Trey Kimzey Claims First Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Championship

Bull riders know it is not how you start a Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour event, it’s how you finish that counts. On Saturday night at the Lea County Events Center, 29 cowboys from nine states and one Australian bull rider lined up to launch the 2020 season of the Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour. Twenty-one qualified rides later on his twenty-first birthday, Trey Kimzey of Strong City, Oklahoma tapped into the Kimzey consistency gene riding three bulls he had never drawn for a perfect night and his first win on Hedeman’s tour. Trey, the younger brother of six-time World…

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