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Ty Pozzobon left a lasting impression on his peers and will forever be loved by those throughout the sport of professional bull riding.

The PBR world reflects on their fond memories of Ty Pozzobon

The PBR family is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Ty Pozzobon. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Pozzobon family and all of Ty’s extended family and friends.

PBR mourns the loss of Ty Pozzobon

The PBR will offer its bull riders more money in 2017, including a total prize purse of $250,000 at every PBR Major.

PBR adds nearly $1.5 million to its annual prize purse

A great read on #PBRCanada bull owner Kris Russell of the Edmonton Oilers. #RedMile

In Depth: Kris Russell

Justin Lloyd may not have the experience of his fellow bull riders, but the Canadian has made the most of his new career and will look to climb even higher at Saturday's Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour event in Biloxi, Mississippi.

Lloyd's spark of inspiration has led to an exciting bull riding career

Tanner Byrne may have won the Glen Keeley Award for a third consecutive season, but the 24-year-old knows he has a tough task ahead of him if he hopes to win top Canadian honors again in 2017.

Byrne expects Canadian surge

PBR.com caught up with 2016 Canadian Champion Ty Pozzobon to talk about the season and his Built Ford Tough World Finals experience.

8 Seconds with Ty Pozzobon

Eric Lee came out on top in night one of the Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour event in New Town, North Dakota.

Lee on top in night one in New Town, North Dakota

Aaron Roy exited the 2016 Built Ford Tough World Finals on a stretcher after a nasty wreck in Round 1. Now given the chance to reflect, Roy feels lucky he escaped with just a broken bone and is on pace for a full recovery.

Roy thankful to have only broken his femur

Dakota Buttar did well in his first Built Ford Tough World Finals and now plans to use that momentum in Edmonton as he looks to become only the third rider to win a third consecutive Canadian Professional Rodeo Association champion.

Buttar looks to make history in Edmonton

By: Ted Stovin Sunday, November 6, 2016 @ 5:45 PM LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- Ty Pozzobon (Merritt, British Columbia) earned $97,500 for a fourth place finish at the 2016 PBR World Finals at the T-Mobile Arena on Sunday afternoon. Pozzobon went 4-for-6 bucking off both...

Pozzobon earns $97,500 at PBR Finals β€” Professional Bull Riders

Mauney reaches milestone, Pozzobon stays out front By: Ted Stovin Saturday, November 5, 2016 @ 11:55 PM LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- Two-time and reigning PBR World Champion J.B. Mauney became the first man ever in the sport to cross the $7,000,000 mark in career earnings with a round win on Saturday night...

Mauney reaches milestone, Pozzobon stays out front β€” Professional Bull Riders

Saturday's Round 4 of the Built Ford Tough World Finals will see the return of the Top 16 ABBI Classic bulls. The big bull power will go on Sunday, but the bulls tonight are no slouches either.

The Morning Line: World Finals, Day 4

Ty Pozzobon earned a share of the Round 2 victory at the #PBRFinals in Las Vegas on Thursday.


Pozzobon and Marchi split Round 2 in Las Vegas | pbrcanada.com

Dakota Buttar used his opportunity and rode his way into the Built Ford Tough World Finals with his stellar performance at the BlueDEF Finals. Now Buttar, along with his fellow Canadians, make up the largest field of cowboys from the Great White North at World Finals since 2012.

Buttar qualifies for Finals; Four Canadians set to compete in Las Vegas

The stage is set for the #PBRFinals! Who will win in Vegas?

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World Finals Qualifiers and Bull Fighters announced

Much like last night, Round 2 of the BlueDEF Finals will be full of unknown bulls that will make things tough for riders who earned a score on Saturday.

The Morning Line: BlueDEF Finals, Day 2

Air Time, owned by former NFL star Jared Allen, is bringing PBR to the mainstream #PBRCanada


Jared Allen’s unlikely path to bull riding success

Ty Pozzobon claimed the $25,000 year-end bonus for the 2016 #PBRCanada season tonight at the SaskTel Centre.