Sold Out Show In Loveland
The last date of the regular 2012 CINCH CBR Tour Season ends with a bang! A sellout crowd and some thrilling bull riding make for a night Colorado fans won’t soon forget.
Houston cowboy Craig Jackson claims his second win of the season with two rides and a 180 total score. Jackson was on Missing Parts (Sullivan Cattle Co)for 89.5 in the long round and followed it up on Bugle ( Old Cheyenne Bull Team) for the high score of the night, 90.5.
“Bugle is a great bull. I was real lucky I got to ride him in front of such a great crowd and then to get a 90 point ride on him. I feel very blessed,” stated Jackson after his win.
Jackson takes home a Henry Rifle, HY O Silver buckle and over $10,000 in winnings. Old Cheyenne Bull Team and Bugle take home bull of event honors.
Exclusive Genetics/The Jaynes Gang/Team Fortier grabs the final spot on the Palace Station Million Dollar Bull Team Finals.
Loveland , Colorado is the final event of the 2012 Cinch CBR season. The next stop will be the World Championships at Cheyenne Frontier Days in July. The top 40 riders in the CINCH standings will be invited to compete for the CBR World Championship title and $100,000. There are 4 remaining Horizon Series events in the 2012 season and the combined points from both tours will determined who the top 40 finishers are.
Tonight Allesandra Imperato from Henry Rifles was on hand to help the CBR honor Ed Aitken as an American Hero. Retired Army Veteran Aitken was given a standing ovation.
Craig Jackson- Houston, TX. Missing Parts ( Sullican Cattle Co) 89.5-Bugle (Old Cheyenne Bull Team) 90.5-180 total. Luis Blaco – Brazil. Moon Cricket ( J C Knapp) 90. Jake Littlefield – West Point, MS. Change Up ( Exclusive Genetics/The Jaynes Gang/Team Fortier and Dial) 88.5.
Photo- By Fred McClanahan JR