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Whitehead Memorial Museum Presents
46th Annual
George Paul Memorial
Xtreme Bull Riding

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Office Hours:
9am-12pm and 1-5pm
Office Phone
Office Location:
2006 N Main under the Big Grandstands

General Admission tickets can be purchased in advance, cash only, at:
C&S Western Wear - 2200 Veteran's
 Cowboy John's - 611 E. Gibbs
or at the gate the days of the event.

Reserved Bleacher and Reserved Grandstand tickets must be purchased at the GPMXBR office in advance

Title Sponsors:

The Khoury Group

Bud Lite

Cripple Creek Restaurant
City of Del Rio


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46th Annual
Friday April 26, 2024
Saturday April 27, 2024
Both Nights 8:00 pm

The George Paul Memorial Xtreme Bull Riding does not sell Any Tickets Online. It has come to our attention that there are websites attempting to sell general admission tickets online. They will not be accepted at our front gate.

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Josh FrostThere are cowboys. And then there are those who live the cowboy way. Josh Frost might as well run his highlights in black and white. He is old school. His hobby is riding horses and roping. And he just happens to be one of the best bull riders in the world. Frost continued his pursuit of a fourth consecutive berth in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo with his third Xtreme Bulls victory this season. Frost eclipsed the competition Saturday night, claiming the average title with 179 points on two head at the George Paul Memorial Bull Riding in Del Rio, Texas. "It was such a great environment. It was awesome, one of the coolest. They are totally into it," Frost said. "It was so loud in there you could barely hear the whistle." Frost brought the noise with his 91-point ride on Sutton Rodeo's Schott in the Dark in the short round. The 28-year-old knew when he drew the stock, he had more than a shot in the dark to win the top prize. "The whole short round there were a lot of great bulls. I don't know if he was the best, but he dang sure was in the top 3," Frost said. "It was a really good ride. I had seen that bull a couple of times and always wanted to get on him. He took me right, then he was going left. I wasn't ever in a perfect position. But, yeah, it worked out." Frost arrived at the event ranked No. 9 in the PRCA | RAM World Standings. His goals remain lofty after finishing second in the world standings last season fueled by netting third place at the NFR. "Yep (I want to win it all). It's easy to keep my focus. I love riding bulls and not that many people love doing their job. So, the motivation keeps me going," Frost said. "And I know it's a marathon, not a sprint." What makes Frost unique is his versatility. He has won the Linderman Award four straight years by earning money in tie-down roping, steer wrestling and team roping. He has yet to compete in those events this season as he worked through an injury but will do so next month. "The plan is to get in the practice pen and get going. I do it because honestly, I love competing and I take a lot of pride in the Linderman Award," Frost said. "And when I am not riding bulls, I thoroughly enjoy riding a horse and roping calves. It brings me joy. I guess you could say that's my hobby.

George Paul Memorial Bullriding Poster 2024


Sage Kimzey Sage Kimzey Sage Kimzey


It is part of the charm of sports. Regardless of success and experience, butterflies can flutter in the belly before a competition. It is a reminder of what is at stake and the difficulty of the task.

Sage Kimzey rediscovered goosebumps this season after returning from left shoulder surgery that ended his 2022 campaign prematurely. After battling bouts of inconsistency early this season, the seven-time PRCA World Champion is putting the competition on notice that he's rounding back into form. Read More at ProRodeo.Com

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2023 George Paul Bullriding Poster  

2022 Champion Brady Portenier

Brady Portenier has one trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo under his belt and it's a place he would like to return.
He helped his cause and them some at the 44th George Paul Memorial Division 1 Xtreme Bull Riding in Del Rio, Texas, April 30.
In a matter of 30 minutes, Portenier climbed on the back of two of the sports best bulls and made them count. In the long round, he rode 4L & Diamond S Rodeo's Blood Alley for 89.5 points, punching his ticket to the 10-man championship.
The Caldwell, Idaho, cowboy wasn't done shining in the Texas lights. In the finals, he tamed 4L & Diamond S Rodeo's Space Unicorn for 87 points. That performance secured the second Xtreme Bulls win of his career with 176.5 points on two head. It was a matchup he's been looking forward to for over two years.
"I've been on that bull before, but didn't get the job done," said Portenier, 27. "I do a pretty good job of having a short memory with these bulls, it can be both good and bad.
"I knew what he was, but honestly I couldn't remember a ton about the previous ride. So, I just went at him jump for jump and it worked out in my favor."
The fall and winter rodeo run didn't go quite as well as Portenier had hoped. He went into Del Rio outside the top 50 of the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $11,994 earned so far this season. His win at the Xtreme Bulls event put $11,630 in his pockets alone.
That 16 seconds of work nearly doubled his season earnings in 2022. He said it's a win like this that can get a cowboy pointed in the right direction with the summer run right around the corner.
"I've definitely had better winters in the past, but like I tell everyone you never know when it's going to be your chance to win. You are just as liable to stay on him as he is to buck you off, so you might as well go out there and try a little bit," he said.
"This win will a hundred percent give a guy confidence going down the road. Those little aches and pains don't hurt as bad as they used to."
Portenier's last trip to the Finals came in 2020, when he finished ninth in the world standings. He said if there's one thing he knows, it's that it takes consistency if you want to punch your ticket to Las Vegas when the season ends in September.
"Consistency is the name of the game in bull riding," Portenier said. "To me that's what it takes to be good bull rider and qualify for those big events. Hopefully I can put it all together the rest of the season."

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