Jesse Brown Eyes First Cheyenne Frontier Days Title After Semifinal Win

Jesse Brown said after his 6.9 second run on Saturday that he was just trying to make it through to the next round and he’s done all of that and more so far at The Dad.

Brown has won both Go-Rounds he competed in. First, he was 8 seconds flat in the fourth Quarterfinal to split the win with Bridger Chambers. Then, the aforementioned 6.9 yesterday won him the second Semifinal.

Because of his early success, Brown has already won nearly $6,000 before Sunday’s Finals.

“I’m on the bubble right now,” Brown, who is currently No. 14 in the world, said. “Still got a lot of season left, but that $4,000 definitely helps.”

Will Lummus (7.2 seconds), Bridger Chambers (7.6), Mason Couch (7.9), Trell Etbauer (8.9) and Denton Good (9.1).

You can watch the Finals live on The Cowboy Channel and PRCA on PRCA on Cowboy Channel+ on Sunday at 3 PM ET.



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