Justin Houston Leads Bull Riding in St. Paul Through Two Performances

There have only been two qualified rides through two performances in St. Paul and the highest belongs to Justin Houston, who was 87.5 points atop Four Star Rodeo’s Hell Hound.

“I’ve been waiting to get on that one a long time and finally drew him, happy it all worked out,” Houston said. “I grew up pee wee rodeoing here (in St. Paul).

The other qualified ride belongs to Ouncie Mitchell. He was 86.5 points on Friday night.

The final three performances of the St. Paul Rodeo air at 11:30 PM ET only on The Cowboy Channel and PRCA on Cowboy Channel+.

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