TULSA, Oklahoma — Rookie bull rider Gage Gay of North Carolina won his first PBR Built Ford Tough Series Event on Saturday night on the back of a bull originally from Canada.
Pound the Alarm was sold to Jimmy Roth owner of JARS Bucking Bulls and Gene Owen this spring. We reported on that February 6th of this year.
The ride, eventually worth over $38,000 didn’t count at first. Originally the clock stopped at 7.79 seconds. When challenged, Gay received a score and the win, as the next two men wouldn’t make the whistle.
Zane Lambert finished 11th overall with his 87 on RMEF Team Elk from round two. Lambert earned $2,850 on the weekend moving him up to the 24th spot in the world.
Tanner Byrne scored 75.75 in round one but re-aggravated his wrist injury keeping him from competition in round two. Tanner and his fiancee Meghan Clunie tie the knot this Wednesday in their hometown of Prince Albert, SK. Congratulations to the both of you and your families!