SILVANO ALVES WINS THIRD WORLD TITLE
BRAZILLION TAKES HOME WORLD TITLE & FINALS CHAMPIONSHIP
PBR Press Release
Oct. 27, 2014
Silvano Alves won his third PBR World Title at the PBR Finals held in Las Vegas, Nev. PBR photo.
Silvano Alves became the second rider in Professional Bull Riders history to win a third world title Sunday at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nev., after being named the 2014 PBR World Champion. His World Finals earnings of $1.3 million, added to his 2014 Built Ford Tough Series regular-season winnings, moved him past two-time PBR World Champion Justin McBride as the richest western sports athlete in history. The finals event was held Oct. 22-26.
The 26-year-old from Pilar do Sul, Brazil, went 6-for-6 at the Built Ford Tough World Finals for the first time in his career to win the event with 502 points, and earn enough points to surpass Joao Ricardo Vieira for the title.
Alves sat second in the standings entering the World Finals, trailing Vieira by 511 points. After five days of fighting his way to the top, he earned his third World Championship. He also won titles in 2011 and 2012.
“It really means a lot to me this year,” Alves said, “because at the beginning of the year, I wasn’t riding that great. Thankfully, I was able to stay healthy and come from behind. It means a lot for me to win this Championship again.”
2013 World Champion J.B. Mauney placed second in the Finals average with 453.50 points, earning $256,375 throughout the event. With the effort, Mauney also surpassed McBride in career earnings, crossing the $5 million mark.
Finishing third was 2014 Rookie of the Year J.W. Harris (361), followed by Eduardo Aparecido (349) and Matt Triplett (268.25), who rounded out the Top 5.
Going up against Asteroid in the final round of the World Finals, Alves notched an 87.25-point performance to solidify his event win. He is the fourth rider in the PBR to cover Asteroid.
Alves joins Mauney (2013), Mike Lee (2004) and Renato Nunes (2010) as the only riders in PBR history to win the world title and World Finals event average in the same year. He also joins Adriano Moraes as the only other three-time PBR World Champion.
“I respect Adriano, but for me, this isn’t important.” Alves explained regarding his motivation to pursue a fourth world title. “I want to win Championships, but that’s not the important thing. I want to ride my bulls.”
Coming in behind Alves in the world standings were Joao Ricardo Vieira, Triplett, Mauney and Fabiano Vieira.
World Champion Bull:
Bushwacker made his final out on the BFTS, en route to earning his third PBR World Champion Bull title with a two-out total of 91.50 points, beating out his brother Roy, who notched a combined 91.25 points. Bushwacker was marked 46.50 points in the Built Ford Tough Championship Round to win the title, with Mike Lee drawing the legendary bull.
“When I saw the score, I was tickled to death.” Julio explained, “I just know that Bushwacker’s second trip is always better than his first. I was pretty happy with his score.”
Rookie of the Year:
In a surprising twist, J.W. Harris, the four-time PRCA Champion who received a three-event exemption from the PBR to ride in the Built Ford Tough Series, took great advantage of the invitation and captured the 2014 Rookie of the Year title, edging out Gage Gay, who had held the lead since the beginning of the 2014 season.
“I guess it’s pretty cool,” Harris said. “It wasn’t something I came here thinking I would win, but I guess I did. I just want to say thanks to y’all for the invites.”
Stock Contractor of the Year:
Chad Berger returned to the winners circle, winning the 2014 Stock Contractor of the Year title. He previously won the award in three consecutive years – 2007-09.
Berger said, “When I got the news, I was really excited, because we had lost out the last few years. It’s quite an honor. It’s a family operation. Everybody works hard to get this done. One man can’t do it.”
For his 94-point ride on Percolator in the Built Ford Tough Championship Round, Mauney captured the Lane Frost/Brent Thurman Award for the second year in a row. The award is given to the rider who receives the highest-marked ride of the event. Tanner Byrne was awarded this year’s Glen Keeley Award, which is presented to the Canadian bull rider who earns the most points during the season.
Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series
2014 Built Ford Tough World Finals
Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas
Event Leaders (Round 1-Round 2-Round 3-Round 4-Round 5-Round 6-Total Points. Total Earnings)
1. Silvano Alves, 86.25-87.75-69-86.25-85.5-87.25-502, $1,271,125
2. J.B. Mauney, 88-0-90.25-93.25-88-94-453.5, $256,375
3. J.W. Harris, 88.75-0-88.5-0-90.5-93.25-361, $161,375
4. Eduardo Aparecido, 86-0-0-82.75-87-93.25-349, $81,375
5. Matt Triplett, 87.25-92-0-89-0-0-268.25, $119,000
6. Ryan Dirteater, 0-86.25-86.75-87.25-0-0-260.25, $46,500
7. Tanner Byrne, 87-83.75-0-87.75-0-0-258.5, $43,750
8. Kody Lostroh, 0-89.25-90-0-0-0-179.25, $55,500
9. Joao Ricardo Vieira, 0-90.25-87.5-0-0-0-177.75, $73,250
10. Ty Pozzobon, 0-88-0-0-87.5-0-175.5, $32,500
11. L.J. Jenkins, 87-0-88-0-0-0-175, $14,750
12. Mike Lee, 87.25-0-0-0-86.25-0-173.5, $17,750
13. Brady Sims, 86.25-0-0-0-87.25-0-173.5, $16,750
14. Cody Nance, 0-0-86.25-0-85.75-0-172, $7,000
15. Claudio Crisostomo, 0-87.25-0-0-84-0-171.25, $5,500
16. Lachlan Richardson, 85.5-0-0-84.25-0-0-169.75, $4,500
17. Renato Nunes, 0-0-89-0-0-0-89, $16,500
18. Stetson Lawrence, 0-88.75-0-0-0-0-88.75, $14,500
19. Stormy Wing, 88.5-0-0-0-0-0-88.5, $22,500
20. Gage Gay, 0-87.75-0-0-0-0-87.75, $6,750
21. Zane Lambert, 0-0-87.5-0 -0-0-87.5, $5,750
22. Fabiano Vieira, 0-0-0-86.5-0-0-86.5, $15,500
23. Marco Eguchi, 86.25-0-0-0-0-0-86.25, $5,500
Fernando Henrique, 0-86.25-0-0-0-0-86.25, $4,500
25. Guilherme Marchi, 86-0-0-0-0-0-86, $5,500
26. Jordan Hupp, 84-0-0-0-0-0-84, $4,500
27. Chase Outlaw, 0-0-83.5-0-0-0-83.5, $5,500
David Kennedy, 0-83.5-0-0-0-0-83.5, $4,500
Nathan Schaper, 83.5-0-0-0-0-0-83.5, $4,500
30. Kasey Hayes, 0-79.25-0-0-0-0-79.25, $5,500
31. Josh Faircloth, 0-0 -0-77.5 0-0-77.5, $4,500
Scott Schiffner, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Valdiron de Oliveira, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $5,500
Emilio Resende, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $5,500
Billy Robinson, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Gustavo Pedrero, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Robson Palermo, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Douglas Duncan, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Sean Willingham, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Tyler Harr, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Ben Jones, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Luis Blanco, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Harve Stewart, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Jason Malone, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0, $4,500
Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series
Final Standings (Place, Rider, Events, Wins, Top 5′s, Points, Total Winnings)
1. Silvano Alves, 28, 0, 7, 12,611.060, $1,422,602.65
2. Joao Ricardo Vieira, 28, 2, 10, 10,673.000, $328,120.96
3. Matt Triplett, 28, 0, 4, 10,236.830, $258,025.80
4. J. B. Mauney, 22, 2, 5, 9,527.000, $497,597.99
5. Fabiano Vieira, 26, 3, 8, 9,295.120, $264,592.67
6. Eduardo Aparecido Silva, 27, 1, 5, 9,172.680, $209,057.03
7. Mike Lee, 26, 2, 7, 8,635.310, $242,432.06
8. Guilherme Marchi, 28, 1, 6, 8,587.060, $271,530.73
9. J.W. Harris, 14, 0, 2, 6,859.250, $224,455.02
10. Cody Nance, 28, 3, 5, 6,848.620, $186,943.82
11. Gage Gay, 24, 1, 4, 6,764.120, $183,000.10
12. L.J. Jenkins, 27, 1, 2, 6,686.230, $148,287.18
13. Ryan Dirteater, 25, 0, 5, 6,371.370, $124,173.82
14. Tanner Byrne, 15, 0, 4, 6,325.540, $148,664.79
15. Marco Eguchi, 27, 2, 3, 5,913.060, $163,829.78
16. Chase Outlaw, 23, 1, 2, 5,876.790, $183,038.43
17. Valdiron de Oliveira, 28, 2, 5, 5,733.060, $142,892.53
18. Stormy Wing, 25, 1, 2, 5,293.870, $170,960.34
19. Renato Nunes, 26, 2, 4, 5,097.430, $127,841.67
20. Kasey Hayes, 22, 0, 2, 5,082.000, $88,129.21
21. Emilio Rezende, 26, 1, 3, 5,073.250, $105,174.92
22. Markus Mariluch, 21, 0, 5, 5,036.370, $74,265.42
23. Kody Lostroh, 16, 0, 2, 4,519.750, $100,296.90
24. Brady Sims, 20, 0, 3, 4,464.620, $73,726.30
25. Ty Pozzobon, 22, 0, 2, 4,258.870, $127,146.81
26. Sean Willingham, 21, 1, 1, 4,187.000, $86,055.40
27. Cláudio Crisóstomo, 22, 0, 3, 3,973.500, $85,744.55
28. Zane Lambert, 19, 0, 2, 3,914.410, $114,261.86
29. Stetson Lawrence, 12, 0, 1, 3,869.290, $102,127.68
30. Lachlan Richardson, 24, 0, 0, 3,397.870, $69,424.93
31. Nathan Schapper, 15, 1, 1, 3,323.750, $77,426.30
32. Douglas Duncan, 26, 0, 4, 3,217.870, $53,954.00
33. Josh Faircloth, 9, 0, 1, 3,213.680, $52,432.68
34. Jordan Hupp, 20, 0, 1, 3,187.370, $64,862.25
35. Robson Palermo, 14, 0, 1, 2,909.370, $40,251.67
36. Billy Robinson, 24, 0, 1, 2,864.250, $48,617.58
37. Jason Malone, 11, 0, 1, 2,851.870, $68,210.39
38. Harve Stewart, 19, 0, 0, 2,422.660, $42,822.01
39. Guytin Tsosie, 10, 0, 1, 2,409.620, $39,306.34
40. Luis Blanco, 4, 0, 0, 2,326.060, $48,110.36
41. Ben Jones, 11, 0, 0, 2,262.080, $56,310.78
42. Tyler Harr, 5, 0, 0, 2,192.680, $55,061.98
43. Jory Markiss, 13, 0, 0, 2,021.620, $44,887.01
44. Budd Williamson, 2, 0, 0, 1,874.660, $46,707.00
45. Scottie Knapp, 3, 0, 0, 1,815.950, $53,842.98
By Glory Ann Kurtz
Oct. 25, 2014
Clark McEntire, 3-time PRCA World Champion Steer Roper, dies at age 86; Voters to determine fate of a new Fort Worth multi-purpose arena; Fort Worth’s Historic Stockyards District could add 245 more acres and D. R. Horton purchases close to 300,000-acre Great Western Ranch in New Mexico for around the asking price of $59 million.
CLARK MCENTIRE, 3-TIME WORLD CHAMPION STEER ROPER DIES AT AGE 86
Clark McEntire, three-time world champion steer roper and country-music singer Reba McEntire’s father, died late Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 in Coalgate, Okla., at age 86, following a lengthy illness.
The Stringtown, Okla., rancher was born Nov. 30, 1927 at Graham in Carter County to John and Alice McEntire. He was the PRCA Steer Roping World Champion in 1957, 1958 and 1961 and a member of the Rodeo Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City and the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs, Col. He was also in the Hall of Fame at several prestigious rodeos including Cheyenne, Pendleton and Claremore.
Clark and his wife, Jackie, were married 64 years and had four children: daughters Alice Foran, Reba McEntire and Susie McEntire Eaton and a son, Pake McEntire.
Clark suffered a stroke three years ago, the same week Reba was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. According to Reba, he was “born and bred cowboy through and through and he had been sick for five years. His daughter, Susie, was also a musician and Pake tried his hand at singing country music also.
According to one news report, Reba remarked about her father’s long illness, saying, “He always told us kids never to run your horse to the barn. He was just taking his time to go home.”
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Kiowa Public School Auditorium.
IT’S TIME FOR A NEW FORT WORTH MULTIPURPOSE ARENA
Fort Worth’s biggest backers of a new arena at the Will Rogers Memorial Center are campaigning for a new $450 million arena that would have 14,000 seats. According to a Fort Worth Business Press article, potential configurations would range from 9,000 seats for rodeos to 12,000 for basketball and ice shows and up to 14,000 for concerts. It would unlikely become the home of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo’s annual month-long run, allowing the Stock Show to use the historic 5,700-seat Will Rogers Coliseum for other programming. The new center would complement the current Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum, which will remain standing.
Over half of cost of the new multi-purpose arena will be provided by a group of private-sector participants (foundations, individuals and organizations) led by Fort Worth businessman Ed Bass. Private donators will also cover any cost overruns. The arena will be owned by the City of Fort Worth and managed by a nonprofit organization that will be responsible for its operational costs.
No property taxes will be used to build or maintain the proposed new arena; instead, voters are being asked to approve the three propositions. Public funding will also come from other sources generated by tourism within three miles around the new arena. The public portion of the cost would come primarily from three sources: Voter-approved taxes, at 15 percent; state share of hotel sales and mixed beverage taxes in a three mile radius around will Rogers, 18 percent and the city share of the same taxes from the three mile radius – 14 percent.
Voters will get a chance to vote on only 15 percent of the funding on Nov. 4, voting on three ballot propositions: #1 – a user fee (tax) on event tickets not to exceed 10 percent of the ticket price; #2 – a user fee (tax on livestock stalls and pens at $1 to $2 per day, not to exceed $20 per event and #3 – a user fee (tax on parking not to exceed $5 per vehicle, which will come out of the existing parking fee. However, even if one or all of those ballot propositions fail, it is unlikely it will stop the steamroller of the need for a larger arena. A previous vote, which included increased taxes to build the arena, did not succeed.
Unlike other North Texas arenas and stadiums, there is no private developer or franchise owner involved in the project. Therefore, all revenue derived from the city’s multipurpose arena will be redirected back into its operations and maintenance.
“If we were a freestanding community, we would already have a facility like this from a demand standpoint,” said Mike Groomer, president of Event Facilities Fort Worth Inc., a nonprofit that has paid for improvements at Will Rogers for years and has guaranteed to pay half the arena’s cost and cap the city’s expense at $225 million.
Conceptually, the arena could have up to two clubs and include a new Backstage Club and up to 30 luxury suites. The second club could double as a media area. The facility would be somewhat smaller than the 20,000-seat American Airlines Center in Dallas, attracting concerts not aiming for that size attendance or ones making second swings through Texas.
According to Kirk Slaughter, the city’s public events director, said in an interview with the Fort Worth Business Press, that the new arena would allow Will Rogers to book multiple events on the same dates.
“The city’s expansions at Will Rogers in recent years, for example, allowed the bookings of the Appaloosa Horse Club National Championship and American Paint Horse Association Youth World Championship, which ran this summer in Fort Worth at the same time for the second year in a row,” said Slaughter. “Maybe we can bring another show in at the same time.”
Most of the information for this article came from the Fort Worth Business Press
FORT WORTH’S HISTORIC STOCKYARDS DISTRICT COULD ADD 245 ACRES
According to a Oct. 25 article in the Fort Worth Star Telegram, a proposed tax increment financing (TIF) district for the city’s north side and the Historic Stockyards District will generate several million dollars more for public improvements over the next two decades. The district, which would add an additional 245 acres to the current 925 acres, would generate about $40 million, up from $25 million, in taxes.
The proposed boundaries stretch generally from Northside Drive on the South to just past Northeast 28th Street on the North to North Houston Street on the West and to Interstate 35W on the east. The major corridors include Northeast 28th Street, Brennan Avenue and North Main Street.
D. R. HORTON BUYS NEW MEXICO RANCH FOR AROUND $59 MILLION
Even though Donald R. Horton, the founder and chairman of D. R. Horton Homes, the nation’s largest homebuilder, got out of the cutting horse business on Sept. 25, 2013, by selling all of his well-bred mares and their offspring for close to $1.2 million on 40 head sold, that money was only a down payment on his latest purchase: the 292,779-acre Great Western Ranch in New Mexico, where the asking price was over $59 million.
In a Fort Worth Star Telegram article, Horton said the purchase was a long-term investment with no “long-term investment, with no immediate plans for development. It will remain an active ranch operation and be made available for use by our key employees.
D. R. Horton board member Michael Hewitt said the company “will use it much like it does the two large ranches it owns in Texas, as a place to entertain brokers, bankers and other D. R. Horton vendors. “It’s a perk for the people we work with,” he said. He also said the ranch is a “good investment for the long term.”
According to public records, Horton also personally purchased large parcels of ranch land in Texas and New Mexico.
Horton became interested in cutting when he and his wife drove by the Will Rogers Coliseum during one of the NCHA’s major events and stopped in to see what was going on and he fell in love with cutting horses. He said he came up the hard way, using lots of common sense, experience, opportunity and financial savvy. He used that same approach when he entered the cutting horse industry.
It wasn’t long before he purchased The Smart Look, a 13-year-old daughter of the legendary cutting stallion Smart Little Lena out of Dox Royal Smoke by the legendary broodmare sire Freckles Playboy. She has since produced offspring with earnings topping $1.5 million, including other well-known cutting sires, such as WR This Cats Smart, sired by High Brow Cat. At the time Horton bought her from non-pro competitor George Stout, she was in foal to Dual Rey.
The result of that breeding was the stallion Dual Smart Rey, with earnings topping $330,436 and a resume including the championship of the NCHA Open Super Stakes, ridden by Phil Rapp. Dual Smart Rey was retired from competition due to an injury near the end of his 5-year-old season; however, as a sire, has offspring that have earned over $800,000. He was the only horse Horton did not include in his sale and he is still standing at stud at the Brazos Valley Stallion Station LP in Stephenville, Texas.
PBR FINALS START OCT. 22 IN LAS VEGAS
TO BE BROADCAST LIVE AT 9 P.M. ON CBS SPORTS NETWORK
Press release from PBR
Oct. 21, 2014
LAS VEGAS – For the 21st consecutive year, the world’s top bull riders and the fiercest bucking bulls in the business return to Las Vegas for the richest bull riding event on the planet, the 2014 Built Ford Tough World Finals on Oct. 22-26 at UNLV’s Thomas & Mack Center.
As the 21st anniversary of “America’s fastest growing sport” (Forbes) comes to its conclusion, qualifying for this season’s finale is considered a special accomplishment, one shared by 35 talented bull riders, which include:
Joao Ricardo Vieira (Itatinga, Brazil)
Fabiano Vieira (Perola, Brazil)
Silvano Alves (Pilar do Sul, Brazil)
Guilherme Marchi (Leme, Brazil)
Mike Lee (Decatur, Texas)
Matt Triplett (Columbia Falls, Montana)
Cody Nance (Paris, Tennessee)
Gage Gay (Staley, North Carolina)
Eduardo Aparecido (Gouvelandia, Brazil)
L.J. Jenkins (Porum, Oklahoma)
Chase Outlaw (Hamburg, Arkansas)
Valdiron de Oliveira (Aparecido do Goiania, Brazil)
Marco Eguchi (Poa Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Emilio Resende (Santa Helena do Goias, Brazil)
Kasey Hayes (Liberal, Kansas)
J.B. Mauney (Mooresville, North Carolina)
Stormy Wing (Dalhart, Texas)
Renato Nunes (Buritama, Brazil)
Tanner Byrne (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan)
Ryan Dirteater (Hulbert, Oklahoma)
Sean Willingham (Summerville, Georgia)
Brady Sims (Holt, Missouri)
Claudio Crisostomo (Lopes da Silva, Brazil)
Zane Lambert (Westbourne, Manitoba)
Stetson Lawrence (Trenton, North Dakota)
Ty Pozzobon (Merritt, British Columbia)
Nathan Schaper (Grassy Butte, North Dakota)
Douglas Duncan (Alvin, Texas)
Lachlan Richardson (Gesford, Australia)
J.W. Harris (May, Texas)
Josh Faircloth (Randleman, North Carolina)
Jordan Hupp (Stephenville, Texas)
Kody Lostroh (Longmont, Colorado)
Robson Palermo (Rio Branco, Brazil)
Billy Robinson (Galax, Virginia)
Markus Mariluch (Elko, Nev)
Qualified in 15th position but suffered a season-ending injury at Springfield, MO
Joining these 35 men in Rounds 1 and 2 will be the PBR National Champions from Canada, Brazil, Australia and Mexico. Scott Schiffner (Strathmore, Alberta), Fernando Henrique Novais (Pereira Barreto, Brazil), Dave Kennedy (Kyogle, Australia) and Gustavo Pedrero (Jalisco, Mexico) received invitations to compete in this year’s BFTS finale. To advance through the rounds, these men must rank in the Top 15 in the event average after each round.
The World Finals offers a total purse of $2.2 million, including a $1 million bonus to the World Champion, who also receives the coveted World Champion belt buckle.
The World Champion will be the rider who has accumulated the most Built Ford Tough Series points during the 2014 regular season and the World Finals. There are a potential 5,500 points available at the World Finals, so any of the top-ranked riders heading into Las Vegas has the opportunity to win the title.
The current points leader is the 2013 Rookie of the Year, Joao Ricardo Vieira. This year Vieira won the BFTS event in St. Louis, Missouri, and the Dr. Pepper Iron Cowboy V. He leads the BFTS with four 90-point rides and 10 Top-5 finishes. He enters the World Finals on a hot streak, having ridden seven of his last nine bulls in the last three events while increasing his riding percentage to 45.35 percent.
Vieira took over as No. 1 in the world standings five weeks ago and sits in the top spot with 9,520.25 points, 511.63 ahead of No. 2 Fabiano Vieira.
Fabiano Vieira won his third event of the season when he came away with the win in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on Oct. 10-11. Vieira went 3-for-3 and moved 785 points closer to No. 1. While looking for his first career world title, Vieira has not let an unstable right shoulder slow his ascent up the world standings. He currently leads the BFTS with a 57.75 percent riding percentage and is 511.63 points from the lead.
Sitting in third place is Silvano Alves, who is seeking his third PBR world title. Alves made history in 2012 when he became the first World Champion to win back-to-back titles. To add a third title, he’ll have to overtake his fellow countrymen who sit at 1 and 2.
The 2008 World Champion, Guilherme Marchi is currently fourth, a little more than 1,000 points from the No. 1 position. After leading the world standings for 13 weeks in 2014, Marchi is currently suffering a 6-for-23 second-half slump, but is still considered a serious contender. He has used 13 Top-10 finishes as well as six Top-5 placements to remain as one of the top men in the standings all season long.
Mike Lee and Matt Triplett sit in fifth and sixth place, respectively. Lee is 1,433.44 points behind the leader while Triplett is 2,026.67 off the No. 1 spot. Lee started the second half with great momentum, winning both outdoor events; Thackerville, Oklahoma and Laughlin, Nevada. He then fell off his game for four events, failing to register a qualified ride. His ride in Huntington Beach, California last weekend at the Bulls on the Beach event was his first success since Laughlin.
Triplett has stayed consistent with three Top-10 finishes, including his first event win as he claimed the Monster Energy Bulls on the Beach 15/15 Bucking Battle title.
All of the World Finals action begins at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and at 1 p.m. Sunday. Tickets can be purchased at UNLVtickets.com and by telephone at 702-739-3267.
CBS Sports Network will broadcast every round live at 9 p.m. ET on Oct. 22-25 and at 4 p.m. ET on Oct. 26. For more information on the World Finals, please visit worldfinals.pbr.com.