San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo: Cinch Chute-Out Winning Rides and Runs

There’s $12,500 available per event in at the Chute Out, and more than half goes to the winner

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The high-octane Short Rounds at the San Angelo Cinch Chute-Out feature just three athletes in each event and have recently served as an an exciting capper to the Texas Swing.

There’s always high scores and fast times, and $7,500 for each of the winners as well.

No. 5 Keenan Hayes, 91.5 Points on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s New Scarlet

No. 10 Stephen Culling, 4.3 Seconds

No. 1 Clint Summers/No. 2 Jake Long, 4.2 Seconds

No. 10 Ryder Wright, 88.5 Points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Toma Jo

No. 4 John Douch, 7.3 Seconds

No. 128 Jackie Ganter, 14.50 Seconds

No. 5 Hayes Weight, 90.5 Points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Time Bomb

Team ropers Jake Clay and Douglas Rich capitalized on a small run from Utah to Oregon ahead of the Summer Run.
Sage Newman picked up two rodeo wins while placing at two more over the weekend to be the No.6 ranked bronc rider in the World.
Rocker Steiner, Sage Newman and Jake Clay/Douglas Rich were some of the big winners
For the second consecutive year, Texas’ own Leighton Berry wins the Parker County Sheriff’s Posse and Frontier Days Rodeo.
The final performance in Weatherford, Texas should pack a punch as we crown champions.
Two performances down in Weatherford and Night No. 3 has a lineup just as strong.
Tristen Hutchings continues to show up and show out in Weatherford, Texas
84 years of advancements have paid off by attracting some of the biggest names in rodeo
Will Lummus won the Arkansas rodeo in dominant fashion last weekend