Coming Off Back-to-Back Reserve World Championships, Will Lummus Enters NFR No. 4

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Will Lummus has finished as the Reserve World Champion the last two years in the bulldogging and is part of a logjam at the top along with some other very decorated steer wrestlers.

Lummus is No. 4 this year and enters the NFR about $50,000 behind World No. 1 Dalton Massey.


Cinch Playoffs Governor’s Cup (South Dakota), $31,500

Lummus closed the season in a big way with a 3.7-second run in the Finals to finish second and bank $19,000. Overall, his last six runs of the regular season were 4.5 second or faster, four of which came at the Governor’s Cup.

Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, $27,080

Lummus dominated the first rodeo of the Texas Swing with four straight runs of 4.1 seconds or faster to finish first in three rounds and second in another. He was 4.1 in the Finals to win the $20,000 of his $27,000+.


Johnson County Sheriff’s Posse PRCA Rodeo (Texas), 3.3 Seconds

Lummus’ fastest run of the season came in June as part of a great weekend in Texas. In addition to winning nearly $2,000 in Johnson County, he also made runs of 3.7 seconds at the Parker County Sheriffs Posse Rodeo and 4.1 seconds at the Coleman PRCA Rodeo to bring home two more checks of more than $1,000.

Farm-City Pro Rodeo (Oregon), 3.4 Seconds

Not often you see a time as fast as 3.4 take third in the round, but that’s exactly what happened to Lummus at the PRCA Playoff Series Rodeo in Hermiston, Oregon. Lummus didn’t have bad company beating him, though, it was World No. 1 and World No. 2 Dalton Massey and Jesse Brown splitting the Go-Round at 3.3 seconds apiece.


Southeastern Livestock Exposition (Alabama), 3.9 Seconds

The Mississippi native won Alabama’s only PRCA Playoff Series Rodeo on March 19. Lummus shared the title with Mason Couch and Dedo Slade.

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