Stetson Wright thanks to a superhero performance, captured the Pendleton Whisky Xtreme Bulls Finale and Xtreme Bulls Tour titles for the second-consecutive year.
The Milford, Utah, star had 263.5 points on three head to win the average. No one rode four bulls. Wright had a commanding lead in the Xtreme Bulls Tour standings and secured his second career Tour crown by earning $29,093 at the Xtreme Bulls Finale.
"It feels better this year, honestly," said Wright, 24. "Anytime you come back and repeat a title you come back to show everybody it is not a fluke. I always love showing people that nothing I do is a fluke. This is a pretty special feeling."
"This means a lot," said Wright about being the Xtreme Bulls champion two years in a row. "I struggled to the point that I didn't want to do Xtreme Bulls events. Then, I decided to change my attitude and because attitude is altitude, and it just seems like that ever since I wanted to be at them I have done a lot better."
Wright adds his latest two Xtreme Bulls titles to his seven PRCA World Championships – four in all-around (2019-22); two in bulls (2020, 2022) and one in saddle bronc riding (2021).
"I just feel lucky, and it goes back to my support system," he said. "I couldn't do this without my mom and my dad and my brothers and sister. They push me every year. It is an unreal feeling being where I'm at and I feel lucky, and I know it all because of them."