I cant give much information right now, but will add more when I have time. Just thought I could add to this part of the forum.
Other associations in this area (Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and some Oklahoma) are:
Bull Riders Of America Extreme Bullriding Tour Circle C Rodeo Tour (not really an assoc. but they do have some good riders that follow the circuit)
Then of course there's the National Federation Of Professional Bullriders.
Soon as I have more time I'll add links to all the websites & give more info!
Sit tall in the saddle, hold your head up high, Keep your eyes fixed where the trail meets the sky, And live like you aint afraid to die, Dont be scared, just enjoy your ride. - "The Ride", Chris Ledoux
"All I have to do is really learn how to dance with a bull. You just have to remember that he's definitely leading and you have to follow. You can't get behind at all. If you keep in time with him, you're all right. I just wish it wasn't such a hard dance to learn."- Fred Boettcher
Post by cowboyup1991 on May 22, 2006 23:25:27 GMT -5
There is the Oregon Jr. Bull Riders groups.yahoo.com/group/wildeyeranch, National Jr bull Riders www.njbranow.com , Mountain States Jr bulls www.msjbr.com , Future pro bull riders Futureprobullriders.net , Wild Bunch bull riding www.sundancesteakhouse.com , Pro Team Bull riding, ProTeamBullriding.com most of these are in Colorado, or ok, tx and oregon
Everybody wants to be number one, but very few will put in the work to getting there
International Bull Riders Association (IBR, Inc) in Maryland is a well run organization, thanks to the Williams family and the nice people at J Bar W Ranch. Co-sponsoring some events with SEBRA, good bulls and good prize money, have brought some of the top riders. Blaine Whipp, Ryan Radford, Andrew Seither, Dwayne Hare are some of the riders I've seen there.