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Kaique Pacheco Updates

Kaique Pacheco 2019 South Dakota Recap

April 9, 2019

Kaique Pacheco went 0 for 3 over the weekend and remains 91st in the world standings with 73 points.

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: The PBR UTB moves to Billings, MT for the Billings Invitational Presented by Cooper Tires at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.  The 13th stop in the 2019 season gets underway Friday April 12th at 7:45 pm MDT, continues Saturday April 13th at 5:45 pm CDT and concludes Sunday April 14th at 1:45 pm MDT.

CBS Sports Network will air Championship round Sunday April 14th at 2:00 pm MDT.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Friday night at 7:30 pm MDT, continues Saturday night at 5:30 pm CDT and concludes with the event championship round Sunday afternoon at 1:45 pm MDT.  On-demand replays will be available at 7:00 am CDT 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.

Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

MORE INFORMATION For more information on the world’s premier bull riding organization, please visit the official website at www.PBR.com.

Kaique Pacheco 2019 Tacoma Recap

April 1, 2019

Kaique Pacheco went 0 for 2 over the weekend and is currently 91st in the world standings with 73 points.  Kaique’s return from injury has been a struggle; he’s ridden 4 of 16 bulls and is currently riding through a minor lower back injury.  He insists he is not injured, and just a little sore.  Kaique is looking forward to Sioux Falls and getting back on track.

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: The PBR UTB moves to Sioux Falls, SD for the First PREMIER Bank PREMIER Bankcard Invitational at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.  The 12th stop in the 2019 season gets underway Friday April 5th at 7:45 pm CDT, continues Saturday April 6th at 6:45 pm CDT and concludes Sunday April 7th at 1:45 pm CDT.  Sioux Falls will also play host to the season’s fourth 15 / 15 Bucking Battle Saturday night.  CBS network television will broadcast the special round Sunday April 7th at 2:00 pm CDT.

CBS Sports Network will air round two Saturday night beginning at 7:00 pm CDT and the Championship round Sunday April 7th at 7:00 pm CDT.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Friday night at 7:30 pm CDT, continues Saturday night at 6:45 pm CDT and concludes with the event championship round Sunday afternoon at 1:45 pm CDT.  On-demand replays will be available at 7:00 am CDT 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.

Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

MORE INFORMATION For more information on the world’s premier bull riding organization, please visit the official website at www.PBR.com.

Kaique Pacheco 2019 Kansas City Recap

March 25, 2019

Kaique Pacheco went 0 for 2 over the weekend and is currently 87th in the world standings with 73 points.

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: The PBR UTB is back in action this week in Tacoma, WA with the Tacoma Invitational presented by Cooper Tires at the Tacoma Dome.  The 11th stop in the 2019 season gets underway Saturday March 30th 6:45 PDT (9:45 EDT) and concludes Sunday March 31st at 1:45 pm CDT (4:45 EDT).

CBS Sports Network will air round two and the Championship round Sunday March 31st at 8:00 pm EDT.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Saturday night at 9:30 pm EDT and conclude with the event championship Sunday at 4:45 pm EDT.  On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 am EDT the next day atwww.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.

Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

MORE INFORMATION For more information on the world’s premier bull riding organization, please visit the official website at www.PBR.com.

Kaique Pacheco 2019 Duluth Recap

March 11, 2019

Kaique Pacheco went 0 for 2 over the weekend and is currently 82nd in the world standings with 73 points.

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: The PBR UTB takes the upcoming weekend off before moving to Kansas City, MO and the Caterpillar Classic at the Sprint Center.  The 10th stop in the 2019 season gets underway Saturday March 23rd 6:45 CDT and concludes Sunday March 24th at 2:45 pm CDT.   CBS Sports Network will air round two and the Championship round Sunday March 24th at 8:00 pm EDT.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Saturday night at 7:30 pm EDT and conclude with the event championship Sunday at 3:45 pm EDT.  On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 am EDT the next day atwww.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.

Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

MORE INFORMATION For more information on the world’s premier bull riding organization, please visit the official website at www.PBR.com.

Kaique Pacheco 2019 Little Rock Recap

March 4, 2019

Kaique Pacheco went 2 for 3 and made the event championship round.  Kaique earned 20 world points and he is currently 80th in the world standings with 73 points.

Based on his 2018 PBR World Championship Kaique was invited to compete at this year’s RFD-TV’s The American at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Sunday.  As an invite, he was not eligible for the $1 million bonus.  He rode is bull in the long round and qualified for the event short go championship round but he failed in that attempt.

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: The PBR UTB tour heads to Duluth, GA for U.S. Border Patrol Invitational at Infinite Energy Arena.  The ninth stop in the 2019 season gets underway Saturday March 9th 8:45 pm EST and concludes Sunday March 10nd at 1:45 pm EDT.   CBS Sports Network will air round two and the Championship round Sunday March 10th at 9:00 pm EDT.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Saturday night at 10:30 pm EST and conclude with the event championship Sunday at 3:45 pm EDT.  On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 am EST the next day atwww.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.

Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

MORE INFORMATION For more information on the world’s premier bull riding organization, please visit the official website at www.PBR.com.

Kaique Pacheco 2019 Los Angeles Recap

February 25, 2019

Re: Los Angeles – Iron Cowboy presented by Ariat results

This past weekend’s Iron Cowboy event was a progressive-elimination format competition.  Each rider attempted a bull in round one and if successful he advanced to round 2.  If he failed in his attempt he was done for the weekend.  The ‘Major’ event featured a minimum of two rounds and a maximum of five, with at least 25 riders advancing to Round 2. If fewer than 25 riders advance to Round 2, the remaining spots in the draw were filled by the world standings heading into the event.

Kaique Pacheco bucked off his bull Friday night and was done for the weekend.  He is currently 87th in the world standings with 53 points.

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: The PBR UTB tour heads to Little Rock, AR for the Bad Boy Mowdown at Verizon Arena.  The eighth stop in the 2019 season gets underway Friday March 1st at 7:45 pm CST and concludes Saturday March 2nd at 6:45 pm CST.   CBS Sports Network will air round two and the Championship round Sunday March 3rd at 8:00 pm EST.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Friday night at 8:30 pm EST and conclude with the event championship Saturday at 7:45 pm EST.  On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 am EST the next day atwww.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.

Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

MORE INFORMATION For more information on the world’s premier bull riding organization, please visit the official website at www.PBR.com.

Kaique Pacheco 2019 St. Louis Recap

February 18, 2019

Kaique Pacheco returned to the PBR UTB tour this past weekend and went 1 for 3, the lone highlight a third place finish in round one with a bull score high enough to qualify for the event championship round.  Kaique earned 53 world standings points for his eighth place finish in the event and after sitting out the first five events, he begins his title defense in 83rd place in the PBR world standings.  Something to think about leading up to this week’s Iron Cowboy PBR Major event, the reigning PBR World Champion owns the PBR record with four PBR Major victories. He has won three consecutive Last Cowboy Standing titles and one Music City Knockout championship.

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: The PBR UTB tour heads west to Los Angeles, CA for the 2019 Iron Cowboy at Staples Center.  The second of four PBR Major events in the season comes with a unique format compared to standard Unleash the Beast events.  Iron Cowboy is a minimum of two rounds and a maximum of five.  At least 25 riders will advance to Round 2, with any draw spots being filled by the current world standings heading into Iron Cowboy if there are less than 25 rides in Round 1.  If all riders buck off in Rounds 2, 3 or 4, then all riders that attempted a bull advance to the next round.

If there is more than one ride in the final round (Round 5), then the Iron Cowboy will be the rider with the highest ride score in Round 5.  If there are no rides in Round 5, then the Iron Cowboy will be the rider with the most round points that had competed in Round 5.

The seventh stop in the 2019 season gets underway Friday February 22nd at 7:45 pm PST and concludes Saturday February 23rd at 6:45 pm PST.   CBS Sports Network will air round two and the Championship round Saturday February 23rd 10:30 pm EST.

CBS network television with air the Championship round Sunday February 24th at 12:00 pm EST.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Friday night at 10:30 pm EST and conclude with the event championship Saturday at 9:45 pm EST.  On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 am EST the next day atwww.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.

Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

MORE INFORMATION For more information on the world’s premier bull riding organization, please visit the official website at www.PBR.com.

Kaique Pacheco 2019 Arlington Recap

February 11, 2019

Team Brazil collectively went 11 for 18 and won for the second consecutive time defending their Global Cup win in Sydney AUS in June 2018.  Team USA – Eagles went 10 of 18 and fell 72 points shy (or one average bull score) to finish second.  The remaining teams rounded out the five country six team format as follows: Team USA – Wolves went 8 for 18, Team Australia was 6 for 18, Team Mexico went 4 for 18 and Team Canada 3 for 18.  There were no PBR world standings points awarded during the event.  Riders earned money, but not points.

Kaique Pacheco made his return to competition and rode his lone bull of the event Saturday night.  He did experience a little tightness and pulled himself from Sunday’s draw.  Pacheco is a combined 5 for 7 in the three Global Cups he has competed in.  He is still on schedule to make his season debut on the PBR Unleash the Beast tour this upcoming week in St. Louis.

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: The PBR UTB tour moves to St. Louis, MO for the Mason Lowe Memorial at the Enterprise Center.  The event was recently renamed in honor of eight-year veteran PBR athlete Mason Lowe from Exeter, Missouri, who passed away on January 15 following injuries suffered at a PBR bull riding event in Denver, Colo.

The seventh stop in the 2019 season gets underway Friday February 15th at 7:45 pm CT and concludes Saturday February 16th at 6:45 pm CT.   CBS Sports Network will air round two and the Championship round Saturday February 16th at 8:00 pm CT.

CBS network television with air the Championship round Sunday February 17th at 11:00 AM CT.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Friday night at 7:30 PM CT and conclude with the event championship Saturday at 6:45 PM CT.  On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 AM ET the next day atwww.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.

Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

Kaique Pacheco 2019 New York Recap

January 17, 2019

The 2019 Professional Bull Riders season kicked off this past weekend in New York City at Madison Square Garden.  Once again, I will relay via email a short post event competition recap to you for Kaique.  I always try and push them out Monday morning, but due to travel arrangements yesterday was not an option this time.  If there is another person you would like me to include, please let me know and they will be added to the email list.

Kaique Pacheco continues to rehab his injured knee in Brazil and when we spoke last week his plan was to return to Dallas on January 12th for an appointment with Dr. Tandy Freeman soon thereafter.  If cleared for competition Kaique is aiming for a return late January (Sacramento) or early February (Oklahoma City).

Up Next for PBR’s Unleash The Beast tour: the Chicago Invitational is the second stop in the 2019 season as the Unleash The Beast Tour heads to Allstate Arena in Chicago, IL Saturday January 12th and Sunday January 13th.   Event local start times are 6:45 PM CT Saturday and 1:45 PM CT Sunday afternoon.

CBS Sports Network will air round one Saturday night at 9:00 PM CT, and air round two and the event championship round Sunday night at 7:00 PM CT.  Please check your local listings for programming confirmation.

The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Saturday night at 6:45 PM CT with day 2 of the event airing Sunday at 1:45 PM CT.  On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 AM 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.