Lucky E Rodeo (IPRA.APRA): Clinton County Fair Pro Rodeo July 9th 2024

bucked off
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Evan Patrie

Nathan Santos would get bucked off the magic mike short of the 8 seconds into the fence as none of the three bull riders would be able to complete the eight seconds on this day. It would be the first Clinton County Fair Pro Rodeo in association with the Lucky E Rodeo the International Pro Rodeo Association (IPRA) and the American Pro Rodeo Association (APRA) on the opening day of the 2024 Clinton County Fair. It would be a good crowd as they would show off eight disciplines of action from the Rodeo with the Bareback and Saddle Bronc Bucking, Team Roping, Tie Down Roping, Steer Wrestling, Breakaway Roping, Barrell Racing, and Bull Riding. The night would start off the Bareback Riding and there would be a tie on the night at 74 between Bucky Mealpine and Matthew Smith. Then we would be onto the Team Roping the win would go to the brother duo of Chase and Shawn Quinn as they would have the only clean run of the night at 7.3. There would be no winner on the night in the Saddle Bronc as there would only be one competitor on the night and there would be no winner as he would get bucked off. Then it would be the newest aspect of the rodeo breakaway roping for the ladies and the winner would be Pepper Cook with a time of 3.6. Then we would have some wrestling at the rodeo as the cowboys would wrestle the steers and the winner on the night would be Coy Dyer with one of the slowest runs you will see for the win with a 28.1. Then it would be the Tie Down Roping and the winner on the night would be Trent Turner with the time of 9.8. Then the leads would hit the arena for the second time with the Barrell Racing and the winner would be April McMasters. Then to finish the night it would be the popular bull riding and there would be three riders on the night but no one could last the 8 seconds so there would be no winner. Now we will wait to see if the Lucky E Rodeo and the second Clinton County Fair Pro Rodeo will be back next year. Gallery

around the neck in tie down
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Evan Patrie

Mike Green shoots it around the neck in the tie-down roping off the calf for a time of 17.5.Gallery

Clinton County Fair Pro Rodeo

Lucky E Rodeo Company
bucking bronco
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Kyle Coryea

Bucky Mcealpine lay right back as he was getting bucked down the arena and would tie for the win with a score of 74. It would be the first Clinton County Fair Pro Rodeo in association with the Lucky E Rodeo the International Pro Rodeo Association (IPRA) and the American Pro Rodeo Association (APRA) on the opening day of the 2024 Clinton County Fair. It would be a good crowd as they would show off eight disciplines of action from the Rodeo with the Bareback and Saddle Bronc Bucking, Team Roping, Tie Down Roping, Steer Wrestling, Breakaway Roping, Barrell Racing, and Bull Riding. The night would start off the Bareback Riding and there would be a tie on the night at 74 between Bucky Mealpine and Matthew Smith. Then we would be onto the Team Roping the win would go to the brother duo of Chase and Shawn Quinn as they would have the only clean run of the night at 7.3. There would be no winner on the night in the Saddle Bronc as there would only be one competitor on the night and there would be no winner as he would get bucked off. Then it would be the newest aspect of the rodeo breakaway roping for the ladies and the winner would be Pepper Cook with a time of 3.6. Then we would have some wrestling at the rodeo as the cowboys would wrestle the steers and the winner on the night would be Coy Dyer with one of the slowest runs you will see for the win with a 28.1. Then it would be the Tie Down Roping and the winner on the night would be Trent Turner with the time of 9.8. Then the leads would hit the arena for the second time with the Barrell Racing and the winner would be April McMasters. Then to finish the night it would be the popular bull riding and there would be three riders on the night but no one could last the 8 seconds so there would be no winner. Now we will wait to see if the Lucky E Rodeo and the second Clinton County Fair Pro Rodeo will be back next year. Gallery

Manchester Invitational Championship Night December 16th, 2023

Pro Bull Riders (PBR)
championship ride
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Kyle Coryea

Brady Fielder would ride the #4 ranked bull in the world UTZ Bestex Smokestack to the only 90-point ride of the weekend at 91 points and claim victory. It would be the second night of the 2024 edition of the PBR Manchester Invitational from SNHU Arena and there would be a sell-out crowd in attendance with over 11 thousand western sports fans in attendance. It would be the 4th time the PBR would come to Manchester, New Hampshire and we would see if we could have our fourth different event winner. It would start with the 40 best cowboys in the world all getting a second chance to ride the eight seconds before they would bring back the top 12 for the championship round. When the dust settles there would be only three riders covering all three bulls on the weekend with Brady Fielder getting the best of them all with a 260.25 for the weekend rounding out the top three would be Kaique Pacheco second with 254.75 and Alan De Souza with 252.50. With Brady Fielder's win, it would be their first career win on the PBR Unleash the Beast Tour and the first win on the tour for anyone from Australia since 2015. With the win, Brady Fielder would move to the 4th spot in the world title chance chasing Cassio Dias as they will take a week off for the Christmas break before they head to Albany on December 29th and 20th to finish off the 2023 portion of the season as the road continues to the World Finals in Dallas, Texas, and ATT Stadium. Gallery

Manchester Invitational Round 1 Pro Bull Riders (PBR) December 15th 2023

with the form
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Kyle Coryea

Casey Roberts would draw Country Club in the opening round and would be in perfect form for the first half of the ride but a tricky jump would send him to the dirt short of the 8 seconds and get no score. The Professional Bull Riders and the Unleash the Beast would pull into Manchester, New Hampshire, and the fourth stop on the 2024 tour with 40 of the best bull riders in the world for the fourth year in a row for the Manchester Invitational at the SNHU Arena. The first half of the night would be going the way of the Bulls as there would be only 4 qualified rides of the first 18 outs. The the second half of the night cowboys would get the upper hand on the Bulls as they would ride 11 out of the last 22 as we get to the best Cowboys in the world. There would be a few issues along the way as there would have to be six rides throughout the night. When the dust would settle on the opening night there would be a tie at the top of the pile with A pair of Brazilians Eduardo Aparecido and Felipe Furlan tied at 86.25 but the top 6 would only be separated by 2 with Silvano Alves, Jesse Petri, Lucas Divino, and Alan de Souza rounding it out for the night. As we head into the second day with round 2 and then the top 12 will come back for the championship short go to settle the title for the Manchester Invitational. Gallery.

looking right at the bull
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Kyle Coryea

Luciano De Castro would draw All in from Painted Pony Championships and ride him for 83 points as he held it dead center for most of the 8 seconds. Gallery.

Manchester Invitational Round 1 December 15th, 2023

Pro Bull Riders (PBR)
over the front
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Kyle Coryea

Boudreaux Campbell would be ableto ride Tall Boy for 83.50 as he would be leaning right over the front of the bull for the 8 seconds ride to get the weekend started. The Professional Bull Riders and the Unleash the Beast would pull into Manchester, New Hampshire, and the fourth stop on the 2024 tour with 40 of the best bull riders in the world for the fourth year in a row for the Manchester Invitational at the SNHU Arena. The first half of the night would be going the way of the Bulls as there would be only 4 qualified rides of the first 18 outs. The the second half of the night cowboys would get the upper hand on the Bulls as they would ride 11 out of the last 22 as we get to the best Cowboys in the world. There would be a few issues along the way as there would have to be six rides throughout the night. When the dust would settle on the opening night there would be a tie at the top of the pile with A pair of Brazilians Eduardo Aparecido and Felipe Furlan tied at 86.25 but the top 6 would only be separated by 2 with Silvano Alves, Jesse Petri, Lucas Divino, and Alan de Souza rounding it out for the night. As we head into the second day with round 2 and then the top 12 will come back for the championship short go to settle the title for the Manchester Invitational. Gallery.

Albany Invitational Championship Night Pro Bull Riders (PBR) December 30th 2022

stretched out
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Kyle Coryea

Brady Olsen would be stretched out over the back of Night Moves as he would ride him for an 87.5 ride good enough to make the final 12. It would be the championship night of the PBR's return to Albany, NY after a 14-year absence and the packed house would be treated to a great performance by the cowboys and bulls on the night. It would take a score of 87 to make the championship round, and ten riders would be perfect on the weekend headed into the championship round. In the championship round, Rafael Jose de Brito would have the first pick in the final 12 as he scored 176.25 and would take Top Dollar. In the championship round, there would be four qualified rides and the top score of the round and the weekend would go to Mason Taylor with 89.5 and an event total of 178.5 which would be good enough for fourth on the weekend. When the dust would settle on the weekend there would be three riders that would ride all three bulls with Andrew Alvidrez getting the win for the second event in a row with a score of 264.5 rounding out the top three would be Boudreaux Campbell 2nd with a 260.75 ad Silvano Alves with a 254. Next up will be the first major of the year as they head into New York City and Madison Square Gardens and the question going into the weekend is will Andrew Alvidrez make it three in a row as he looks to extend his lead as the top rider in the world on the PBR Unleash the Beast tour. Gallery

right over the front
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Kyle Coryea

Koltin Hevalow on Moon Juice in the championship round stretched out over the front but could not make the eight seconds and finish the weekend tied for 7th. Gallery

Albany Invitational Championship Night December 30th 2022

Pro Bull Riders (PBR)
Albany Invitational champion
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Kyle Coryea

Andrew Alvidrez raises the buckle as he is crowned the 2022 Albany Invitational winner and winner for the second event in a row on the season and becomes the number one rider in the world. It would be the championship night of the PBR's return to Albany, NY after a 14-year absence and the packed house would be treated to a great performance by the cowboys and bulls on the night. It would take a score of 87 to make the championship round, and ten riders would be perfect on the weekend headed into the championship round. In the championship round, Rafael Jose de Brito would have the first pick in the final 12 as he scored 176.25 and would take Top Dollar. In the championship round, there would be four qualified rides and the top score of the round and the weekend would go to Mason Taylor with 89.5 and an event total of 178.5 which would be good enough for fourth on the weekend. When the dust would settle on the weekend there would be three riders that would ride all three bulls with Andrew Alvidrez getting the win for the second event in a row with a score of 264.5 rounding out the top three would be Boudreaux Campbell 2nd with a 260.75 ad Silvano Alves with a 254. Next up will be the first major of the year as they head into New York City and Madison Square Gardens and the question going into the weekend is will Andrew Alvidrez make it three in a row as he looks to extend his lead as the top rider in the world on the PBR Unleash the Beast tour. Gallery

Albany Invitional Opening Night Pro Bull Riders (PBR) December 30th 2022

holding o to the side
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Kyle Coryea

Andrew Alvidrez rides Skull Crusher to 87.5 for his 4th straight ride as he goes for his second straight event win. The PBR would make their triumph return to Albany NY and the MVP Arena after a 14-year absence and bring the Unleash the Beast Tour with the top 35 riders and bulls in the world and the fans that filled the arena would be there be entertained. With that it would be a night that you would say would be a draw as the buck off to ride rate was 18 rides on the night. The bulls were having issues on the early part of the night with traction on the dirt as the dirt was still a little wet that they had trucked in after all the snow that area has seen lately. With that being said the leader after night one would be Rafael Jose de Brito with a 88.25 second would be Andrew Alvidrez with 87.5 (going for a second win a row while Tate Pollmeier, Colten Fritzlan and Manoelito de Souza Junior would round out the top 5 on the night. The riders and bulls will be back in action tomorrow night as they will go for the second and championship round to determine the winner of the PBR return to Albany in the Albany invitational and who will have all the momentum as they head into the first major of the season next weekend at Madison Square Gardens in New York City. Gallery

high flying
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Kyle Coryea

Colten Fritzlan would get the PBR return to Albany started off with a bang with a high-flying ride on Crossover with a 87 that he would lead all the way till the last 4 rides of the night. Gallery

Albany Invitational Night #1 December 29th 2022

Pro Bull Riders (PBR)
perfect form
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Kyle Coryea

Rafael Jose de Brito in perfect form as he rode Yukon to a 88.25 and have the lead after the opening night The PBR would make their triumph return to Albany NY and the MVP Arena after a 14-year absence and bring the Unleash the Beast Tour with the top 35 riders and bulls in the world and the fans that filled the arena would be there be entertained. With that it would be a night that you would say would be a draw as the buck off to ride rate was 18 rides on the night. The bulls were having issues on the early part of the night with traction on the dirt as the dirt was still a little wet that they had trucked in after all the snow that area has seen lately. With that being said the leader after night one would be Rafael Jose de Brito with a 88.25 second would be Andrew Alvidrez with 87.5 (going for a second win a row while Tate Pollmeier, Colten Fritzlan and Manoelito de Souza Junior would round out the top 5 on the night. The riders and bulls will be back in action tomorrow night as they will go for the second and championship round to determine the winner of the PBR return to Albany in the Albany invitational and who will have all the momentum as they head into the first major of the season next weekend at Madison Square Gardens in New York City. Gallery

Manchester Invitational Championship Sunday December 18th 2022

Pro Bull Riders (PBR)
championship ride
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Andrew Alvidrez rides Yellowknife to 91.75 and 263.25 and is in complete control throughout the 8-second ride. It would be championship Sunday at the PBR Manchester Invitational as the top 35 riders in the world would get one more shot to fill in the top 12 spots in the short go to be crowned the weekend champion. It would be night number two of the PBR Manchester Invitational in front of another sellout crowd and it would take a ride of just 86.25 to get into finals including there would be 4 riders that would be perfect on the weekend (Cooper Davis, Jesse Petri, Andrew Alviderez and Marcus Mast). Then it would be onto to short go to settle a champion and it would go to Andrew Alvidrez with a 91.75 ride in the finals for a three-round total of 263.25 for the nine-point win over Jesse Petri and the 44 thousand dollars first-place check and take the three spot in the world rankings. Although he wouldn't win the event on the weekend Cooper Davis would take over the #1 spot in the world rankings with his top-six finish. The PBR will be back in action December 29th and 30th at the MVP Arena in Albany, NY for the fifth stop on tour and we will see who the newer riders are on top as the first cut of the season takes place after the Manchester Invitational weekend and if Cooper Davis can stay number one on the season. Gallery

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