Brody Cress makes history at Cheyenne Frontier Days

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Cheyenne, Wy- Brody Cress brought the house down the last couple of days at the rodeo. He posted an 88 on his first go, a 78.5 on his second go, and an 86 on his third.

One cowboy, Wyatt Casper, could stand in Cress' way from going back-to-back.

Casper, coming off a score of 81, needed a 90 to beat Cress and stop the champion from repeating. On a re-ride, he scored 87.

Brody Cress makes history by being the first back-to-back Saddle Bronc Champion since the 1936 CFD and Cheyenne couldn't be more proud.

"For Cheyenne Frontier Days to think highly enough of me to let me represent them all around the world wearing their patch on my chaps and vest, to come to such a historic rodeo and a home town rodeo in front of people who help get to where I am at today and to put together 3 rides good enough to win last year and this year....I'm blessed to do that," Cress said.