1 of 4Derek Kolbaba picked up 155 points in Nashville, bouncing back after going rideless in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the weekend before. Kolbaba's success this season has relied heavily on his ability to prevent slumps, and so far that trend has continued.
2 of 4Pearl Harbor added three-time World Champion Silvano Alves to his list of victims this season after tossing him in 3.79 seconds. The performance kept Pearl Harbor at the top of the World Champion Bull race, and now Chad Berger plans on resting his contender for at least a month.
3 of 4Kaique Pacheco went 2-for-4 in Nashville on his way to the Ride Score Championship. Those 580 points vaulted him to the No. 1 spot in the world standings for the first time all season, and dethroned Eduardo Aparecido for the first time in 11 weeks.
4 of 4Fabiano attempted six bulls in less that 24 hours on his way to the victory in Nashville. He was bloodied and battered but it was worth it for Vieira, who had come up just short in Nashville for the past two seasons.