Sage Kimzey Looks for Seventh Consecutive World Title

Six-time World Champion Bull Rider Sage Kimzey is set to win his seventh consecutive world title at the 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Sage will be wearing the back number 13 and he leads the Bull Riding with 2020 earnings of $92,334.42. ROPING…Chance Thiessen of Hammoncompeted in the 2020 Rising Stars Open TieDown Roping last week at the Lazy E. Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Chance placed Third in the first round, Second in the 3-head Average and won the Reserve in the Shoot-Out.Chance also won Fastest Calf with a time of7.6 in the 19 & U Boys Calf Roping. Chance…

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