WATCH: The Lane Frost Legacy Continues In San Angelo
SAN ANGELO, TX -- No need to flip out Saturday night was time to crown some Cinch Chute Out champions.
Let’s get the party started with Barrel Racing. Jordon Briggs the defending world champion barrel racer. This time next year she’ll be able to say she's the defending San Angelo Cinch Chute Out Champion. Her and her horse Rollo clocked a 14.19 time to take home the title and a $3,000 check.
Speaking of world champions how about Kaleb Driggers & Junior Nogueira? The defending team roping world champs with three world titles between the them they showed us how it was done taking the San Angelo Cinch Chute Out Championship and $7,500 each.
As for the steer wrestlers, check out the Rajin Cajun Tyler Waguespack who did work for a 3.7 second time. The 3-time world champ bested Tristan Martin by half a second to win the title and a check a for a cool $7,500.
In bull riding. Talk about L-I-V-I-N. In the long round the top 10 cowboy in world Ernie Courson Jr. climbed aboard the Pete Carr Bull Marbrol Man and went to work for an 86.5 point score but it was the celebration after the ride that stunned the crowd. The backflip and the landing.
More from the long round. Josh Frost was given a re-ride due to his bull, Black Bart slipping to ground. It wasn’t long after his first ride that he got on the back of the Pete Carr bull Hammer Head notching a 75- point score while snagging the final spot in the short round.
Thanks to the re-ride Frost was given new life because in the short go he was the only cowboy to go the distance but just barely. Frost managed to hold on to the side of Pete Carr’s Curley Bill long enough for an 87.5-point ride to outlast Earnie Courson Jr and 2022 San Angelo X-Treme Bulls Champion Ky Hamilton. Following the ride, Frost spoke about hanging for the final ride of the night and what it means to carry on the Frost family legacy. It's bull riding presented by First Financial Bank.