Kaycee Feild is riding outstanding. He’s a phenomenal bareback rider, the son of a five-time world champion, Lewis Feild.
But he didn’t deserve the win Saturday’s third go-round. The round should’ve been won by Steven Dent, who rode the horse of the year, Frontier Rodeo’s Full Baggage, for 89.5 points.
I give Kaycee credit for his ability, but he became the first bareback rider since John Edwards in 1969 to win the first three go-rounds of the NFR.
But Kaycee didn’t deserve the win; I’m not sure he should’ve placed higher than fourth. If the judges keep this up, the PRCA should just give Kaycee his first gold buckle right now.