A night bucking with action in Kelowna

The Professional Bull Riders tour hit Kelowna this week.

Professional Bull Riding hit Kelowna for the first time this past week at Prospera Place.

It was a jam packed action night full of big rides and rank wrecks.

The PBR Canada Touring Pro (CTP) is the developmental tour of PBR Canada, where established veterans and newcomers to the professional ranks compete against some of the most famous bucking bulls. The CTP gives riders the opportunity to compete in PBR Canada-sanctioned events while earning money to qualify for the Monster Energy Canadian Cup Series and the Canadian National Finals.

Upon the conclusion of the finals, the bull rider with the most regular season and finals points is crowned the PBR Canadian National Champion.

Check out some of the highlights from the night.

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