Re: Iron Cowboy in Arlington, TX results
More than 46,000 fans packed AT&T Stadium, making the 2018 Iron Cowboy the largest single-day event in PBR history. The previous high attendance at the venue came at the inaugural event in 2010 with a crowd of 31,651. Street and Smith’s Sports Business Daily recognized the PBR’s ticket sales efforts this morning.
Kaique Pacheco went 0 for 1 and failed to move on to round 2. He is currently 16th in the PBR world standings with 492.50 points.
It was announced over the weekend that Kaique has qualified and will compete for Team Brazil in the second leg of the inaugural PBR Global Cup at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia, on June 9-10.
By invitation based on his 2017 final standings placement, Kaique competed in The American Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium. He went 0 for 1 and failed to move on to the championship round.
Up Next for PBR’s Premier Series: the 25th PBR: Unleash the Beast moves to North Little Rock, AR for the Professional Bull Riders BADBOY Mowdown at Verizon Arena. The ninth stop in the 2018 season gets under way Friday March 2nd at 7:45 pm CT and concludes Saturday March 3rd at 6:45 pm CT with the championship round.
CBS Sports Network will air the championship round Sunday March 4th 8:00 pm ET.
RidePass, PBR’s new streaming service will air round one Friday night at 8:30 pm ET and the championship round Saturday March 3rdat 7:30 pm ET. ON – DEMAND replay is available 8:00 am next day at Ridepass.com.
Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.