1 of 5Emilio Resende started the second half fighting to stay above the BFTS cutline. Thanks to some advice from Eduardo Aparecido, he finished third in Round 1 and moved from No. 34 to No. 30 in the world standings.
2 of 5Ryan Dirteater finished second in Tulsa and fell just short of his first career win in his home state. Despite the loss, he was happy to bring some smiles and raise $26,000 for charity at his team roping event over the weekend.
3 of 5Chase Outlaw started slow in Tulsa after bucking off in Round 1 and the 15/15 Bucking Battle. Rather than be discouraged, Outlaw returned on Sunday and won the championship round and finished fourth overall in Tulsa.
4 of 5Jess Lockwood knew he still had plenty to prove in Tulsa and took a big step when he rode Seven Dust to finish third in the 15/15 Bucking Battle. Lockwood became only the second rider to cover Seven Dust on the BFTS.
5 of 5Lockwood went on to win in Tulsa, tying him for the BFTS lead in event wins, and moved him to No. 3 in the world standings. He now trails No. 1 Eduardo Aparecido by just 340 points.