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11.23.2015
Stunting Like My Daddy

3028 Stunting Like My Daddy unloads in Las Vegas as an undefeated bovine athlete pitted against the bull riders of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association.

So who is behind a name like Stunting Like My Daddy? This great bucking bull has some of the most famous bull breeders and stock contractors associated with his pedigree. Alvin Jones, of Jones Rodeo Genetics in Winona, Texas bred and raised 360 Avalanche, 3028’s sire. Avalanche was a son of Playboy Skoal and out of a daughter of Bodacious. Bodacious served as the Jones Rodeo Genetics foundation bloodline.

Avalanche was originally sold as a youngster in the breeding bull category because of a hoof injury that Jones thought incurable. Dan Shrimplin purchased Avalanche and took him home to Ohio where he rehabilitated the bull and sent him back to Texas to be hauled by Roy Carter. Finding success at the highest level on the professional circuits, Avalanche was sold to Diamond S Bucking Bulls where he enjoyed a long and prosperous career as one of their marquis buckers, hence the name for this offspring. His mother was a daughter of Don Kish’s Mr. Juicey and she hails from double bred Kish genes.

With only five recorded PRCA outs, Stunting Like My Daddy bucked off all of his opponents and the longest ride any of the cowboys made was 4 seconds. 3028 made two appearances on the Mahindra Road to Cheyenne and CBR and PRCA World Champion Cody Teel took him 4.59 seconds at the CBR in El Paso in February. Alexandre Cordoza came close to covering him at the CBR Rio Rancho event, but at 6.12 seconds he lost his seat, keeping the bull undefeated in the CBR competition as well.

If Teel wakes up in Vegas and finds a rematch with the son of the great Avalanche, he will be the only 2015 NFR qualifier who has been on the great bull owned by Dakota Rodeo.

3028 currently enjoys a 79.17 buck off percentage for 2015. He has been bucking professionally since 2013 where he finished the year undefeated with 100% buck off rate. He has 45 recorded outs and out of that 7 of his trips he have been good enough to win the round with a rank bull score.

If you are left-handed you have zero chance of riding him according to previous statistics, but right-handers enjoy a 28% change of covering this bull in Las Vegas. 3028 arrives in Las Vegas with Chad Berger and Dakota Rodeo Company team at the helm.

Good luck guys. 


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