1 of 6Fresh off his victory in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Matt Triplett picked up the win in Round 2 in Billings. Triplett was quick to note just how special it is to ride in front of his home state crowd.
2 of 6Cody Teel finished in second place in Billings and moved to No. 12 in the world standings. The 2012 PRCA champion is starting to find his groove on the BFTS, and he has committed himself to bringing his best.
3 of 6Pearl Harbor erupted for a career-high 47.5-point bull score when he tossed Matt Triplett in the Built Ford Tough Championship Round. Pearl Harbor has continued to raise the bar this season, and Triplett learned he still has work to do if he plans on riding the World Champion Bull contender.
4 of 6J.B. Mauney forced himself back into World Championship contention with his win in Billings. Now sitting at No. 3 in the world standings, Mauney is still keeping things simple and getting things done.
5 of 6Guilherme Marchi made sports history when he rode Shocker in Round 2 for career qualified ride No. 600. Marchi, the PBR's all-time leader in qualified rides, became the first ever to cover 600 bulls on the PBR's elite tour. The Brazilian acknowledged it as one of the best moments of his career.
6 of 6Marchi is a living legend in the PBR, and his friends in the locker room made it clear that they believe he is one of the greatest bull riders of all time.