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JT Moore wins buck-out in Stockdale


JT Moore wins buck-out in Stockdale
PAT KOPECKI — The bullrider is saved by the quick action of a bullfighter after his dismount. See wilsoncountynews.com for action from the LTR Jubilee Bull Buck-Out, including the winning rides of JT Moore and Neil Holmes.


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Only one point divided the top two bull riders in the LTR Jubilee Bull Buck-Out June 19 in Stockdale. When the dust settled, JT Moore outscored Neil Holmes by one point.

Thirty-three bull riders from Texas and Mexico competed in the first-ever buck-out, with only eight riders managing the full 8-second ride, qualifying them for the short round.

In the short round, only Moore and Holmes endured the grueling 8 seconds, with Holmes taking the top spot. Moore had to contend with an unsettled bull in the chute and had to pull back to allow second-ranked Holmes to go first.











 

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