35th Anniversary Cinch Timed Event Contestant Roster
Updated: Mar 1, 2019
The Lazy E Arena is proud to announce the cowboys competing at the 35th Anniversary of the Cinch Timed Event Championship.
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October 18, 2018
*Revised February 5, 2019
The Lazy E Arena is excited to announce the roster of cowboys slated to compete at the 35th Anniversary of the Cinch Timed Event Championship. Dubbed the Ironman of ProRodeo, the event will take place March 8-10, 2019.
An event that highlights the endurance, strength and grit of the rodeo cowboy, the coveted title has crowned some of the greatest champions in the sport over the years with fourteen cowboys earning the title of Ironman. The title commands respect, but with a payout of $100,000 to the winner, there is more than a title on the line.
This year, the Lazy E Arena will welcome back 20 contenders for the competition. They are;
*Brent Lewis of Roswell, New Mexico
Cody Doescher of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Clay Smith of Broken Bow, Oklahoma
Justin Thigpen of Waycross, Georgia
Marcus Theriot of Poplarville, Mississippi
Lane Karney of Creston, California
*Joel Bach of Rhome, Texas
*Cody Cabral of Hilo, Hawaii
Cash Myers of Athens, Texas
Paul D. Tierney of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Rhen Richard of Roosevelt, Utah
KC Jones of Burlington, Wyoming
Erich Rogers of Round Rock, Arizona
Landon McClaugherty of Tilden, Texas
Shay Carroll of Hico, Texas
Jess Tierney of Hermosa, South Dakota
Shank Edwards of Tatum, New Mexico
Trevor Brazile of Decatur, Texas
Clayton Hass of Stephenville, Texas
And Jordan Ketscher, the 2018 Ironman Champion of Squaw Valley, California
*Joel Bach replaces Russel Cardoza for the 2019 CTEC due to medical circumstances.
* Trell Etbauer replaces Daniel Green for the 2019 CTEC due to a family illness.
* Justin Thigpen replaces Jo Jo Lemond for the 2019 CTEC due to prolonged healing of an injury.
*Cody Cabral replaces Kyle Lockett for the 2019 CTEC due to a scheduling conflict.
* Brent Lewis replaces Trell Etbauer for the 2019 CTEC due to injury.
Congratulations to all of the cowboys selected to compete at the 2019 CTEC. Over the last 35 years, the CTEC has challenged the best timed event cowboys in the sport, with five rounds of Heading, Heeling, Tie Down Roping, Steer Wrestling and Steer Roping over three days of competition.
Young cowboys will also have their chance at glory. Returning in 2019 is the third annual Jr Ironman Championship, a building ground for young guns who aspire to one day compete in the Ironman. Those contestants are;
Quade Hiatt of Canyon, Texas
Trevor Meier of Garden City, Kansas
Hiyo Yazzie of Brimhall, New Mexico
*Cole Walker of Sparta, Tennessee
Charles Tyler West of Mertzon, Texas
Allen Morse of Dawson Springs, Kentucky
Rylen Sutherland of Benton, Kentucky
Laine Moore of Albertville, Alabama
Rowdy Norwood of Amarillo, Texas
Dillon Jones of Weir, Mississippi
*Cole Walker replaces Cole Dodds for the 2019 Jr Ironman.
Jr Ironman contestants will compete in three performances consisting of Heading, Heeling, Tie Down Roping and Steer Wrestling. This will determine the next young champion and winner of $10,000.
For more information, visit www.lazyetec.com.
To reserve your tickets, visit www.ticketmaster.com/LazyEArena.
The Fabulous Lazy E Arena – just southeast of Guthrie and northeast of Edmond/Oklahoma City – was established in December 1984. News and information is provided as a service to visitors and guests to the arena and can be found at lazye.com or on Facebook.