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Cheyenne Frontier Days Tie Down Roping Photos

Wednesday, July 27, 2011 - The Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo -
Tie Down Roping Photos

Tie Down Roping Photos

We regret that we somehow managed to get very few tie-down roping pictures. Here are the few we got.

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At Cheyenne, there is a 30 foot score for timed-event contestants (that means the calves and steers get a 30 foot head start), and the judge pulls the barrier by hand. Notice that as the calf leaves the box that he isn't carrying a rope to release the barrier. When he reaches the 30 foot scoreline, the judge will pull the barrier.

A tie-down roper at Cheyenne Frontier Days


A tie-down roper ropes his calf.

A tie-down roper ropes his calf


A tie-down roper runs down the rope.

A tie-down roper runs down the rope


Every so often during the tie-down roping a trick rider from The Fast and the Furious Trick Riders would go tearing down the track.

A trick rider at the Cheyenne Frontier 
Days Rodeo


Jake Hannum, Plain City, UT.

Tie-down roper Jake Hannum


Another trick rider.

A trick rider on the racetrack at The Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo


Clint Robinson, Spanish Fork, UT caught his calf, but his horse stepped over the rope.

Calf roper Clint Robinson


As the rope to the calf tightened, it pulled the horse's leg into the air.

A calf roping horse with his leg 
over the rope


Clint didn't waste any time reaching for his knife to cut the rope.

Calf roper Clint Robinson cuts 
his rope


Help arrived, but Clint cut the rope just as they got there. His horse stayed remarkably quiet.

A tie-down roper cuts his rope


After the rope was cut the calf took part of it with him for a souvenir. The calf and the horse were both unharmed.

A tie-down roping calf lopes away


Sorry, but that's it for the tie-down roping photos. Like I said above, we somehow managed to get only a few. After The Fast and the Furious Trick Riders said good-bye, it was on to the next event.

A final trick from the trick riders.

A trick rider carries an American Flag


After the trick riders waved good-by, it was on to the next rodeo event.

A trick rider waves good-bye to the crowd


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According to our copy of ...Out of the Chutes, a type of program specific for the events that day, here's some stuff you might like to know:

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