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Kaique Pacheco 2018 Nampa Recap

October 22, 2018

Kaique Pacheco went 2 for 3 this weekend placing 5th in rounds 1 and 2.  He was unable to convert in the event championship round and earned 80 world points ending the regular season the number one bull rider in the world with 5,326.66 points.  His lead over second place is now 1,710 points. 

Kaique has led the world standings for 10 weeks (week 17 through week 26), longer than any other rider this year.  He has the most event wins with 8; three 15 / 15 bucking battles (New York City, Sacramento, Billings) and five regular season events (Tacoma, Las Vegas, Springfield, Fairfax, Milwaukee).  He ranks second in round wins with 10, he has ridden the most bulls in the Premier series with 40, and across all series with 53.

Up Next for PBR’s Premier Series: Nampa was the last regular season event for the 2018 25th PBR: Unleash the Beast season.  Athletes have a couple of opportunities to earn more world points prior to world finals; Touring Pro events in Jackson, TN Oct. 26 – 27th and Goliad, TX Nov. 3rd and a Velocity Tour event in Colorado Springs, CO Oct. 26 – 27th and the Velocity Tour Finals Nov. 2 – 3rd.  Currently, I’m not sure what the commitments will be for Prodigal Sports Group riders.  I will update you before finals with your sponsored riders’ standings prior to finals.

PBR World Finals: the 2018 25th PBR: Unleash the Beast World Finals is the final event of the 2018 season.   The PBR moves to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV Wednesday November 7th through Sunday November 11th.  Event local start times are 6:40 p.m. PST Wednesday – Thursday, 7:40 PST Friday – Saturday, and 12:40 pm PST Sunday afternoon

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s new streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Wednesday November 7th at 9:30 pm ET and conclude Sunday, November 11th at 3:30 pm ET.   On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 a.m. ET the next day at www.ridepass.com. The service can be found at www.ridepass.com, and in the Apple App and Google Play stores under the listing of RidePass.

CBS Sports Network will air a pre-show each day starting Wednesday night at 9:30 pm ET followed by the night’s performance at 10:00 PM ET.  Please check your local listings for correct times.