The Weekend PBR Wrap-Up – 4-Mar

PBR Australia Monster Energy Tour

Following a disappointing performance at last weekend’s event in Shepparton, Cody Heffernan (Singleton, NSW) produced a clutch ride in the final matchup of the night to win the 2019 Bendigo Invitational on Saturday night at the Bendigo Showgrounds.

Read my wrap-up of the 2019 Bendigo Invitational here.

PBR Pendleton Whiskey Velocity Tour

It was an unhappy weekend for Kurt Shephard (Atherton, QLD) and Lawson Nobbs (Moura, QLD) who both bucked off at the Velocity Tour event in Lexington, Kentucky.

RidePass did not broadcast this event, so we are unlikely to see any replays.

Shepherd bucked off One Boot at 5.41 seconds while Nobbs was down 5.29 courtesy of Gambler.

Both riders slipped slightly in the PBR World and Velocity Tour Standings as a result.

Stormy Wing (Dalhart, Texas) took out the Lexington Classic as one of two riders to go a perfect 2-for-2 on the night.

At the second Velocity Tour event of the weekend in Virginia, it was Brady Sims (Holt, Missouri) who won the Hampton Classic with a 2-for-2 performance.

PBR Unleash the Beast Tour

On the premier tour, J.B. Mauney scored a very popular win at the Bad Boy Mowdown in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Riding with a broken leg and torn ligaments in his knee, the 32-year-old led the field into the Championship Round and made it 3-for-3 when he rode Big Black for 90.75 points.

It was Mauney’s 32nd event win of his career, which ties him with fellow two-time World Champion Justin McBride for the most all time.

Head to PBR.com for coverage of all the events on US soil.

PBR Canada Monster Energy Tour

Across the border in Canada, Jared Parsonage (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan), was the lone rider to stay a perfect 3-for-3 and win the two-day event in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Read about Parsonage’s win here.

Check back tomorrow for The PBR Rundown to see what is in store for bull riding fans this coming week.