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Round 4 Video Highlights: 2013 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo

Jake Wright is gaining ground quickly as he tries to stake a claim as the best saddle bronc rider in his renowned family. And, by the way, that would make him the best in the world. Wright won Round 4 Sunday at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in front of 17,425 fans at the Thomas & Mack Center. It was his second victory of the rodeo, which has bumped him from seventh to second in the world standings. Interestingly, he’s traded places with his twin brother, Jesse – who entered the WNFR in second place, but has fallen to seventh. Leading the world standings is the elder Wright brother, two-time World Champion Cody, who took the title in 2008 and 2010. Jesse Wright is the defending world champ, but Jake has never reached the top of the world standings. He’s close now, trailing Cody by just $9,659. “A lot can happen here and there’s a lot of money to be won each night,” Jake Wright said. “I’m just happy to be here at the NFR, and I’m going to come out the next six nights and pretend like I’m in 15th place and spur like a mad man.” Jake Wright Continue Reading