FORT MOHAVE, Ariz. – The national PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour is ready to “rock on the river” at the 2nd Annual Fort Mojave Classic March 23-24 on the banks of the Colorado River. In a unique partnership with the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe, 70 of the world’s top bull riders will converge on the Mojave Crossing Event Center in Arizona, just across the river from the AVI Resort and Casino, to compete for $58,000 in prize money.

Leading the PRCA bull riding field is three-time World Champion J.W. Harris of Mullin, Texas (2008-10), and 2004 World Champion Dustin Elliott, of North Platte, Neb.

In addition to Harris, the field will have nine other bull riding qualifiers from the 2012 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas – Kanin Asay, of Powell, Wyo.; Trey Benton III, of Rock Island, Texas; Tag Elliott, of Thatcher, Utah; Trevor Kastner, of Ardmore, Okla.; Ardie Maier, of Timber Lake, S.D.;  Clayton Savage, of Casper, Wyo.; Beau Schroeder, of China, Texas; Tate Stratton, of Kellyville, Okla., and  Cody Whitney, of Asher, Okla.

Mojave Crossing will also welcome the baddest, meanest, rankest one-ton athletes in the world. These bulls have bucked off cowboys at the largest rodeo venues in the world, including the Wrangler NFR in Las Vegas, the San Antonio (Texas) Stock Show & Rodeo and the Xtreme Bulls Tour Finale in Ellensburg (Wash.).

The Xtreme Bulls Tour format features 70 riders competing in a two-day event. In each performance, 35 cowboys will participate in a long-go with the top 10 riders brought back for a short round. The Fort Mojave Classic champion will be crowned based on the highest average score from both days of competition.

The performance on Saturday, March 23 begins at 7:30 p.m. (PT) and the Sunday, March 24 performance begins at 1:30 p.m. (PT). Tickets for the Fort Mojave Classic Xtreme Bulls event can be purchased by calling Ticket Force at 1-877-840-0457 or online at Adult ticket prices range from $22-$35; tickets for kids 12 and under are $10. The Mojave Crossing Event Center is located at 101 Aztec Road, Fort Mohave, Ariz.,  just across the river from the AVI Resort and Casino


Mojave Classic Xtreme Bulls Tour Roster


Anderson, Jimmy – Bayfield, Colo.

Asay, Kanin – Powell, Wyo.

Askey, Jeff – Martin, Tenn.

Atkinson, Travis – Lehi, Utah

Benton III, Trey – Rock Island, Texas

Bingham, Tim – Honeyville, Utah

Bode, Jake – Elgin, Neb.

Bothwell, Tanner – Rapid City, S.D.

Bownds, Chandler – Lubbock, Texas

Breding, Parker – Edgar, Mont.

Campbell, Cody – Summerville, Ore.

Clearwater, Ty – LaCygne, Kan.

Cloud, Howdy – Kountze, Texas

Coppini, Paul – Kuna, Idaho

Cormier, Trent – Houma, La.

Craig, Clint – Mena, Ark.

Daniels, Dustin – Fountain Green, Utah

Davis, Cooper – Jasper, Texas

Dillman, Abe – Grassy Butte, N.D.

Duarte, Myron – Hawaii

Dunda, Wrangler – Odessa, Texas

Echols, Cole – Elk Grove, La.

Elliott, Dustin – North Platte, Neb.

Elliott, Tag – Thatcher, Utah

Elliott, Zack – Thatcher, Utah

Foltyn, Clayton – Winnie, Texas

Ford, Jarrod – Greeley, Colo.

Geipel, Patrick – Elbert, Colo.

Granger, Corey – Zachary, La.

Guilbeau, Lucas – Golden Meadow, La.

Hamre, A.J. – Chico, Calif.

Hansen, Jayden – Gettysburg, S.D.

Harris, Brad – Udall, Kansas

Harris, J.W. – Mullin, Texas

Hill, Beau – West Glacier, Mont.

Hogg, Shawn – Gardendale, Texas

Jacoby, Elliott – Fredricksburg, Texas

Kastner, Trevor – Ardmore, Okla.

Knoles, Tyler – Marysville, Calif.

Koschel, Josh – Nunn, Colo.

Maddocks, Rance – Hecla, S.D.

Maier, Ardie – Timber Lake, S.D.

Maier, Corey, Timber Lake, S.D.

Maier, Rorey – Timber Lake, S.D.

Matthews, Sammy – Springville, Calif.

Navarre, Corey – Weatherford, Texas

Newman, Nevada – Melstone, Mont.

Olney, Cheyne – Kennewick, Wash.

Pass, Aaron – Dallas, Texas

Perry, Nate – Elk City, Okla.

Proctor, Shawn – Tooele, Utah

Rickard, Corey – Nuevo, Calif.

Rickard, Justin – Nuevo, Calif.

Roquemore, Keith – Cottonwood, Calif.

Rose, Kaycee – Clovis, Calif.

Roundy, Chris – Panguitch, Utah

Savage, Clayton – Casper, Wyo.

Schroeder, Beau – China, Texas

Semien, Shane – Dayton, Texas

Shanklin, Ryan – Rocksprings, Texas

Skaggs, Blaine – Hubbard, Ore.

Smith, Dustin – St. Paul, Ore.

Stratton, Tate – Kellyville, Okla.

Toves, Taylor – Stephenville, Texas

Vig, Garrett – Newell, S.D.

Votaw, Dalton – Liberty, Texas

Whitney, Cody – Sayre, Okla.

Willis, Tyler – Wheatland, Wyo.

Wing, Stormy – Dalhart, Texas

Wyatt, Sam – Fittstown, Okla.


The 2013 tour features events across the U.S., and will conclude with the tour finale in Ellensburg, Wash., over Labor Day weekend.  The 2013 PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour will have a combined purse of $400,000. Money earned on the PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour counts toward the PRCA World Standings, which determine Wrangler NFR qualifiers.

The PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour provides ProRodeo enthusiasts with a national schedule that brings the excitement of PRCA bull riding to millions of fans. Great American Country (GAC) Network will broadcast eight original airings of coverage from the PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour events.

Great American Country is the home of the PRCA’s championship rodeos, the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and the Xtreme Bulls Tour.  GAC delivers to viewers the widest variety of country music, its artists and the lifestyles they influence. GAC broadcasts original country music programming, music performance specials, live concerts and music videos and is available in nearly 62 million households and online at

The Mojave Classic Xtreme Bulls telecast will air Sunday, April 14 at 5 p.m. (ET). In Laughlin, GAC is available on CenturyLink Prism channel 529; Las Vegas, COX Cable channel 374; and in Bullhead City, Ariz., Suddenlink Communications Cable channel 59.  Great American Country is also available on DISH Network 165 and on DirecTV 326.