Sage became a rodeo sensation well before most kids know how to do their own laundry. When he was just 20, he was already regarded as the king of bull riding, becoming one of the youngest bull riders to win a coveted gold buckle in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR) in his rookie season.
By most accounts, Sage is a born natural when it comes to the world's most dangerous sport. His accomplishments in his still young career are staggering. He made his first million at age 22, has won four world titles (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) and finished the 2017 season as the number one ranked rider in the WNFR.
Sage grew up in the small community of Strong City, Oklahoma, with a population ranging between 25 or 30, depending upon who you ask. His cowboy roots can be traced back to his father Ted, who was a longtime rodeo barrelman/clown who worked the national rodeo tour; while his mother has history in rodeo, and sister and younger brother are all professional trick riders.
Sage is passionate, determined, confident and loves the outdoors and the Western way of life.