After Clinching 7 World Titles, Bull Riding Champion Sage Kimzey Unveils His ‘Dream’ Arena

Published 01/07/2024, 7:45 AM EST

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For bull riding in PRCA, Sage Kimzey has been a force to reckon with for the past decade. With his initial steps into the industry, the rider rose to mark an illustrious beginning for the path further. Kimzey announced his presence when he won Rookie of the Year in 2014. What followed further was 7 world titles; just one short of meeting Don Gay to equal the most wins. However, while he trod the path in PRCA, another remained unexplored.

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Kimzey has walked the bull riding industry for about a decade and well through 7 world titles. The numbers, however, haven’t let the icon explore every major arena. Today, as he shifts lanes from PRCA to the bull riding giant, Kimzey looks to have one of his dreams come true.

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Until the end of 2023, the Team Series had been the only event on PBR’s calendar that the champion had laid interest in. But later last year, Sage Kimzey bid his goodbyes to the grounds of PRCA to shift his focus majorly to PBR. Thus, finding himself on the organization’s most coveted tour of UTB regular season. His rookie experience on the UTB grounds called for a question about ‘the city he is most looking forward to’ on the tour.New York City for sure. I got to commentate in Madison Square Garden last year and to get to ride there this year is gonna be a dream come true, really,” the bull riding champion states.

 

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The PBR has been to the Madison Square Garden 16 times throughout its run. For the 17th visit, Sage Kimzey fulfilled his dream, becoming one of the 33 riders to compete on day 1 of the 6th week at the Garden. Though the icon failed to put up scores on the board, the decision to shift his focus to PBR led the bull riding champion into newer ventures and, of course, dream arenas.

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Two hearts for the cowboy

Back in 2023, when Sage Kimzey was suffering from an injury, the PBR reached out to him to offer a position as a broadcaster. The concept of the Team Series was a new perspective for Kimzey, garnering his interest in the event and further towards the organization. Having recently turned a father, PBR participation lent the bull riding champion more time on hands for family and a continuation of his passion further.

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“Going full-time with the PBR allows me to be home with my family more often. Even though I am gone every weekend, I know where I am going, when I will ride, and when I will be home,” he states. By the end of UTB, Kimzey will have the Team Series schedule readied on his calendar.

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Shivatmika Manvi

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