field will each face a bull in the long round with the Top-8 returning for a Championship Round. There will be a maximum of 160 points towards the 2020 PBR Australian National Standings on offer for a clean sweep of all rounds and events.

Gresford’s Lachlan Richardson and Clermont’s Aaron Kleier will resume their battle at the top of the standings, and they are separated by under 30 points.

You can find a recap of the 2020 PBR Australia Season here.

The field is chock a block full of up and coming talent, but there are also a few very experienced riders in town such as Upper Horton’s Troy Wilkinson and Cooyar’s Jack McArthur chasing their share of the big points on offer. We welcome back Atherton’s Kurt Shephard, who has been absent from competition for almost a year due to injury.

Check back early on Saturday for The Morning Line, or you will be able to find it on the PBR Australia website from mid-morning.

Check out the full Daysheets for Caboolture here.

2020 PBR Canada Touring Pro Division

Warwick’s Callum Miller looks set to ride in Alberta this weekend in what will be his first PBR start since March. He sits 22nd in the Canadian National Standings after starting his season 2-for-5. Irish Rebel from Wilson Rodeo will be his opponent in the long round, and he will lead the field away.

Here is the Daysheet for Ponoka.

2020 PBR Touring Pro Division

Mackay’s Ky Hamilton is still setting the rodeo world alight, but he returns to PBR action this weekend for his first event since July’s Teams Challenge Final. His matchup in Section 1 of the long round is Who Dunn It from Northcott Macza Pro Rodeo.

You can find the Daysheet for Gooding here.

Stay tuned to Ride The Rage for coverage and a full wrap up of the weekend’s action early next week!