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Mauney Rides Bushwacker, Breaks Streak
08/19/2013

It took nine tries but J.B. Mauney finally made a full 8-second ride of Bushwacker, the record-setting bull that had 42 consecutive buckoffs at Professional Bull Riders events.
 
     Mauney rode the 1,700-pound bull for 95.25 points Saturday night to win the Express Employment Professionals Classic presented by WinStar World Casino to earn $46,605 for the victory and stop the streak that began in 2009 when Bushwacker was 3 years old.
 
     The 26-year-old cowboy from Mooresville, North Carolina came into the final round Saturday night in second place and made the crowd-pleasing decision to ride Bushwacker in the championship round.
 
     Bushwacker was the 2011 world champion bull and is the front-runner for this year's title. He was the high-marked Bull of the event with 46.75 points.

 

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