PBR's Iron Cowboy

The Professional Bull Riding Iron Cowboy competition

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This weekend, AT&T Stadium — the home of the Dallas Cowboys — will host actual cowboys, plus broncobusters and other rodeo performers. On Feb. 24, about three dozen top bull riders will compete for $100,000, the title of Iron Cowboy, and points for the Professional Bull Riders’ world finals in November. Each rider will try to stay on a bucking bull for eight seconds and advance to the next round. Rounds continue until only one rider is left. Then on Feb. 25, the American will feature $2 million in prizes split among those competing in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, barrel racing and bull riding. How ’bout them cowboys.

The world’s top 40 bull riders ride the world’s rankest bulls, striving to make the 8-second buzzer in the WinStar World Casino and Resort Iron Cowboy presented by Kawasaki. The winner, crowned Iron Cowboy, goes home with more than $100K in prize money and double the amount of points toward the World Championship. If you want to see America’s original extreme sport up close and personal, there is no better seat in the house than PBR Elite Seats. Get premium seating, exclusive pre-show hospitality, a pre-show production and chute tour, along with a photo opportunity with the PBR riders.

The American is preceded by semi-finals in Fort Worth's Cowtown Coliseum and PBR’s Iron Cowboy on Feb. 24 at AT&T Stadium.

Parking is $25-$35 per day.

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