A 25 Years Old Professional Bull Rider injured at Colorado event Dies on 15th January

January 16, 2019 by Robert Stewart

Tuesday night after sustaining internal injuries in an event held on the National Western Stock Show in Colorado, a professional Bull rider Mason Lowe who was ranked as #14th in the world died.


The Professional Bull Riders Association said in a statement: Mason Lowe, 25, was scheduled to participate in the Denver Coliseum rodeo show was seriously injured but no details on how Lowe had been wounded is released by the association so far.

Following the accident PBR president, Sean Gleason released a statement saying:

"We are deeply saddened to report that Mason Lowe passed away this evening following injuries sustained at the PBR event in Denver, entire PBR, and National Western sports family extend our heartfelt condolences and deepest sympathies to Mason’s wife Abbey and his family.”

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Lowe, from Exeter, Missouri, was the world's 18th rider and more than seven years a pro bull rider, KDVR reported. This year before his death, he earned almost $10,000 in competitions.

The twenty-five-year-old started to love riding when he was three and he told PBR in 2017 that the first time he was placed with an animal was at the age of 18. Currently, he was ranked as 14th in the world.