This year the Orleans Hotel and Casino play host to another top notch rodeo performance as the Boyd Gaming Cinch Chute-Out comes to town for three days of action. The second annual event began earlier this afternoon as many of the top rodeo athletes that competed for the Elite Rodeo Athletes began their own quest for championship gold and money. These cowboys and cowgirls have been missing from action across town as the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo takes place over at the Thomas & Mack
The notoriety and caliber of the rodeo athletes here these next three days are astounding and will surely give the fans the excitement and action that they are expecting. Last year’s inaugural event started off with a bang, literally, as the fire alarms were sounded during the opening ceremonies and we received a visit from the fine firefighters here in Las Vegas. Tonight we will kick things off with a bang as well but will focus on the athletic talent that will be seen here over the next three performances at the Orleans Hotel and Casino!
Bill Tutor Wins Round One Of The 2016 Cinch Chute Out
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This year’s Boyd Gaming Cinch Chute Out started with an amazing opening ceremony that featured The Henderson, Nevada Police Department singing our nation’s National Anthem that set the tone for the action that was set to take place for the next two hours. The first event of the afternoon was the rough and tumble sport of bareback riding that included some well-known names such as Casey Colletti and the legendary Bobby Mote along with six other very talented professional rodeo athletes.
Once all of the opening ceremonies concluded we were directed to turn our attention the bucking chute end of the arena where these eight gentlemen were set to take center stage. After all of the dust settled and the bareback riding concluded it would be Bill Tutor would lead the rest of the field into tomorrow afternoon’s second round. Tutor would manage to put up a solid 86 point ride and set himself up nicely to qualify for the Chute Out rounds Saturday afternoon! See what he had to say about his round one performance in the interview I was able to do with him below.
Sterling Lambert Takes Home Top Time In Round Number One
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The Boyd Gaming Cinch Chute Out, especially this year, seems to have the feeling of a star-studded affair with many of the most notable names in the sport of professional rodeo competing here at the Orleans. Today we focus on just two of the events that are taking place over the next three days. One of those events we will focus on today will be that of the big boys of steer wrestling that feature names such as Luke Branquihno and Hunter Cure just to name a couple.
Throughout today’s round one performance the contestants put on an amazing display of talent down on the beautiful arena floor at the Orleans Arena. After things were all said and done it was one man that would lead the rest of the field into tomorrow afternoon’s round two. Today that cowboy would be Sterling Lambert who was able to lay down an astounding 3.87 second run. Tomorrow afternoon’s round will determine who comes back to Saturday’s Chute Out rounds! See what the man himself had to say about his round winning run in my exclusive interview I was able to do with him below!
Bill Tutor (86.00) Mason Clements (78.00)
Casey Breuer (80.50) Shane O’Connell (82.00)
Teddy Athan (75.00) Bobby Mote (84.50)
Casey Colletti (B/O) Tilden Hooper (78.00)
Hunter Cure (3.99 Seconds) Luke Branquihno (4.82 Seconds)
Jake Reinhart (NT) Sterling Lambert (3.87 Seconds)
Clayton Moore (3.91 Seconds) Bray Armes (4.37 Seconds)
Tyler Pearson (13.76 Seconds) Kyle Irwin (9.36 Seconds)
Clay Tryan & Jade Corkill (NT) Derrick Begay & Clay O’Brien Cooper (5.22 Seconds
Joe Beaver & McCoy Profili (4.82 Seconds) Billy Boy Brown & Logan Medlin (NT)
Aaron Tsingine & Justin Davis (9.95 Seconds) Dustin Egusquiza & Clark Adock (4.24 Seconds)
Spencer Mithcell & Kinney Harrell (NT) Rhen Richard & Rich Skelon (5.31 Seconds)
Saddle Bronc Riding
Jesse Bail (78.50 Points) Tyrell Smith (N/S)
Spencer Wright (80.00 Points) Chad Ferley (84.00 Points)
Cort Sheer (83.00 Points) Chet Johnson (82.00 Points)
Cole Elshere (80.50 Points) Wade Sundell (82.00 Points)
Fred Whitfield (14.30 Seconds) J.C. Malone (8.78 Seconds)
Bryson Sechrist (8.19 Seconds) Stetson Vest (NT)
Monty Lewis (8.52 Seconds( Adam Gray (7.73 Seconds)
Clint Cooper (NT) Clint Robinson (NT)
Lindsay Sears (19.791 Seconds) Shali Lord (14.662 Seconds)
Katelyn McLeod (15.002 Seconds) Taylor Jacob (15.076 Seconds)
Taylor Langdon (15.470 Seconds) Jana Griemsman (14.754 Seconds)
Nellie Miller (14.992 Seconds) Christine Laughlin (20.112 Seconds)
Trevor Kastner (B/O) Bayle Worden (B/O)
Ardie Maier (B/O) Dalan Duncan (B/O)
Chandler Bownds (B/O) Riker Carter (74.00 Points)
Brett Stall (B/O) Josh Frost (81.00 Points)
After an exciting first round of action here at the Boyd Gaming Cinch Chute Out at the Orleans Hotel and Casino it is creating a buzz as we all look ahead to tomorrow afternoon’s round two. The format is simple, the top six contestants in each event will advance to the chute out rounds Saturday afternoon which will then be dwindled down to the top three that will compete for the championship title in each of the seven events here in Las Vegas at the Boyd Gaming Cinch Chute Out!
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