Sept 28 and 29, 2018
My brother Dave went to the Friday night performance with me, which was AWESOME. For the past three years the Logan rodeo has been doused in rain and cold so this was the first time I had ever seen the dirt at the Cache County Fairgrounds. Apparently, the dirt in Logan has a high percentage of dust. Many of the photos will show just how dusty the air became. As Dave put it, I feel sorry for the people living in the wind shadow of the fairgrounds.
This was a terrific rodeo with very effective people helping out in the chutes and corrals. I have combined the Friday performance, Saturday slack, and Saturday performance photos into this one post. There are many more photos on my Flickr account if you are interested: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jsemenza/albums/72157674131621768/
Bareback bronc riding – camera created illusion of a rest
Tie down roping – quick dismount
Saddle bronc riding – going down
Saddle bronc riding – sometimes the horse wins
The bull riding photos just didn’t turn out and I left before they started on the second night.