When the dust settled at the seventh annual PBR Peace Country Invitational, Dakota Buttar walked away the event champion after going a perfect three for three. The Canada Cup Series event win bumped Butter to the top position in the PBR standings, ahead of Cody Coverchuk and Nick Tetz.
Buttar would record 84, 87, and 89.5-point rides throughout the three rounds. According to the PBR, the Peace County Invitational Champions 89.5 championship ride was the event’s best score.
“With an early pick in the championship round bull draft, Buttar architected a showdown with Chico. Bursting from the chutes, Buttar remained centered atop the swift bovine, however, was initially called for a buck off in arena. PBR’s officials, however, quickly sent the out into review. Upon inspection, Buttar was deemed to have made the 8.”
Wyatt Gleeson finished second in the event and was the only other rider to go a perfect three for three, ending the weekend with 82.4, 82, and 86-point rides.
Last year’s PBR Peace Country Invitational champion, Aaron Roy, finished fourth with 86 and 86.5 point rides.