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05.26.2016
1711 Too Juicy

Sire: 1711 Real Juicy      

1711 Too Juicy appears on the 2016 Bull of the Year nominee list as a bucking bull that advanced a CBR bull rider to the semifinal round, six of the nine times he appeared in the first round on the 2016 Road to Cheyenne tour. He is well known throughout the bull rider’s locker room as a very consistent bull with lots of timing that turns back to the left, every time.

Mike Rawson debuted 1711, sired by a great bull that was bred by former CBR World Champion, Matt Austin, on the Road to Cheyenne in Hobbs, Mexico in January of 2015 where he bucked off CBR and NFR cowboy Ardie Maier.

We would not see this bull again on the televised tour until CBR and NFR Finals qualifier, Aaron Pass would be the first to make a qualified ride on him at the 2015 CBR World Finals.  Pass won the third round of the CBR World Finals on Rawson’s bull of the year candidate earning a 90.5 points score and the bull’s best career bull score - 44.5 points.

“The best out I have seen him have is with Aaron at Cheyenne, the bull really bucked,” remembers Rawson.

After 1711’s Cheyenne performance he received the stamp of approval from owner Mike Rawson and he became a regular on his trailer in 2016 and he bucked his way to the nominee list with stops in Huron, Laughlin, Jackson, Hobbs, Rio Rancho, El Paso, Lufkin, Las Vegas and Salina, Kansas.

CBR World Finals qualifier Wyatt Rogers explains why he has heard the whistle twice this year on him and would love to get on him again.  

“He feels great, right in the latch to the left, you could not ask for a more honest bull,” said Rogers who is at home on the final days of rest and rehab for a hand injury.

Rogers rode Too Juicy for 89.5 points in Rio Rancho, NM and once in Salina, Kansas for 87 points.

“But anytime you draw one of Mike’s you will draw a good bull… and a good friend,” added Rogers.

Too Juicy was hauled as a futurity calf his two year old year and then put out to grow and mature as a three year old. Rawson started hauling him again in 2014 as the 1500 pound bull began to mature and he saw the potential he had to be a good tour bull.

According to Rawson, he does the same thing every time and is extremely dependable.

“I know he’s going to buck and stand up and be good inside the chutes,” said Rawson about how he is prior to the chute gate opening… he handles so good, easy going and an easy keeper,” continued Rawson when asked what he likes about this bull.

With seven of the 12 professional outs recorded, Too Juicy has provided seven qualified rides to advance six different cowboys to the second round on the 2016 Road to Cheyenne. You can bet any of those bull riders would be happy to see their name next to his again on the CBR World Finals draw, or any future stock draw list. 1711’s highest marked ride was a 90.5 score posted by Tim Bingham in El Paso which resulted in the bull’s highest marked bull score - 44.5 which he also obtained with Aaron Pass.

1711 Too Juicy is owned by two-time CBR Stock Contractor of the Year, Mike Rawson, 401K Bucking Bulls of Martinsville, Texas.


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