The rodeo must go on

Jace Jackman photo Tom Brown carries the American flag into the arena at the Sublette County Fairgrounds Friday, July 3, during the Chuckwagon Days rodeo as the crowd watches from vehicles on the terraces and listens to the announcer over the radio.

In an unusual time when

many events are canceled, the Chuckwagon

Days Rodeo went old school.

Instead of using the grandstands, terraces

were used to park vehicles where those attending

the rodeo could see the action and

hear the events broadcast over the radio.

The top three finishers in each event included:

Junior barrels

First – Morgan Watts

Second – Autumn McFarland

Third – Ellie Baker

Mini saddlebronc

First – Braunson Sims

Breakaway

First – Autumn Farland

Second – Taylor Nichols

Third – Lacy Hicks

Ranch bronc

First – Travon Cowdell

Second – Mason Erickson

Third – Cole Thomas

Bareback

First – Cooper Cooke

Senior mini bareback

Second – Eian Smith

Third – Rowdy Benjamin

Open barrels

First – Darcie Moody

Second – Sierra Farland

Third – Taylor Nichols

First – Braunson Sims

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