Championship Bull Riding Set to Award Two Dickinson State University Rodeo Scholarships

 The 2nd Annual Dielco Crane Championship Bull Riding Horizon Series

DICKINSON, North Dakota – August 20, 2014 – Dickinson State University Rodeo Coach, Eudell Larson, announced today that two DSU students will be presented with rodeo scholarships during the intermission of the 2nd Annual Dielco Crane Championship Bull Riding event on Saturday night.

Blake Smith, a bareback rider from Zap, North Dakota and Teddi Schwalger, a barrel racer and roper from Mandan, North Dakota will each receive $1,500 from Championship Bull Riding and Barrett and Craig Bucking Bulls to attend school and participate on the DSU Rodeo Team. Both Smith and Schwalger are entering their junior year and are previous qualifiers of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Finals. Four time World Champion bull rider Tuff Hedeman will present the scholarships.







Schedule and Media Opportunities:

Friday, August 22

3:00 to 5:00 pm - Sage Kimzey with CBR Bull of Year Finalist Ragin JT

Runnings Farm and Fleet, 2003 3rd Ave W, Dickinson, ND 58601

Saturday, August 23

10:00 - 12:00 pm Boot Barn - Tuff Hedeman 

Boot Barn, 1681 3rd Ave W #9, Dickinson, ND 58601


6:30        Gates Open

8:00        2nd Annual Dielco Crane Championship Bull Riding

After Party at Liquid Assets immediately following the performance.


Tickets will be for sale beginning July 19th at Frankie’s West Side, Boot Barn and For more information contact Zach Craig at 580-254-1410


About Championship Bull Riding 

Located in the historic Stockyards of Fort Worth, Texas, Championship Bull Riding (CBR) is an organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the very best elements of the sport. Under the direction of bull riding icon Tuff Hedeman, CBR has grown into an organization that works to put the best riders on the best bulls, delivering world-class qualified rides. Bull riders start in the Horizon Series earning points to move onto the elite Road to Cheyenne Tour.  The Road to Cheyenne Tour culminates in July in Wyoming at the legendary Cheyenne Frontier Days where the world champion earns a $100,000 bonus. The CBR Bull Team Challenge is also part of the tour events where stock contractors bring their best bulls and compete for annual cash prizes that total over $1 million. Providing opportunities for contestants, stock contractors, fans and sponsors is why CBR is the REAL COWBOY SPORT. CBR is featured at over 70 venues across the United States with national television programming on the Fox Sports Networks for 26 consecutive weeks in prime time. For more information visit or call 817-626-BULL (2855).