The PBR Iron Cowboy and RFDTV's THE AMERICAN Rodeo are poised to rumble the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on March 1st & 2nd. Bad Boy Mowers is proud to sponsor these events and prove that everything is bigger in Texas with the Bad Boy Mowers Million Dollar Ride.
The weekend kicks off on Saturday, March 1st with the PBR Iron Cowboy V, the only single-elimination event on the Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series. The event pits 24 to PRB's top riders head to head 8 seconds at a time as they fight for the top spot and a shot at the Bad Boy Mowers Million Dollar Ride.
The Bad Boy Mowers Million Dollar Ride features the toughest bull in PBR history, the two-time reigning PBR World Champion Bull Bushwacker. After being crowned the champion the top rider will have their opportunity to take on Bushwacker in an attitude show down! Just how tough is Bushwacker? Of all the competitors in the event, almost half have attempted Bushwacker during their careers and only one has ever gone the distance. Bushwacker is definitely an example of Bad Boy Attitude!
On Sunday, March 2nd THE AMERICAN Rodeo sets the record becoming the largest and richest single day event in rodeo history. The weekend continues to provide the best in rodeo entertainment with the top 10 contestants in the world from all 8 rodeo events compete for their share of $2,000,000.
In addition to the top ranked competitors there are 5 qualifier events sanctioned by the Professional Bull Riders, Pro Roughstock Series, United States Team Roping Championships, Better Barrel Racers and the Ultimate Calf Roping to give extra contestants the chance to take on the world's best competitors.
THE AMERICAN looks to push the limits of rodeo events by taking the competition to the next level. With the top riders in the world and regional qualifiers looking to prove themselves this event will be bigger and badder than any other.
Bad Boy Mowers is proud to be a part of the PBR Iron Cowboy and RFDTV's THE AMERICAN. Come be part of the most exciting weekend in rodeo entertainment in history March 1st and 2nd at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.