St. Louis, MO: One hundredth of a second. What even takes that long? Couldn’t they just give him the benefit of the doubt? Does it really need to be that accurate?
All valid questions. In the end though, Ty Pozzobon came close, so very close to his first ever PBR BFTS win today in St Louis. On the other side of things, Pozzy still finished the event in second place, his best finish ever. The $18,520 isn’t bad either. For Pozzobon, the better news is likely that he now sits in the fourth spot in the World Standings.
It’s my bet that Ty wins an event this year. The way things are going I think he’s a very serious contender for the PBR’s World Championship.
Another World Champion contender from up our way is Aaron Roy who now sits in fifth in the PBR’s World Standings. Roy finished in a tie for fourth in St. Louis with Missouri Native Luke Snyder both scored 173.75 on two.
Roy added $8,915 to his season earnings.
This could be the best placing our Canadian bull riders have ever been, ever on the PBR’s BFTS. If anyone knows any different, I’d like to hear it.
Until then, Kansas City goes next weekend.