Tim O’Connell, Clayton Biglow Split Pool A, Round 3 at The Calgary Stampede

World Champions Tim O’Connell and Clayton Biglow have showed their talent at The Calgary Stampede as both cowboys have won or multiple Go-Rounds in Pool A bareback riding.

On Sunday, they matched each other’s 86 point rides to each make $5,000.

“I’m feeding a lot (off of each ride), honestly I’m a little disappointed in how it went today, she lead the dance and to be the champ here you gotta be dominant on every horse you get on,” O’Connell said.

“I could’ve been better (too), but happy to win first,” Biglow added.

With the Top 4 cowboys advancing to Championship Sunday on July 17, both men look poised to advance with one performance remaining on Monday afternoon. O’Connell has earned $14,000 through three performances to lead the pool and Biglow has made $10,500 to sit third. Between them is three-time NFR qualifier R.C. Landingham with $11,000.




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