The 2016 Championship Bull Riding (CBR) World Finals kicks off July 25th and the Cowboy Outfitters USA (COUSA) bull riders are coming in hot.  Chandler Bownds, Wyatt Rogers, Cody Teel, and Jacob O’Mara will be competing for the $200,000 payout and the CBR World Champion title.  

cbowndsChandler Bownds

Chandler Bownds, currently ranked #11, is coming in fresh from the Calgary Stampede where he won over $11,500.  Bownds is also leading the standings in the Elite Rodeo Association (ERA) with 1250 points.  On the 2016 CBR tour, Bownds rode nine of the fifteen bulls and appeared in the final four Shoot Out round twice.  He’s coming in with 793.5 points.  Get your Chan Fans out and be ready for some 90+ bull rides from this Texas native!    

wrogersWyatt Rogers

Wyatt Rogers, currently ranked #9, just wrapped up his first College National Finals.  Rogers, representing Southeastern Oklahoma State University, placed fifth in the overall intercollegiate bull riding standings.  On the Road to Cheyenne, Rogers rode in fourteen of the fifteen stops and advanced to the semifinal round seven times and the four man Shoot Out round twice. With experience under his belt, watch for Rogers to be coming in stronger than ever.    

08codyteel2Cody Teel

Cody Teel has been known to turn on the heat in July and this year is no different.  Teel just won over $100,000 at the Calgary Stampede, edging out some of the best bull riders going today.  He will be returning to Cheyenne as the defending 2015 CBR World Champion and is currently in the #4 position. Watch for the “Rocky Balboa” of the CBR to be bringing the heat to Cheyenne.  

Jacob O’Mara

jomaraComing in from Louisiana, Jacob O'Mara is no stranger to the heat or to Cheyenne, WY.  O’Mara will be returning once again to the CBR finals, but this time he’s coming in the #2 spot just behind Sage Kimzey.  On the Road to Cheyenne, O’Mara won Rio Rancho, NM; Bossier City, LA; and Fort Worth, TX.  He also won finished second this year in the CBR Horizon Series.  The newlywed will also be competing against his brother-in-law, Koby Radley, the CBR Horizons (qualifying tour) year end winner.  With the family support, the crowd will be cheering loud for this Louisiana cowboy! The Cheyenne Frontier nights will be bringing two performances with five rounds of top cowboys and bulls and a total pay out of over $665,000. The cowboys will be spurring and the bulls will be bucking.