Lexington Bull Riding Enthusiasts Thrilled by the ‘Hottest Show’ in Town- Here’s Everything You Need To Know

Published 11/12/2023, 10:52 AM EST

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The Bull Band Barrels event is a special occasion that brings together bull riding, barrel racing, and live country music for an exciting evening. Perfect for the whole family, it has become one of Lexington’s favourite yearly events. This is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy the best of country culture and entertainment while watching world-class athletes compete in bull riding and barrel racing.

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It’s the most awaited event for the whole Bull riding community which promises to be full of thrill with some Western connection. In 2023 it was held in February and Bull Riding was won by Corey Leffew, Matt Triplett, Cole Melancon and Barrel Racing: Hailey Kinsel, Stevi Hillman and Jordon Briggs. However, it’s back again with some drama

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The Kentucky Horse Park is gearing up for an exciting evening filled with bull riding, barrel racing and the soulful tunes of country music. However, dates are not scheduled as of the recent update. Recently, Kentucky Horse Park shared a post on X, and captioned it as,” The hottest show in Western sports is heading your way! BullBandBarrels returns to Lexington! Brace yourselves for a legendary night of bull riding, barrel racing, and a concert with the hottest artists Country music has to offer! Artist and date dropping 11/14!

 

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The event is typically held in February at the Kentucky Horse Park Alltech Arena.  Tickets for BullBandBarrels go on sale in the fall and typically sell out quickly. They can be purchased online or at the Kentucky Horse Park box office.

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Highlights from the 2020 bull riding

The 2020 Bulls, Bands, & Barrels (BBB) tour commenced in Lexington, KY, at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena, captivating fabull rins with a thrilling mix of bull riding, barrel racing, freestyle bullfighting, and live music on February 8th. Ross Burney claimed first place in bull riding, earning $2,500, while Knox Dunn emerged victorious in the Freestyle Bullfighting competition. Barrel racing saw Sarah Schneider securing the top spot with a time of 13.980, and the night concluded with a memorable concert by Whitey Morgan & the 78’s.

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Hunter Price, the BBB Tour president, expressed excitement for the event’s success and looked forward to returning in 2021 with even greater plans.“We love kicking off the tour every year with the Lexington show,” said Hunter Price, Bulls, Bands and Barrels Tour president.  “The fans in Lexington are absolutely fantastic and we hope to continue to bring them top level competition and entertainment time and time again.  We are looking forward to returning in 2021 and plans are already being discussed for an even bigger and better event next year!” The Lexington leg of the tour received local sponsorship from Line-X Protective Coatings, GATR Coolers, Boot Barn, and Blue Otter Polarized.

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Maleehah Shakeel

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I'm a US sports writer at EssentiallySports, where my passion for sports and the art of storytelling come together. As I thrive to bring insightful content to the table, I've honed my skills in crafting engaging narratives and offering meaningful analysis to the readers. Along with different segments of Olympic avenues, I am a huge equestrian sports enthusiast.
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