You are using the AdobeRGB color space in camera raw. Try changing to Prophoto.
My best guess is that you are viewing the camera's embedded preview image in Bridge. Check the chequerboard icon in the toolbar and see if it's set to Prefer Embedded or High Quality. High Quality uses ACR to regenerate previews according to current develop settings, or, if no settings are applied, current defaults.
Bridge's previews are actually sRGB, and images with bigger gamuts tend to look blown out.
I'm not sure how experienced you are with Raw/ACR, but it's worth noting that embedded previews are based on in-camera settings of Picture Control Setting, Saturation, Contrast, etc. Whereas ACR previews are based on ACR defaults (which you can change to taste), Camera Profile and develop settings. ACR ignores most of your camera's settings.
In Bridge, right-click and "purge cache for selection". Sometimes Bridge's color management hangs and it doesn't apply the monitor profile. Purging usually kickstarts it back up.
As long as Photoshop and ACR agree, it's most likely right. If they don't, it's usually a bad display profile.