1 of 5Rookie Jake Gowdy recorded his first BFTS ride in St. Louis and finished second in Round 2, picking up his first points at the PBR's top level.
2 of 5Matt Triplett finished fifth in St. Louis, his best finish so far since finishing fifth in the season opener in New York. Triplett noted that the biggest change he has made was simply relaxing and learning to have fun again.
3 of 5Mason Lowe may not have won in his home state but the Missouri cowboy finished third and continued a spirited run dating back to his second place finish at Iron Cowboy.
4 of 5Chase Outlaw moved into the No. 5 spot after finishing second in St. Louis. Outlaw led the event for two days and has been enjoying one of his best runs in recent memory.
5 of 5Kaique Pacheco's win in St. Louis was especially sweet because it was the site of his first ever BFTS win back in 2015. It was also his first event victory since Charlotte last season and vaulted him to third in world standings. Pacheco started 2017 slow, but he believes his experience will finally lead him to a World Championship.
Kaique Pacheco won his first event of 2017 and jumped right back into the thick of the World Championship race while Chase Outlaw and Mason Lowe continued their spirited runs. Relive the action from St. Louis, in their words.