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Voodoo Child
This past June, Voodoo Child bucked his last cowboy in the RMEF Big Bull Touring Pro event in Asheville, N.C. He chucked a relative unknown, Cody Brewer, from his back and got a score of 45 points. Now that’s the way to exit the stage, with a top score!
The son of a very well-known PBR bull, Houdini, Voodoo has had a great career. If you check up on him at Probullstats.com, you’ll see he’s only been ridden all the way five times in his entire career! Voodoo has a 92 percent buck-off rate.
Voodoo Child is also the last bull that Justin McBride ever rode, and the same bull that he rode in Tulsa for the event win earlier in the year.

    Voodoo Child

    This past June, Voodoo Child bucked his last cowboy in the RMEF Big Bull Touring Pro event in Asheville, N.C. He chucked a relative unknown, Cody Brewer, from his back and got a score of 45 points. Now that’s the way to exit the stage, with a top score!

    The son of a very well-known PBR bull, Houdini, Voodoo has had a great career. If you check up on him at Probullstats.com, you’ll see he’s only been ridden all the way five times in his entire career! Voodoo has a 92 percent buck-off rate.

    Voodoo Child is also the last bull that Justin McBride ever rode, and the same bull that he rode in Tulsa for the event win earlier in the year.

     
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