Stetson Wright

Name and Hometown: Stetson Wright – Milford, Utah

3-time World Champion All-Around Cowboy

2020 World Champion Bull Rider

2022 World Champion Saddle Bronc rider

4-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Qualifier (bull riding)

Joined PRCA: 2018

Regular Season Earnings: $320,599 (bull riding)

Starting 2022 NFR in 1 st place

Major regular season wins –

• National Western Stock Show Rodeo (Denver, Colorado), $9,121
• Bulls Night Out at Fort Worth Stock Show, $19,654
• San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo, $11,000
• Rodeo Houston, $57,500
• Rodeo Austin (Texas), $10,027
• San Angelo (Texas) Rodeo, $5,554
• Clovis (California) Rodeo, $8,742
• Cactus Jack Xtreme Bull Riding (Uvalde, Texas), $7,120
• Ute Mountain Roundup (Cortez, Colorado), $6,797
• Livermore (California) Rodeo, $9,454
• Reno (Nevada) Xtreme Bulls, ,$12,550
• Reno (Nevada) Rodeo, $11,544
• NFR Open at Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo (Colorado Springs), $13,970
• Caldwell (Idaho) Night Rodeo, $8,640
• Magic Valley Stampede (Filer, Idaho), $7,397
• PRCA Xtreme Bulls Finale (Pendleton, Oregon), $20,648

Fun Facts about Stetson: He needs less than $14,000 to cross $2 million in career earnings which is likely to happen during the first round of the WNFR with him competing in saddle bronc riding too. He has racked up $332,023 during the regular season in his two events beating his own record of $320,482 that he set last year. And, once again he is the only contestant in two events at the WNFR, so he is definitely on track to win his fourth consecutive all-around championship. He wants so much more. He wants to get the triple crown of rodeo, three gold buckles in one year. The last rough stock competitor to do that was Jim Shoulders who accomplished that three consecutive years from 1956-58. His dad, Cody, was the first member of the family to earn a gold buckle in the saddle bronc riding. Stetson was the firsts to get a title in an event other than saddle bronc riding. His junior and senior year of high school he rode every bull he got on and won the National High School Rodeo Association all-around title as a senior. As soon as he turned 18 he bought his PRCA card and now is one of the most decorated cowboys in the sport at just 23=years-old.

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