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Game Notes: Kansas City

SECOND SHOW ME STATE STOP – The Built Ford Tough Series (BFTS) will stay in Missouri this weekend, migrating west to Kansas City. The Sprint Center will host the BFTS for the 12th consecutive year and 14th year overall. Competition begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 21 and 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 22.

UP NEXT – The first of four PBR Majors will take place next weekend in Arlington, Texas, as AT&T Stadium hosts the Choctaw Casino Resort Iron Cowboy powered by Kawasaki Strong. Competition will begin at 5:50 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28.

PAST KANSAS CITY EVENT WINNERS – 2008 PBR World Champion and current No. 8 rider in the world standings Guilherme Marchi is the only rider to have won the Kansas City event more than once, including 2005, 2008 and 2009.

2014 Emilio Resende

2013 Marco Eguchi

2012 L.J. Jenkins

2011 Caleb Sanderson

2010 Austin Meier

2009 Guilherme Marchi

2008 Guilherme Marchi

2007 Justin McBride

2006 Mike Lee

2005 Guilherme Marchi

2004 Dame Samsel

1997 Troy Dunn

1996 Owen Washburn/Tuff Hedeman

FORMAT – This weekend, the Top 35 bull riders on the BFTS will compete in Round 1 on Saturday and Round 2 on Sunday, facing one bull in each round. The riders with the Top 15 scores after two rounds will advance to the Built Ford Tough Championship Round on Sunday for an additional ride and a chance at the $30,000 event title.

POSSIBLE POINTS – There are 700 possible points available in Kansas City, as the winner of the event average will receive 400 points and each of the three round wins are worth 100 points apiece.

ABBI CLASSIC EVENT IN ROUND 1 – Kansas City’s Round 1 will also be an American Bucking Bull Inc. Classic competition. Thirty five bulls will be competing for a prize purse of more than $30,000. The ABBI, which introduces young bucking bulls at select BFTS, BlueDEF Velocity Tour, and Touring Pro Division events, is dedicated to unifying, developing and promoting the bucking bull industry through pedigree preservation; enhancement and promotion of bucking bull ownership, breeding, and welfare; and development of programs and events showcasing the world’s finest bucking bull stock. The ABBI is the third-largest cattle registry in the world and is set up to record and preserve the pedigrees of the world’s premier bucking bulls.

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