Update: Local bull riders help Canada to fourth at PBR Global Cup

Lambert, Hansen manage to earn two of Canadian team’s good rides

A pair of Ponoka bull riders will be among the seven Canadians teaming up to challenge the rest for the PBR Global Cup.

Zane Lambert, one of two multi-time national champions on the team, as well as Jordan Hansen competed event held Feb. 15 and 16 in Arlington, Texas. Unfortunately, the U.S. team took the title, while Canada ended up fourth.

Dakota Buttar, Aaron Roy, Jared Parsonage, Shay Marks, Brock Radford and Jake Gardner were also a part of the Canadian contingent.

Lambert and Hansen were two of just three Canadians able to put up a score at the event.

Lambert put up the best score for Canada, marking an 87.75 on Arctic Assassin. Meanwhile, Hansen scored an 85 on Apocalypse.

This is the fourth PBR Global Cup with Lambert and Buttar being the only ones to compete in all four events, while Hansen marked his second appearance.

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