Stetson Wright Cleared to Ride Saddle Horse

The World Champion saddle bronc rider and bull rider is inching closer to a return

Eight-time World Champion Stetson Wright has been cleared to ride a saddle horse again, a big step in his recovery from a right hamstring injury that kept him out of the 2023 NFR and the first few months of the 2024 sesaon.

While Wright has not yet been cleared to get back on a bucking horse yet, he did release a video of himself team roping alongside his brother Ryder.

Wright has stated that he is looking to make his return at the Reno Rodeo which begins on June 20.

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