Billy Bob's Announces Affiliation with Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour


FORT WORTH, Tex., - (September 6, 2018) - Billy Bob’s Texas in the Fort Worth Stockyards announces an affiliation with the Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour.  This Friday, September 7, Hedeman will make a personal appearance at the World’s Largest Honky Tonk on Friday at 9:30 pm between the first and second sections of bull riding.

Billy Bob’s has designed a quarterly competitive bull riding series, in which the champion of each of the four series finals will receive an invitation to ride in a nationally televised pro level Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour event.

"Tuff Hedeman has a long history at Billy Bob’s, having ridden here during his World Championship run. 

He is the most recognized bull rider of all time and has developed such a following with fans and even the entertainers that perform here at Billy Bob’s, we know that this will definitely enhance our weekly event." said Pam Minick, VP of Marketing of Billy Bob’s. 

"Pam and I have been producing events together and promoting the sport of rodeo and bull riding for over 30 years, and I am pleased to be part of this new program which gives me an opportunity to advance talented young bull riders, it is a natural fit for both of us.  Our relationship with Billy Bob's is simple – we are both focused on helping connect young riders -- particularly who want to advance to the professional level – and to provide many people the chance to see live bull riding in person for the first time," said Hedeman.

Billy Bob’s Texas live professional bull riding performances are every Friday & Saturday night at 9 & 10 pm, and admission is $4.00.


For contestant info and Bull Riding entries, contact Cindy Reid at Double R Rodeo by phone at 254-582-7063 or email

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About Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour

Hedeman formed the Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour, televised on The Cowboy Channel, after serving for a combined 23 years as the former head of the two nationally organized professional bull riding organizations (PBR and CBR) since his retirement as a rider from the sport in 1999. Referred to as the “pioneer of the sport of bull riding” after producing the first stand-alone bull riding event in Fort Worth, Texas in 1993, Hedeman is a four-time World Champion Bull Rider, inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and the most recognizable cowboy in the world. He resides on his ranch near Morgan Mill, Texas and has three sons, Lane, Trevor, and Ryker.

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