Kimzey Looking to Make History

Strong City, Oklahoma Bull Rider Sage Kimzey is still looking to make history at this year’s Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. The rodeo started December 3 and the last round will be December 12. Sage has won six consecutive PRCA World Championship titles in Bull Riding. If he wins the seventh Saturday night, he will surpass rodeo legend Jim Shoulders in consecutive championships. The seventh win will also tie Sage with Shoulders in overall titles and just one behind Texas bull rider Donnie Gay for most overall. Just being named with legends like Shoulders and Gay, is a huge feat. In…

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