Wrangler NFR 2019: Boudreaux Campbell wins second bull riding round of NFR

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For the second time this year, Boudreaux Campbell had the top score in bull riding round at NFR.

The Texas cowboy recorded a 91-point ride to bring his National Finals earnings to more than $160,000. Not including ground money, he has won over $148,000, which puts him in second for the Ram Top Gun award behind bareback rider Clayton Biglow.

“You know, I had to keep a clear mind,” Campbell said. “I knew I had a good bull and a chance at the average and the Top Gun and the world title, and I just have to take it a bull at a time.”

Campbell won two rounds in 2017 and said adding buckles to the shelf never gets old.

“It’s another buckle to hang on the shelf and another story to talk about,” he said. “Tom Brady always says his favorite Super Bowl win is the next one, and that’s how I like to look at it.”

Campbell is currently No. 2 in the world standings behind five-time reigning world champion Sage Kimzey.

Bull Riding World Standings (NFR money in parentheses)

1. Sage Kimzey - $390,046 ($144,608)

2. Boudreaux Campbell - $289,995 ($163,22)

3. Stetson Wright - $244,498 ($92,076)

4. Tyler Bingham - $196,264 ($68,737)

5. Trey Benton III - $186,994 ($64,717)