"Bulls on the Beach" is in Huntington For Inaugural Bull-Riding Competition | NBC Southern California

"Bulls on the Beach" is in Huntington For Inaugural Bull-Riding Competition

Top pro bull riders from around the world will compete for cash in Huntington Beach on Saturday.

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    Huntington Beach welcomes professional bull riders from around the world on Saturday, Oct. 18 for "Bulls on the Beach." The inaugural event will be free.

    Bovines on the beach?

    That’s no bull.

    Huntington Beach will host the first-ever "Bulls on the Beach" competition Saturday where contestants will ride live bulls that weigh more than 1,000 pounds each. Top bull riders from around the world will compete at the event that kicks off at 2 p.m.

    The eight-second ride will garner a $25,000 prize to the winner, according to PBR.com.

    The event is the last competition before the PBR – or Professional Bull Riders – World Finals, according to the City of Huntington Beach's website.

    The winner will get a shot at the coveted "Gold Buckle," and a grand prize of $1 million at the PBR World Finals in Las Vegas.

    The event will be held at Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway near the Huntington Beach Pier, and will be free.

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