Photos from Canadian Night at the NFR

Las Vegas, NV: Thanks to Covy Moore of Airdrie, AB for these photos from last night in Round Eight!

Tonight in Round Nine, there’s only one Canadian bucking horse in the draw. It’s Wayne Vold’s horse Awesome up against Taos Muncy. As a former Bareback Horse of the Year this 15 year old pinto gelding is known as an eliminator but was rode by average leader Cody DeMoss for an 86 in Round Four to get himself a third place check.

We might see Alley Trail of Kesler Rodeo’s as a re-ride in the Bareback while Calgary Stampede’s Gross Beetle is a re-ride in the Saddle Bronc.

Until tonight, enjoy these photos and see the full album on the Everything Cowboy Facebook Page.

Miss Rodeo Canada Gillian Shields

Miss Rodeo Canada Gillian Shields. Photo by Covy Moore.

Jesse Wright and Get Smart

Jesse Wright and Get Smart. Photo by Covy Moore.

Lindsay Sears and Martha

Lindsay Sears and Martha. Photo by Covy Moore.

Cody Samora and Whiskey Jack

Cody Samora and Kesler Rodeo’s Whiskey Jack. Photo by Covy Moore.

 

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2 Responses

  1. Doug Sharpe

    Covy…I just read your article in City View and was “curious enough” to look for your infield work. You’ve got a real gift for rodeo photography. My guess is either you’ve done this for a long time, or were a competitor yourself, or both. The shots are great and being in the ‘right place at the right time’ is no accident.

    Thanks,
    Doug

    1. Covy Moore

      Hey Doug,

      Thanks very much for the praise. Never actually competed (although I want to jump on a bull, its a bucket list item).

      I have been shooting professionally for about seven years, and in that time have spent almost as much time at rodeos as hockey games. I have a deep love and appreciation for the sport, and look forward to getting to show off my work this summer on the CPRA circuit.

      Thanks again!

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