The excitement in the air for each event is tangible. You can smell the excitement. You can taste the energy. You can feel the hairs rise up on your arms. There is nothing like roughstock. It’s even better watching young extreme athletes take on the challenge.

When is the JBR Super Bull Series World Championships?

Gooding County Fairgrounds is housing the JBR Superbull Series 2023 World Championships coming up on September 29th and 30th at 7 PM. There’ll be youth bull riding, barrel racing, and mutton-busting events for 2 full days of action in Gooding for the ‘toughest little show on dirt’ along with 2 times Wrangler national finals rodeo clown and entertainer Donny Landis.

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Credit JBR

Those famous cowboys in the PBR start somewhere, and the next one could be ready to show their talents on some of the world’s smallest bucking bulls this month. Gooding is going to have junior athletes showing off real skills and you would be able to say you were there from the beginning of their career.

Entries are Being Accepted for Youth Barrel Racing and Mutton Busting in Gooding

Barrel racing for 18 and under 2D entries can call Julie at 208-280-0909. Entries for mutton busting for 6 and under 60-pound weight limit can contact 209-840-0602. Elevation Electric, M2 Ranch Enterprises, and Progressive Dairy Service want as many young enthusiasts as possible to come out for the Championships.

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Parking at Gooding County Fairgrounds and admission to watch these extreme athletes show their best is absolutely free. There will be food vendors and plenty of entertainment as they bring their best beginning at 7 PM on September 29th.

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