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Eight-time World Champion bull rider Sage Kimzey to ride in Enid

Ponca City Now - March 28, 2019 2:18 pm

Sage Kimzey

ENID — The Stride Bank Center is excited to announce five of the PRCA’s top bull riders will compete in the Jackson’s Dodge Ram Enid Ultimate Challenge PRCA Xtreme Bull Riding,  including eight-time World Champion and Oklahoma native Sage Kimzey.

Catch Bull Riding at the Stride Bank Center for one night only this Saturday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35, $25 & $20 in advance and go up $5 day of show. Tickets can be purchased by calling (855) TIX-ENID, visiting StrideBankCenter.com or in the Stride Bank Center Administration offices on the second floor of the convention side off of Independence Avenue.

“We are excited that the top bull rider in the world, Sage Kimzey, is returning to Enid for the third straight year” says Spectra General Manager at the Stride Bank Center, Kevin Boryczki.  “PRCA Extreme Bulls is one of the top bull riding tours in America and they are bringing some of their best bull riders to compete in Enid this Saturday.”

Kimzey has won five straight PRCA World Titles and three CBR Championships. The past two years, Kimzey, a native of Strong City, Oklahoma, participated in CBR events at the Stride Bank Center. Kimzey is currently third in the 2019 PRCA Ram World Standings and ninth in the Pro Rodeo Tour Standings.

Other Top 10 PRCA bull riders competing in Enid on Saturday include Clayton Sellars (currently second in the 2019 PRCA Ram World Standings), Daylon Swearingen (currently tenth in the Pro Rodeo Tour Standings), Stetson Wright (currently sixth in the Pro Rodeo Tour Standings and ninth in the 2019 PRCA Ram World Standings) and Brody Yeary (currently second in the Pro Rodeo Tour Standings).

Thirty outstanding PRCA bull riders will compete in Enid for a chance to win $20,000 in prize money. These riders represent 11 states and two different countries. There will also be local ties to the event as nine of the 30 riders are from Oklahoma.

The PRCA is recognized as the unsurpassed leader in the sport of professional rodeo. The PRCA’s mission is to unify membership in providing an innovative fan experience, to grow the sport of professional rodeo and provide new expanded opportunities for our membership and sponsors. Since 1986, the PRCA has paid out more than $1 billion in prize money to its contestants.

The PRCA offers the best cowboys and the best rodeos; delivering the best fan experience while positively impacting our communities and embracing the spirit of the West. A membership-based organization, the PRCA approved 650 rodeos in 2018, and there are more than 40 million rodeo fans in the U.S.

 

 

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