Stampede Park in Cody welcomed 40 of the best bull riders in the business Saturday, all vying for the title of Xtreme Bulls champion.
Boudreaux Campbell of Crockett, Texas, captured the championship on a bull called Lookin’ Up, earning 90 points and pocketing $5,358 in prize money. Fellow Texan Cole Melancon, from Batson, finished runner-up, scoring 88.5 points and winning $4,108.
Representing Pismo Beach, California, in third place was Aaron Williams with 87 points, pocketing $3,036. Joe Frost of Randlett, Utah, scored 86.5 points, good enough for fourth place and $1,965.
Also finishing in the money were: 5. Parker Breding of Edgar, Montana, 85.5 points for $1,250; 6. Roscoe Jarboe of New Plymouth, Idaho, 84 points for $893; 7. Elijah Mora of Wiggins, Colorado, 80.5 points for $714; and 8. Dakota Luis of Browning, Montana, 79.5 points for $536.
Xtreme Bulls serves as a lead-in to the Cody Stampede, which started Sunday and runs through Wednesday.