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Kaique Pacheco Updates

Kaique Pacheco Duluth 2022 Recap

January 24, 2022

Kaique Pacheco went 0 for 2 over the weekend and is currently 83rd in the PBR world standings with 9.5 points.  Unfortunately, Kaique dislocated his free arm shoulder when thrown from his second round bull.  He has X – Rays and an MRI scheduled for tomorrow.  He will be out of competition for at least three weeks.  I’ll keep in touch with you as information is made available.

Kaique Pacheco Chicago 2022 Recap

January 18, 2022

Kaique Pacheco went 0 for 2 over the weekend and is currently 73rd in the PBR world standings with 9.5 points.

Kaique failed to convert on his 15 / 15 Bucking battle attempt Friday night.

Kaique Pacheco New York 2022 Recap

January 10, 2022

Unfortunately, Kaique Pacheco was unable to compete this past weekend.  He came down with COVID mid-week and he was unable to travel.  He is vaccinated, it was a mild case and he will be in Chicago this week.  Kaique is currently 59th in the PBR world standings with 9.5 points.

Kaique Pacheco Indianapolis 2022 Recap

January 3, 2022

Kaique Pacheco went 1 for 2 and qualified for the event championship round.  Kaique finished in a tie for 11th overall in the event earning 9.50 points.  He is currently 37th in the PBR world standings with those 9.5 points.

Kaique Pacheco World Finals 2021 Recap

November 8, 2021

PACHECO PUTS UP POINTS – Since world No. 1 Jose Vitor Leme sustained a groin injury in mid-September, 2018 PBR World Champion and world No. 2 Kaique Pacheco has steadily been chipping away at his countryman’s lead in the title race. And while Pacheco may have lost ground to Leme in Round 4, he kept his hopes of a second World Championship alive courtesy of a 10th-place finish.

Pacheco became just the second rider in 40 attempts across all levels of competition to cover Capone when he reached the requisite 8 for 87.75 points. The qualified ride netted him 16 world points and he now trails No. 1 Leme by 591 points.

Pacheco, who has gone 3-for-4 at the sport’s most prestigious event, is now tied for fourth on the event leaderboard. He trails the top spot by 86.75 points.

Pacheco is having arguably the best season of his career and is on pace to surpass his totals from his 2018 championship campaign. Pacheco has tied his career-high for event wins (5) by going 48-for-91 (52.74%). In 2018, he won four events and had 42 qualified rides. Pacheco set a career-high with 52 qualified rides five years ago, but he fell just shy of holding off Cooper Davis for the 2016 world title.

On the final day of the season, Pacheco drafted Kid Knapper as his Round 5 opponent.

Kaique Pacheco Las Vegas 2021 Recap

November 3, 2021

Kaique Pacheco rode his bulls in rounds 1 and 2 qualifying for the event championship round.  He failed to cover his final round bull and finished 5th overall in the Velocity Tour Final earning 17 world standings points.  Kaique now enters the 2021 PBR World Finals Wednesday at T-Mobile Arena 590 points behind world No. 1 Jose Vitor Leme.  If he can overtake Leme Kaique will become the seventh rider in PBR history to win multiple world titles.  Kaique is one of four riders still in contention for the 2021 crown; one rider can earn a maximum of 1,094 world points at the World Finals. Winning the event average is worth 560 world points, and round wins are worth 80 points.  Like he has been for 17 weeks of the season, Pacheco remains 2nd in the PBR world standings with 1,510.50 points.

Kaique Pacheco Lincoln 2021 Recap

October 27, 2021

Once again Kaique Pacheco rode 2 of 3 bulls and qualified for the event championship round.  Kaique finished 8th overall in the event and earned 28 standings points.  This was Kaique’s 16th event championship round and 14th top 10 finish to date.  He remains 2nd in the PBR world standings with 1,493.50 points.

All active PBR World Champions receive an invitation to the Velocity Tour Finals and Kaique has informed the PBR competition department that he will compete at the Tour final prior to PBR World Finals.  One rider can earn a maximum 105 world standings points in the two day, 3 round with championship round event format.

Below are a few statistical achievements for Kaique leading into finals week:

  • 5 – UTB event wins (Arcadia, Glendale, Louisville, Nampa, Deadwood)
  • Qualified for 16 UTB event championship rounds; rode 7 of 16 bulls (43.75%)
  • 9 – round wins (Arcadia, Louisville (2), Oklahoma City 15/15, Nampa, Billings, Little Rock, Deadwood, Manchester)
  • 3 – UTB event championship round wins (Arcadia, Nampa, Deadwood)
  • 6 – 90 pt. rides
  • 5 weeks ranked #1
  • Has attempted the most bulls on tour with 87 attempts in 41 events (45 of 87 ridden, 51.72%)
  • Ranks 1st on tour with 45 bulls ridden
  • Ranks 3rd on tour with 51.72% riding percentage

Kaique Pacheco Manchester 2021 Recap

October 19, 2021

Kaique Pacheco rebounded from his streak of 5 consecutive buckoffs to ride 2 of 3 in Manchester highlighted by winning round one, his ninth round win of the year and finishing 2nd overall in the event.  Kaique earned 91.50 points and remains 2nd in the PBR world standings with 1,465.50 points.  His 91.00 point ride in round 1 was his 27th career 90-point cover, and 16th on the PBR Elite UTB Tour.

Kaique Pacheco Greensboro 2021 Recap

October 14, 2021

Kaique Pacheco went 0 for 2 over the weekend and he remains 2nd in the world standings with 1,374 points.

Kaique failed to cover his 15 / 15 Bucking Battle round attempt Saturday night.