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02.06.2016
Shaking Up the CBR Bull Team Competition Loe and Melton Bring Back K912 ALL SHOOK UP

K912 Western Hauler’s All Shook Up debuted on the Road to Cheyenne in early 2014 and was so impressive in his inaugural season that Tuff Hedeman nominated him for the CBR’s Bull of the Year award that same year.

All Shook Up was a super star on the competitive bucking bull trail prior to anchoring Melton’s CBR teams. Melton, known for liking to pitch “no hitters” on the professional bucking bull circuits, qualified two teams for the 2015 CBR World Finals and All Shook Up was part of the equation in both teams’ making an appearance in Cheyenne.

All Shook Up, a son of T655 Three of a Kind sired by Millennium, and out of a daughter by Panhandle Slim has continued to live up to his name. He has only been ridden once in CBR competition and that was in February of 2014.

His explosiveness out of the chutes is a trademark and if you survive that, you have no idea which way he is going according to several riders.

K912 has shook up 19 bull riders on the way to his 74 percent buck off statistic and is currently undefeated in the 2016 edition of the Road to Cheyenne competing against last week’s event winner, Jeffrey Ramagos earlier in Hobbs. Ramagos has nothing but respect for the big red bull.

All Shook Up is owned by Winston Loe and Corey Melton and represents the Winston Loe / Melton Bull Co bull team this weekend in the Tuff Hedeman El Paso Championship Bull Riding.

In 2015 he was out 5 times on last year’s Road to Cheyenne with 44.5 being his highest bull score, but he has already topped that in 2016 with his 45.5 rank score in Hobbs in January.

In 2014 he only bucked at five events, but his bull score was 44.5 points or better in all outs. He was a 46 which earned him the high marked bull in Bossier City that year and that score would hold throughout the year as one of the top 5 bull scores of the CBR 2014 season.

That same year he had an average bull score of 45.2 points in five outs at CBR televised events and ridden once which resulted in one of the highest marked rides of the year, 92.5 points with Simao Da Silva at the Lufkin Bull Bash.

Former professional bull rider Corey Melton and partners can be seen regularly at all association competitive events with two year olds, three and four year olds as well as his aged bulls on the Road to Cheyenne. Melton owns and operates Melton Bull Co., dedicated to raising, and training competition bucking bulls, Melton a native of Louisiana who now calls home a ranch shared with CBR and Fox Sports Chute reporter, Ali Dee. The couple, and K912, make Tolar, Texas their home.  


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