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Top 40 bull riders in the world return to Bozeman for one night

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Forty of the best bull riders in the world have their invitations and are set to return to Bozeman, Mont., for the Bozeman Classic Professional Bull Riders Copenhagen Bull Ridingsm Challenger Tour event.

The Bozeman Classic has become an annual focal point for entertainment seekers. Finishing as the Runner Up Event of the Year for 2008, the Classic offers unparallel excitement and the adrenaline rush of witnessing cowboys riding fierce bulls.

The event is set to open the Gallatin County Fair July 15 at Anderson Arena. Fans will have a chance to meet and rub shoulders with the stars of the PBR during the Pre Party and Calcutta on Tuesday night at Mixers starting at 6:30 p.m. All proceeds from the Calcutta will go to benefit the Montana State University Rodeo Team.

Coming with the top bull riders in the world will be Montana's own Flint Rasmussen, the PBR's famed entertainer. Flint, who suffered a heart attack in March, made sure that the Bozeman Classic made his schedule again this year.

New for 2009 is covered reserved seating to go along with the general admission and limited VIP tickets available. Tickets can be purchased at Murdoch's and start at $35. Gates open at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 8 p.m. Further information can be found online at www.bozemanclassicpbr.com.



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