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Last Post 01 Oct 2011 01:18 AM by Bugenhagen177. 10 Replies.
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Karen Briggs
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06 Jan 2010 03:01 PM

    In the October/November issue it listed 5 of the top bull rides of all time. My question were is Tuff Hedeman's 8 second ride on Bodacious. In my mind Bodacious is one of the top bulls of all time, now I do not know his ride rate, but not many men rode him. What are some other top rides and top bulls in your opinion?

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    07 Jan 2010 08:56 AM
    I think that some of the Top Rides were Owen Washburn on Promisland, Justin McBride on Cat Man Do, and a few others that I can't think of right now. Top Bulls would have to be Mr. T, Red Rock, Promisland, Yellow Jackett and Little Yellow Jackett. I could probably think of other later but not right now. I'll try to have more later.
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    09 Jan 2010 06:57 PM
    Three years ago I saw Justin McBride ride Scene of the Crash for $250,000 in Columbus, Ohio. It was a great 90+ point ride and to think anyone could make that kind of money in 8 seconds is mind boggling.
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    18 Jan 2010 11:44 PM
    yall are forgetting all about... freckles brown and tornado... lane frost and taking care of business, lane and red rock, tuff's ride in round 10 of the NFR that he dedicated to lane just after he died. things like that are not to be left unsaid
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    31 Jan 2010 08:26 PM
    I saw that ride too and it was just amazing. Hey no one ever said bull riding wasn't a great money maker!
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    10 Aug 2010 03:24 PM
    Chris Shivers on Dillinger was a beautiful thing to watch, but in my time watching the PBR, the best I've seen is Mike White on Troubador from the 2008 Tulsa event. The score wasn't as high as some in the history, but it was the best I've seen. Gilbert Carrillo on Blueberry Wine was also an underrated ride. Also, as someone above stated, you have to talk about Freckles Brown on Tornado. I'm only 28 years old, but that has to be one of the most historical and popular rides of all time. --- Cody Thrasher Rant Sports Bull Riding Editor
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    03 Dec 2010 12:09 PM
    In my mind Bodacious is one of the top bulls of all time, now I do not know his ride rate, but not many men rode him.
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    14 Dec 2010 11:16 AM
    The top bull is Red Rock only one man ever rode him that is the top bull rider Lane Frost who died in 89, on Taking Care of Business.
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    14 Dec 2010 11:23 AM
    double trouble crushed lanes groin
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    12 Jan 2011 04:52 PM
    justin mcbride on scene of the crash was a great ride. as well as lane frost on red rock. but definately the most meaningful ride ever was tuff hedeaman in round 10 of the finals "ridin for lane"
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    01 Oct 2011 01:18 AM
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