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After sitting near the top of the money standings in saddle bronc for most of the season, Rusty Wright may have seen everything flash before his eyes in late August when a ride in a PRCA rodeo in Bremerton, Wash. led to a broken leg.
Despite the mishap, Wright is still third in the money as the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo kicks off its 10-day championship push Dec. 1 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. The 20-year-old from Milford is looking to continue the family’s pattern of capturing the champion’s gold buckle in every even-numbered year since his father, Cody started by winning in 2008 and 2010.
Since then, brothers Jesse (2012) and Spencer Wright (2014) have also taken home the world title.
Rusty was third overall in his first trip to the WNFR last year, finishing with $244,448, and won rounds 4, 7 and 8 in the event while placing in seven of the 10 rounds. He starts this year with $117,942, trailing brother-in-law CoBurn Bradshaw of Beaver ($130,751) and money leader Jacobs Crawley of Boerne, Texas ($172,303).
Breding, a 23-year-old from Edgar, is making his second NFR appearance. He enters the rich rodeo in second place among bull riders with 2015 earnings of $122,041. That trails leader Sage Kinzey by about $52,000, and that’s not much at a 10-performance event that features a payout of $26,230 for first place each night.
Each December, the top 15 bareback riders, steer wrestlers, team roping competitors, saddle bronco riders, tie-down ropers, barrel racers, and bull riders qualify to compete in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.
WPRA-sanctioned rodeos in 2015 — the fewest among the top five in the world standings — and averaged $3,900 each time she left the arena. Lockhart also pocketed $38,000 at RodeoHouston.
And while she is more than willing to discuss her wildly successful summer, don’t ask about winning the world title.
“I try not to talk about it,” she said firmly. “Never have.”
But others definitely will.
After one of the most financially rewarding summers in barrel racing history, Lockhart is definitely in title contention when the National Finals Rodeo begins today in Las Vegas.