Professional Bull Riders (PBR)

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With high performance STANLEY equipment at the ready, no steel barrier, panel or chute gate is left unchecked. So while the rider faces their fiercest opponent, and the action and drama unfold, the teams and spectators can be safe in the knowledge that the arena has been built, maintained and secured by the best tools in the business.

 

Meet the STANLEY Riders


Jess has professional Western sports in his blood. Jess started his professional bull riding career in 2015 on the Touring Pro series. This year, as a Team STANLEY bull rider, he continues to make a name for himself as one of the top up and coming riders in the sport. Jess is a 3-time High School Rodeo Champion, and the 2016 PBR Rookie of the Year.
In addition to being a two-time Northern Rodeo Association bull riding champion, Jess is an accomplished wrestler, having won the Class B-C 98-pound Montana state wrestling championship in 2013. 


Since making his Professional Bull Riders debut in 2010, Alves has earned an impressive list of accolades that make him arguably the most accomplished bull rider in history. The 3-time World Champion is the first rider to win the World Title in the season immediately after winning PBR Rookie of the Year (2010), the first rider to win back-to-back championships (2011-2012), and the fastest rider to earn $1, $2, $3, $4, and $5 million, making him the second highest earning bull rider in Western sports history with $5.58 million in career earnings. When he’s not on the road competing in the PBR, the third generation bull rider from Pilar Do Sul, Brazil, enjoys spending time with his family at their home in Decatur, TX.


Since coming onto the Professional Bull Riding scene in 2010, Triplett’s focus and consistency as a rider has started to pay off. 2015 was the Columbia Falls, MT., bull rider’s best year yet as he achieved his first three PBR BFTS event wins in Oklahoma City, Anaheim, and the 15/15 Bucking Battle event in Allentown, PA. Building his momentum early in the season, Triplett took the lead in the World Standings with a Top-5 finish in the fourth event of the season in Sacramento, CA., and held that spot for eight weeks by putting up a Top-10 finish in five of the first six events. He was ranked either No. 1 or No. 2 in the World Standings for 16 events, and finished the BFTS season with six Top-5 and 14 Top-10 finishes. Qualifying for the PBR World Finals for the third consecutive year, Triplett’s 5th place finish was the second consecutive year he has finished inside the Top-5.


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STANLEY is honored to support three of the most dedicated, courageous and successful riders in the world of PBR: Jess Lockwood, Silvano Alves and Matt Triplett.