When Kaycee Feild learned he would face a bronc named Brother during the Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo finals, the two-time world champion knew he was in for a big fight.Feild had clinched the bareback riding title at the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo two years ago after turning in a score of 93 aboard Brother. When the title was at stake Saturday night at Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum, Feild won after turning in an 88.But those 88 points were hard-earned through a bone-jarring, eight-second bout. Feild said the horse was so powerful that it became difficult to open up and make flashy, rhythmic spurring strokes as the ride went on."I got going really good on him during the first part of the ride, but his power caught up with me," Feild said. "Instead of showing off, I had to grit it out. Instead of a flashy finish, it was physical grit and toughness. And that's no understatement."Brother is owned by the JK Rodeo Co. of Carlsbad, N.M., and has performed at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas."That horse is old and very smart," Feild said.Feild, however, still spurred the bronc well enough to receive the 88. After the last bareback bronc had bucked, Feild clinched the title with a four-ride score of 334, six points ahead of seven-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Ryan Gray, who finished second with a 328.Feild clinched his third Fort Worth title in four years. He also finished first in 2010 and 2012.Feild, 25, a five-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier, is the son of Lewis Feild, who clinched world all-around titles in 1985, 1986 and 1987.PBR updateAfter finishing as the only cowboy who stayed on all four bulls, Shane Proctor of Mooresville, N.C., won last weekend's Professional Bull Riders' tour stop in Anaheim, Calif., and moved to No. 1 in the world title race.Proctor also was the only rider to make a qualified ride in the final round, where he turned in a score of 89.25 on a bovine named Buckmaster (Wentz Bucking Bulls). Proctor earned $47,465, after finishing ahead of runner-up Luke Snyder.In the Built Ford Tough Series world standings, Proctor is ranked No. 1 with 3,262 points. Defending world champion Silvano Alves is ranked second with 2,945.Anaheim was the sixth of 26 stops on the Ford Series. The season concludes with the Oct. 23-27 World Finals in Las Vegas.This weekend, the tour stops in St. Louis. It will also come to Arlington's Cowboys Stadium on March 2. For more information, visit www.pbrnow.com.San Antonio rodeoAfter competing in Fort Worth, competitors have migrated to the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo, which began last weekend and runs through Feb. 24. For more information, visit www.sarodeo.com.