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Cody
Wright

Milford
,
Utah
Ranch & Rodeo
Cody Wright
The Wright name turns heads in the rodeo world, and it's all because of Cody. He's a two-time World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider who's inspired his six brothers and four sons to take on bronc riding and chase championships of their own. Today, the Wright Boys train, travel and compete together as a unit. But beyond setting records and building legacies, Cody Wright is first and foremost a family man, and enjoys unwinding in Milford, Utah, with his wife on the few weeks out of the year he's not en route to the next rodeo.

Q:

What goes through your head when you first wake up in the morning when you bronc ride?

A:

What's going on at home with my wife, kids, and grandkids?

Q:

Where is your favorite place to bronc ride?

A:

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, but my favorite regular season rodeo would be Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and the Calgary Stampede.

Q:

How do you up your game year after year?

A:

I practice mentally and physically and always strive to be better every day as a bronc rider, as well as a person.

Q:

If you could do anything better, what would it be?

A:

Be a better dad.

Q:

Who are your heroes? Who do you look up to?

A:

My parents and Shawn Davis are my heroes. I look up to them for the people they are and for the life lessons they have taught me.

Q:

What haven't you accomplished that you aspire to do in your lifetime?

A:

Win a third world title.

Q:

What part of you, or what you do, reflects a spirit of restlessness?

A:

My best ride is always my next ride and my best day is always tomorrow. I am always striving to be better in everything I do and that reflects a restlessness in me that always wants to be better and do better and to always help others around me to be the best they can be.

Q:

If there is any love-hate relationship with any aspect of what you do, can you describe what that is?

A:

I love being able to do what I love and make a living at it but I hate that it requires so much time away from my family and all the things that I enjoy doing, like ranching, rodeoing, dog training and riding colts, as well as missing all the activities my children are involved in.

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