Riley Pruitt Enters Top 10 after Win at San Angelo Cinch Chute-Out

Riley Pruitt took the San Angelo Cinch Chute Out after stopping the clock at 7.5 seconds, which got him the win by .2 seconds.

“I threw my hands up I knew it would be close and luckily I was going fast enough.”

Pruitt saw the draw and knew his horse, Caddy, was going to put him in a position to compete for the title.

“He is amazing when I have a good one. I can trust him and I know exactly what he’s going to do.”

Pruitt now sits No. 10 in the PRCA World Standings after the $7,500 win.