During the 2023 PBR World Finals: Unleash The Beast World Finals, the PBR will not only present a gold buckle to the season’s World Champion, but they will hand out a new piece of hardware to THE FANS! Join the PBR on Saturday, May 20 in the iconic Fort Worth Stockyards for the first of its kind PBR Ariat Boot Trot 5K/3K fun run.
After participants weave their way through one of the most historic western districts in the world, they will be met with a commemorative medal to mark their journey. The overall male, female and junior finisher in the 5K and 3K will also receive a pair of Ariat boots, and other prizes.
But wait, there’s a twist! While all 5K athletes will complete the race in the shoe of their choice, to run the 3K you must complete the course in cowboy boots. Don’t miss your chance to run with the PBR, and sign up for the PBR Ariat Boot Trot today.
To receive $10 off race registration use code: PBR10
If you register for the PBR Ariat Boot Trot 5K/3K Fun Run, you will be automatically entered into a drawing to receive two tickets to one of the PBR World Finals Concert Series at Tannahill's Tavern and Music Hall in the Fort Worth Stockyards!*
Registration includes a medal and commemorative race T-shirt. Finisher prizes are offered for overall male, female, and junior (17 and under) for both distances. All overall winners of the 5K and 3K (male, female, junior) will receive a pair of Ariat boots. The overall 5K winners along with the boots, will receive a $200 Boot Barn gift card and a boot cleaning kit. RTIC will provide the age division prizes for the 5K.There will also be special prizes from RTIC.
*There are limited quantities of tickets for each concert. Winners of the drawing will have the chance to choose which concert to receive tickets to while supplies last. Winners will receive an email (sent to their race registration email address) from The Cowtown. Winners must respond to the email with which concert they would like to receive tickets to. Tickets for each show will be reserved on a first-come first-served basis.