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Creek Young Moves To The Top For Pool B at The Calgary Stampede

Creek Young made an 87.5-point ride for Round 1 at The Calgary Stampede to take the lead in Pool B.

“These big stages really just get my motor running, get me feeling like I could ride anything,” Young said.

Young went into the Round not knowing much about the Duane Kesler’s Flight Risk, but the bull ended up going right, into Young’s hand.

Young is currently sitting at No. 11 in the World Standings, carrying momentum from a big win at Reno Rodeo and a good Fourth of July run, the National Finals bull rider has three rounds left in Pool B of the Calgary Stampede to cinch his spot in the Championship Round.

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