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CINCH Boyd Gaming Chute-Out Stock Contractors Announced
15 legendary and hall of fame contractors to provide stock at the Orleans Arena Dec. 10-12
LAS VEGAS — Boyd Gaming today unveiled the elite list of stock contractors that will be providing all-star bucking horses and bulls in the inaugural CINCH Boyd Gaming Chute-Out, scheduled Dec. 10-12 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
Some of rodeo’s biggest names will be competing in the first-ever Chute-Out, including fan favorites and world champions like Cody Ohl, Fred Whitfield, JW Harris, Joe Beaver and Cody Wright. Competitors of this stature deserve to have the opportunity to work with world class contractors and livestock.
“Legendary and Hall of Fame contractors like Cotton Rosser of Flying U Rodeo, the ‘Duke of the Chutes,’ Harry Vold of Vold Rodeo Company, Cervi Rodeo Company, and powerhouse Frontier Rodeo from Winnie, Texas will help make the first-ever CINCH Boyd Gaming Chute-Out an event to remember,” said Chris Gibase, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Boyd Gaming. “This elite list of world-renowned rodeo contractors are bringing top quality, rank animals from across North America to help us stage a truly world-class rodeo event.”
The named stock contractors are:
Burch Rodeo Company, Rozet, Wyo.
C5 Rodeo Company, Lac La Biche, Alberta
Cervi Rodeo Company, Roggen, Colo.
Diamond S Bucking Bulls, Weatherford, Tex.
Flying U Rodeo Company, Marysville, Calif.
Frontier Rodeo Company, Winnie, Tex.
Growney Rodeo Company, Red Bluff, Calif.
Hi Lo Rodeo Company, Emerson, Ark.
Korkow Rodeo Company, Blunt, S.D.
Pete Carr Rodeo Company, Dallas, Tex.
Stace Smith/Smith, Harper & Morgan, Athens, Tex.
Sutton Rodeo Company, Onida, S.D.
Terry Williams Bucking Bulls, Carthage, Tex.
Three Hills Rodeo Company, Bernard, Iowa
Vold Rodeo Company, Arvada, Colo.
“With 64 top-ranked contestants and 15 elite rodeo contractors, the first-ever CINCH Boyd Gaming Chute-Out will be a must-see competition for rodeo fans in Las Vegas this December,” Gibase said. “We have seen a lot of interest in this year’s Chute-Out, as well as future years, as season tickets are selling quickly. With tickets starting at just $20, the Orleans Hotel Casino will be rocking every afternoon for ‘A New Way to Rodeo.”
More details about the CINCH Boyd Gaming Chute-Out will be announced in the coming weeks.
The CINCH Boyd Gaming Chute-Out takes place at the Orleans Arena Dec. 10-12, from 2 to 4 p.m. each day. Tickets start at $20 and are on sale now. To purchase room and ticket packages or event-only tickets, download the CINCH Boyd Gaming Chute-Out app on your phone. For further information about all of Boyd Gaming’s rodeo events, visit BoydChuteOut.com.
About Boyd Gaming
Headquartered in Las Vegas, Boyd Gaming is a leading diversified owner and operator of 22 gaming entertainment properties located in Nevada, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and New Jersey. Additional news and information on Boyd Gaming can be found at www.boydgaming.com
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