When J.W. Harris is about to jump aboard a rampaging rodeo bull, he prepares for the worst."You treat each bull like it's the buckingest thing that you're ever going to get on," Harris said. "You just make sure you're ready for whatever he throws at you."That's why Harris, who is from Mullin, has won the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association's bull riding title three times.And that's why he tied for second place at the Fort Worth Stock Show's Bulls' Night Out, a two-day show that featured the PRCA's top hands.Harris posted scores of 86.5 and 88.5 in two rounds of a sold-out performance on Wednesday night at Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum.His two-ride aggregate of 175 was the highest score of the night as the 10th annual Bulls' Night Out show concluded its two-day run.But the 175 was 2.5 points behind winner Cody Teel of Kountze who competed on Tuesday. Harris tied for second with Chandler Bownds of Lubbock who finished with a 175 after competing on Tuesday.Teel, who clinched the PRCA's 2012 bull riding title at last month's Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, earned $6,553 after winning the 2013 Bulls' Night Out title.Teel also turned in the highest one-ride score at Bulls' Night Out, a 90.5, in Tuesday's second round on a bull named Snake, owned by the Wild Card Rodeo Co. He was the only cowboy who reached the elite-90s.Harris pocketed $3,421 after tying for the reserve championship.He said he thrived on drawing two bulls that can help a cowboy earn a higher score.In the first round, he turned in the 86.5 aboard a bovine named Blood Hound, which is owned by Sammy Andrews.During the second round, he conquered a spinner named Rainbow, owned by the Classic Pro Rodeo Co."I drew two good bulls," Harris said. "My first bull went [spun] to the left and he was what you want. My second bull also went to the left and he was just good."Harris also is entered in the Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo's traditional PRCA show, which begins its 17-day run tonight.He is scheduled to ride in evening performances tonight and Friday.PRCA show updateFour-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Clint Robinson of Spanish Fork, Utah, took the lead in the Stock Show PRCA Rodeo's tie-down roping first round after turning in a time of 7.6 seconds during a Wednesday morning performance.Robinson competed during the slack performance, which features the overflow of cowboys who are not scheduled to compete in the main shows.Three cowboys are tied for second after posting times of 8.1 seconds. They are Marty Yates, Stetson Vest and Scott Meeks.The steer wrestling slack performance is scheduled for 9 a.m. today.The PRCA rodeo's first main performance begins at 7:30 tonight. The 17-day competition ends Feb. 9.