PHOTO GALLERY: Action from Wednesday night’s CINCH Chute-Out

Rodeo clowns save the day for a bull rider at the 2019 CINCH Chute-Out Wednesday night in Fort Madison. Photos by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

Clint Laye, of Cadagon, Alab., comes right at ya, out of the chute’s during Wednesday night’s Saddle Bronc competition at the Tri-State Rodeo’s CINCH Chute-Out. This year all money from the Chute-Out went to the riders points total for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association national finals rankings. Photos by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC
Trenton Montero, of Winnamucca, Nevada hangs on as his bareback ride almost gets sideways just past the Huffman’s Farm & Home chute in the round of 10. The top three riders out of the round of 10 went to a round of three to determine the night’s champion.
Riders with the Cervi Rodeo Team help pull a rider off his horse after a full ride Wednesday night in the one-night only $10,000 per event CINCH Chute-Out.
Jeff Askey flies off Stolen Thunder in early bullriding action Wednesday night.
Jacobs Crawley holds on tight during as his horse moves left to right out of the chute.
Saddle Bronc Champion Mitchell Pollock prepares for landing in his winning ride in front of the crowd at C.E. “Eddie” Richards Arena as part of the CINCH Chute-Out Wednesday night. Pollock’s ride was the final saddle bronc ride of the night and he hit an 89.5 for $10,000.
A new edition to the show was a full-on laser spectacle that lit up the C.E. “Eddie” Richards Arena, and actually created animated moving images on the arena ground. Thanks to new instant lighting installed last year, the rodeo arena is now able to go dark and have lights immediately back on.
Sage Steele Kinsey gets in the final bullride of the evening Wednesday. Kinsey had already won the championship due to a tie breaker and the other two in the Round of 3, not staying on the ride. But Kinsey went the full 8 seconds on Rocky, who had never had a cowboy stay on for a full ride. Photos by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

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