The 24th edition of the Custer County Classic Bull Riding event took place Monday evening at Trotter Arena in front of the grandstands at the Custer County Fairgrounds. The bulls were tough to ride Monday night with only seven qualified rides posted in the long go. The leader coming out of the long go was Brandon Killcress of Oklahoma with an 83 point ride. Unfortunately, Killcress suffered an injury and could not compete in the short go. There was only one man who would put together two qualified rides on the night and that was Kale Visnieski. The Oklahoma cowboy clinched the title with the only qualified ride in the short go. The ride also produced the highest score of the night which was an 85.