*Editor’s Note: This story is currently in progress.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Alberta and PENTICTON, British Columbia –
Mexican Bull Rider Rosendo Ramirez earned his second Bull Riders Canada title of 2014 tonight at the Rocky Mountain House Hooves & Horns Bull-A-Rama.
Unofficial results from the Rocky Mountain House Hooves & Horns Bull-A-Rama. July 26th, 2014.
1. Rosendo Ramirez – Hidalgo, Mexico on Skori Bucking Bulls’ Jim Tom, 84 points, $2,299; 2. Ben Turner – Kurow, New Zealand, 78.5, $1,881; no other qualified rides.
Place Rider Hometown Score Money Won
1st Cody Moore Vernon, BC 85 $1,597.00
2nd Chad Eneas Penticton, BC 82 $1,198.00
3rd/4th Tim Lipsett Lumsden, SK 80 $599.00
3rd/4th Cole Young Alder Flats, AB 80 $599.00
5th Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 78 –
6th Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 77.5 –
7th Aaron Hetu Clinton, BC 75.5 –
8th Kim Forbes Calgary, AB 75 –
9th/10th Lane Cork Quesnel, BC 74 –
9th/10th Josh Birks Coonamble, NSW, Aust. 74 –
Place Rider Hometown Score Money Won
1st Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 85.5 $1,900.00
2nd Cole Young Alder Flats, AB 82 $1,425.00
3rd Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 79.5 $950.00
4th Chad Eneas Penticton, BC 77.5 $475.00
Average (Top 10 Only)
Place Rider Hometown Score Total Money Won
1st Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 163.5 $1,900.00
2nd Cole Young Alder Flats, AB 162 $2,024.00
3rd Chad Eneas Penticton, BC 159.5 $1,673.00
4th Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 157 $950.00
5th Cody Moore Vernon, BC 85 $1,597.00
6th Tim Lipsett Lumsden, SK 80 $599.00
1st Logan Biever Claresholm, AB 85.5 $1,653.00
2nd Brian Hervey Brant, AB 84.4 $1,239.00
3rd Cole Young Alder Flats, AB 83.5 $826.00
4th Tim Lipsett Lumsden, SK 81 $413.00
5th Ryan Jasper Riske Creek, BC 80 –
6th Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 78 –
7th Kyle Primeau Gwynne, AB 77 –
8th Edgar Durazo Moctezuma, Sonora, Mex 75 –
9th/10th Jacob Stahl Clive, AB 74.5 –
9th/10th Andrew Jamison New Zealand 74.5 –
Place Rider Hometown Score Money Won
1st Edgar Durazo Moctezuma, Sonora, Mex 86 $2,058.00
2nd Cole Young Alder Flats, AB 81.5 $1,583.00
3rd Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 75 $1,108.00
Average (Top 10 Only)
Place Rider Hometown Score Total Money Won
1st Cole Young Alder Flats, AB 165 $2,409.00
2nd Edgar Durazo Moctezuma, Sonora, Mex 161 $2,058.00
3rd Chris Hansen Caroline, AB 153 $1,108.00
4th Logan Biever Claresholm, AB 85.5 $1,653.00
5th Brian Hervey Brant, AB 84.4 $1,239.00
6th Tim Lipsett Lumsden, SK 81 $413.00
BRC Inc. 2014 Standings up to and including Penticton, BC July 27th, 2014
Place Contestant Hometown Money Won Points Earned
1st Brian Hervey Brant, AB $10,225.00 1690
2nd Cole Young Alder Flats, AB $10,231.00 1675
3rd Logan Biever Claresholm, AB $10,059.00 1580
4th Tim Lipsett Lumsden, SK $6,877.00 1495
5th Chris Hansen Caroline, AB $3,901.00 1225
6th Ken Siemens Fort St. John, BC $7,989.00 1215
7th Josh Birks Coonamble, NSW, Australia $9,160.00 1185
8th Cody Moore Vernon, BC $12,274.00 1135
9th Armando Davila Satillo Coahuila, Mexico $6,292.00 910
10th Cody Coverchuk Meadow Lake, SK $8,087.50 840
11th Tyler Pankewitz Ponoka, AB $8,842.00 790
12th Miles Pennington Stettler, AB $6,304.50 780
13th Wacey Finkbeiner Ponoka, AB $1,900.00 720
14th Ethan Schultz Strathmore, AB $1,977.00 680
15th/16th Matt O’Flynn Quesnel, BC $1,619.00 675
15th/16th Taran Chirgwin Calliope, QLD, Autralia $2,978.00 675
17th Ian Molan Cork, Ireland $1,331.00 660
18th Austin Nash Sangudo, AB $3,542.00 645
19th Riley Gibson Tamworth, Australia $4,011.00 635
20th Ben Turner Kurow, New Zealand $5,586.00 630
21st Edgar Durazo Moctezuma, Sonora, Mexico $3,768.00 595
22nd Wacey Anderson Naicam, SK $1,368.00 580
23rd Kyle Loudon Springsure, Australia $3,372.00 550
24th Cawl Braithwaite Bluffton, AB $4,702.00 545
25th Andrew Jamison New Zealand $1,805.00 515
26th Dan Hansen Caroline, AB $1,962.00 475
27th Jacob Stahl Clive, AB $1,330.00 410
28th Rosendo Ramirez Hidalgo, Mexico $4,617.00 400
29th Jonathan Couling Singleton, NSW, Australia $826.00 390
30th Chase Thielan Milk River, AB $1,872.00 345
The 1st Annual Rocky Mountain House Hooves & Horns Bull Riding and the Speedway Bull-A-Rama in Penticton, BC were the 22nd to 24th events of 2014 for Bull Riders Canada Inc. Next on the schedule is Bulls for Breakfast as part of the Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose, AB July 31st to August 3rd.
About Bull Riders Canada Inc: Bull Riders Canada Inc. (BRC), founded in 2013 has the goal of becoming the largest public, Canadian-owned and operated bull riding company in Canada. In 2014 the BRC is on track to sanction upwards of 40 events across four Canadian Provinces concluding with the Wrangler Bull Riders Canada Finals II presented by The Patchwork Group in Lloydminster, SK featuring $20,000 in prize money on October 10th and 11th. You can follow the BRC throughout the season on Facebook, Twitter and also on YouTube. For more information visit BullRidersCanada.com
COCHRANE, Alberta — 2009 Canadian Champion Bull Rider Tyler Thomson was the only man to ride both bulls at tonight’s Cochrane Classic Bull Riding.
For a man who sat fifth in the Canadian Pro Rodeo Standings up to this point, to not have won an event, he’s done quite well picking away. After tonight, Thomson should move up to second overall including a few dollars won in Medicine Hat and not counting what happens at today’s 101st Bruce Stampede.
“I’m really happy to win the event,” Thomson said last night over the phone. It’s safe to say now with $20,000 earned on the year he’s got it on cruise control for Edmonton now.
There’s one spot Tyler is after still however, number one, and his second Canadian Pro Rodeo Championship. Currently that spot is held down by Saskatchewan bull riding sensation Dakota Buttar.
“I’ll catch him, I’ll see him soon,” said Thomson, realizing “Actually, he probably won as much as me tonight, I didn’t make up any ground.”
With as much money as there is on the line at the 41st Canadian Finals Rodeo in November, anyone qualifying for Edmonton can win. As always, Thomson wants to be first going into Rexall Place.
Tonight in Cochrane an 81.5 on Just a Crackin’ from the Outlawbuckers earned him the sixth and final spot in the short go.
In that short round, Thomson was the only man to earn a score meaning he would take the top prize in the aggregate. 84.5 points was the ride on Franklin Rodeo’s Rainy Nights.
Just like Skyler said, Dakota Buttar rode Bottom’s Up and was top three in the long round. As Thomson noted, Buttar will likely end up with as much or even more money won due to this 86 point effort.
Ty Elliot is getting closer and closer to his return to the CFR, tonight’s 85 on Torch Head from Vold Rodeo left him in third place overall.
Another one of McBride’s picks, Scott Schiffner took Outlawbuckers’ Smirk to an 84.5 for third in the long go and fourth overall. As expected, Schiffner has earned checks at each stop so far this weekend with another bull on the line today in Bruce.
Garrett Green and Jared Parsonage rounded out the top five in the aggregate in a tie with their 82.5′s from the long go.
Event sponsor, The Cochrane Eagle took photos from the event which they put on Twitter including this shot of event winner Tyler Thomson.
— The Cochrane Eagle (@CochraneEagle) July 27, 2014
Unofficial results from the Cochrane Classic CPRA Bull Riding on July 26th, 2014.
Long Go: 1. Dakota Buttar on Franklin Rodeo’s Bottom’s Up, 86 points; 2. Ty Elliot, 85; 3. Scott Schiffner, 84.5; 4. (tie) Garrett Green and Jared Parsonage, 82.5; 6. Tyler Thomson, 81.5.
Short Go: 1. Tyler Thomson on Franklin Rodeo’s Rainy Nights, 84.5 points, $400; no other qualified rides. ($600 ground money)
Aggregate: 1. Tyler Thomson, 166 on two bulls; 2. Dakota Buttar, 86 on one bull; 3. Ty Elliot, 85/1; 4. Scott Schiffner, 84.5/1; 5. (tie) Jared Parsonage and Garrett Green, 82.5/1.
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Lowe in contention for third CFD Buckle
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — July 25, 2014 —Ask Will Lowe what his favorite rodeo is and he’ll probably tell you whichever one he’s winning at, currently that would be the 118thAnnual Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Lowe moved to the top of the leaderboard in the first round of bareback riding with an 87-point ride on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s horse named Shady Nights. There was nothing shady about the ride, or the $5,610 that Lowe won for the first-place finish.
The Canyon, Texas, resident has won this rodeo two times before, in 2009 and 2012. He loves taking the victory lap as a champion and the last time he did that his son Garrett made the trip with him.
“I love Cheyenne,” Lowe said. “The history and the tradition make it a great rodeo and the fact that I’ve had some luck here helps too.”
Cole Edge from Durant, Okla., has been a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association since 2006 and earned over $180,000 but has yet to qualify for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR). That’s about to change. Edge is currently sixth in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association world standings with earnings of $37,937. He added $5,724 to that here on Friday with a seven-second run. Another run like that will have him qualifying for the Sunday’s final round and put him in contention for his first championship buckle, saddle and a big paycheck from the “Daddy of ‘em All.”
Texans Adam Gray and Ryan Watkins moved into first and second place in the round in tie-down roping respectively on Friday. Gray, from Seymour, stopped the clock in 12.0 seconds to win $7,279, the biggest check paid at this year’s rodeo so far. He is ranked 19th in the world standings and every dollar he earns will help him improve that position.
Watkins, lives in Bluff Dale now, but grew up in Alliance, Neb. He had a 12.2 second run Friday to move Trevor Brazile into third place. Watkins collected $6,329. He is currently 14th in the world standings so this should help him in his quest to qualify for his second NFR.
There were six bull riders to make it to the whistle during the seventh performance. All any of them need to do is make another qualified ride on Saturday and they will advance to Sunday’s finals which features 16 bull riders. Eight riders have been successful on two head, so there are definitely going to be some advance based on one high-marked score.
Saturday’s rodeo starts at 12:15. Second round winners and finals qualifiers will be determined during that performance.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. —The following are unofficial current leaders after the sixth performance at the 118th Annual Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, Friday, July 25, 2014.
Bareback Riding: (first round winners) 1, Will Lowe, Canyon, Texas, 87 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Shady Nights, $5,610. 2, Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D., 85, $4,301. 3, (tie) Josi Young, Buhl, Idaho; Steven Peebles, Redmond, Ore.; and Wes Stevenson, Lubbock, Texas, 84 and $2,182 each. 6, (tie) Morgan Wilde, McCammon, Idaho, and Bobby Mote, Culver, Ore., 83, $842. 8, (tie), R.C. Landingham, Pendleton, Ore.; Kaycee Feild, Spanish Fork, Utah; and Jake Vold, Ponoka, Alberta, 82, $187. (second round) 1, Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D., 87 points on Smith Pro Rodeo’s R.D. Mercer. 2, (tie) Zachariah Philips, Casper, Wyo.; Tilden Hooper, Carthage, Texas; and R.C. Landingham, Pendlton, Ore.; 85. 5, Austin Foss, Terrebonne, Ore., 84. 6, Steven Peebles, Redmond, Ore., 83. (total on two) 1.Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D., 172 points. 2 (tie), Steven Peebles, Redmond, Ore., and R.C. Landingham, Pendleton, Ore., 167 each. 4, (tie) Josi Young, Buhl, Idaho and Caleb Bennett, Morgan, Utah, 162. 6, (tie) Cody DeMers, Kimberley, Idaho, and Kaycee Feild, Spanish Fork, Utah, 161. 8 (tie), Austin Foss, Terrebonne, Ore., and Brian Bain, P:owell Butte, Ore., 160 each. 10 (tie), Tilden Hooper, Carthage, Texas and J.R. Vezain, Cowley, Wyo., 159 each.
Steer Roping: (first round winners) 1, Mike Chase, McAlester, Okla., 15.6 seconds, $5,629. 2, Jarrett Blessing, Paradise, Texas, 16.3, $4,895. 3, K.C. Curtis, Monroe, Utah, 16.5, $4,161. 4, Ryan Willberg, Lott, Texas, 16.8, $3,426. 5, Tony Reina, Wharton, Texas, 17.3, $2,692. 6, Ryan Rochlitz, Minatare, Neb., 17.5, $1,958. 7, Trent Mills, Gillette, Wyo., 17.8, $1,224. 8, Chet Herren, Pawhuska, Okla., 18.2, $490. (second round) 1, Troy Tillard, Douglas, Wyo., 12.5 seconds. 2, Brady Garten, Claremore, Okla., 13.3. 3, Howdy McGinn, North Powder, Ore., 14.6. 4, Jay Pixley, Sundance, Wyo., 14.9. 5, K.W. Lauer, Buffalo, Okla., 15.1. 6, Scott Snedecor, Uvalde, Texas, 15.2. (total on two) 1, Randy Mekelburg, Yuma, Colo., 37.6 seconds on two. 2, Jarrett Blessing, Paradise, Texas, 39.3. 3, Jason Evans, Huntsville, Texas, 40.6. 4, Casey Tillard, Douglas, Wyo., 41.2. 5, Kyle Moos, Kennewick, Wash., 42.0. 6, Brent Lewis, Pinon, N.M., 43.5. 7, Wade Shoemaker, Greeley, Colo., 46.6. 8, Quinten Taylor, Kaycee, Wyo., 46.9. 9, Paul Tierney, Oral, S.D., 47.1. 10, Cecil Wilson, Boise, City, Okla., 52.1.
Tie-Down Roping: (first round winners) 1, Adam Gray, Seymour, Texas, 12.0 seconds, $7,279. 2, Ryan Watkins, Bluffdale, Texas, 12.2, $6,329. 3, Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas, 12.6, $5,380. 4, Reese Riemer, Stinett, Texas, 12.8, $4,431. 5, Cody McCartney, Ottawa Lake, Mich., 13.8, $3,481. 6, Paul David Tierney, Oral, S.D., 14.0, $2,532. 7, Clay McCuistion, Sanger, Texas, 14.3, $1,582. 8, Monty Lewis, Hereford, Texas, 14.4, $633. (second round) 1, Trell Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla., 11.6. 2, Matt Shiozawa, Chubbock, Idaho, 11.8. 3, Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas, 12.1. 4, Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas, 12.4. 5, Rowdy Haferkamp, Cuero, Texas, 12.6. 6, Charley Russell, Shamrock, Texas, 13.2. (total on two) 1, Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas, 24.7 seconds. 2, Reese Riemer, Stinett, Texas, 27.2. Matt Shiozawa, Chubbock, Idaho, 27.6. 4, Clay McCuistion, Sanger, Texas, 28.1. 5, Joseph Parsons, Marana, Ariz., 29.7. 6, (tie) Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas, and Marty Jones, Hobbs, N.M., 30.5 each. 8, Jake Pratt, Ellensburg, Wash., 30.8. 9, Michael Akins, Aubrey, Texas, 31.0. 10, Trent Creager, Stillwater, Okla., 31.4.
Saddle Bronc Riding: (first round winners) 1, Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla., 85 points on Smith Harper & Morgan’s Midnight Cowboy, $4,728. 2, Dylan Henson, Bloomfield, N.M., 83, $3,625. 3, (tie) Cody Taton, Corona, N.M., and Heith DeMoss, Heflin, La., 81 & $2,206 each. 5, (tie) Sterling Crawley, Stephenville, Texas, and Cort Scheer, Elsmere, Neb., 80, $946. 7, (tie), Cody Wright, Milford, Utah; Joe Lufkin, Sallisaw, Okla.; Samuel Kelts, Millarville, Alberta, J.R. Berg, Wainwright, Alberta; Chad Ferley, Oelrichs, S.D.; Jeff Willert, Belvidere, S.D.; and Andy Clarys, Riverton, Wyo.; 79, $158. (second round) 1, Spencer Wright, Milford, Utah, 84 points on Smith Pro Rodeo’s Goin South. 2, Cody DeMoss, Heflin, La., 82. 3, Cody Wright, Milford, Utah, 81. 4, (tie) Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla.; Louie Brunson, Interior, S.D.; and Jesse Bail, Camp Crook, S.D., 80 each. (total on two) 1, Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla., 165 points. 2, Cody Wright, Milford, Utah, 160. 3 (tie), Cort Scheer, Elsemere, Neb., and Spencer Wright, Milford, Utah, 159 each. 5 (tie), Louie Brunson, Interior, S.D., and Samuel Kelts, Millarville, Alberta, 157 each. 7, Jesse James Kirby, Dodge City, Kan., 156. 8, Sterling Crawley, Stephenville, Texas, 154. 9, (tie) Tyler Corrington, Hastings, Minn.; Dusty Hausauer, Dickinson, N.D.; Jesse Wright, Milford, Utah; and Dustin Flundra, Pincher Creek, Alberta; 153 each.
Team Roping: (first round winners) 1, Payden Emmett, Ponca, Ark., and Chad Mathes, Lawson, Mo., 8.3 seconds, $6,261. 2, Brandon Webb, Carrizo Springs, Texas, and Mickey Gomez, Holland, Texas, 8.7, $5,444. 3, (tie) Paul Beckett, Laramie, Wyo., and Clayton Van Aken, Descanso, Calif.; and Erich Rogers, Round Rock, Ariz., and Cory Petska, Marana, Ariz.; 9.1, $4,219 each. 5 (tie), Keven Daniel, Franklin, Tenn., and York Gill, Stephenville, Texas; Ryan Von Ahn, Sac City, Iowa, and J.W. Beck, Wright City, Okla.; Tom Richards, Humboldt, Ariz., and Monty Joe Petska, Turlock, Calif.; and Seth Hall, Albuquerque, N.M., and Bruce Reidhead, Taylor, Ariz.; 9.4, $1,769 each. (second round) 1, Brandon Beers, Powell Butte, Ore., and Jim Ross Cooper, Monument, N.M., 7.9. 2, Bill Parker and Jace Crabb, Billings, Mont., 8.5. 3, Layne Carson, Grassy Butte, N.D., and Dustin Harris, O’Neill, Neb., 8.6. 4, (tie) Riley Minor, Ellensburg, Wash., and Brady Minor, Ellensburg, Wash.; and Charly Crawford, Prineville, Ore., and Shay Carroll, La Junta, Colo.; Britt Williams, Hammond, Mont., and Bobby Harris, Gillette, Wyo.; 8.7. (total on two) 1, Brandon Beers, Powell Butte, Ore., and Jim Ross Cooper, Monument, N.M., 18.0. 2, Britt Williams, Hammond, Mont., and Bobby Harris, Gillette, Wyo, 18.6. 3, Tanner Baldwin, Vail, S.D., and Brandon Bates, San Angelo, Texas, 19.0. 4, (tie) Kelsey Parchman, Cumberland City, Tenn., and Justin Davis, Cottonwood, Calif.; and Preston Billadeau, Parshall, N.D., and Jesse Fredrickson, Upham, N.D.; 19.5. 6, J.D. Yates and Trey Yates, Pueblo, Colo., 19.7. 7, Erich Rogers, Round Rock, Ariz., and Cory Petska, Marana, Ariz., 19.8. 8, Kevin Kessler, Broken Bow, Neb., and J.W. Nelson, Lawton, Iowa, 20.1. 9, Billy Stephens, Slaton, Texas, and Jaytin McCright, Canyon, Texas, 20.7. 10, Payden Emmett, Ponca, Ark., and Chad Mathes, Lawson, Mo., 21.1.
Steer Wrestling: (first round winners) 1, Gary Gilbert, New Underwood, S.D., 6.9 seconds, $6,583. 2, Cole Edge, Durant, Okla., 7.0, $5,724. 3, Clayton Hass, Terrell, Texas, 7.5, $4,866. 4, Tyler Pearson, Louisville, Miss., 7.7, $4,007. 5, Dru Melvin, Hebron, Neb., 8.0, $3,148. 6, Caleb Teigen, Bismarck, N.D., 8.2, $2,290. 7, (tie) Troy Brandemuehl, Douglas, Wyo., and Bray Armes, Ponder, Texas, 8.3, $1,002 each. (second round) 1, Stockton Graves, Alva, Okla., 7.3. 2, Christian Radabaugh, Prineville, Ore., 7.7. 3, Kyle Irwin, Robertsdale, Ala., 8.1. 4, Garrett Henry, Douglas, Wyo., 8.4. 5, K.C. Jones, Decatur, Texas, 8.7. 6, Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev., 9.2. (total on two) 1, K.C. Jones, Decatur, Texas, 17.3. 2, Dru Melvin, Hebron, Neb., 19.4. 3, Stockton Graves, Alva, Okla., 19.9. 4, Trell Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla., 20.7. 5, Nick Guy, Sparta, Wisc., 20.9. 6, Gary Gilbert, New Undersood, S.D., 21.2. 7, Casey Martin, Sulphur, La., 21.8. 8, (tie) Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev., and Caleb Tiegen, Bismarck, N.D., 22.2 each. 10, Troy Brandemeuhl, Douglas, Wyo., 22.3.
Women’s Barrel Race: (second round) 1, Brenda Mays, Terrebonne, Ore., 17.48 seconds. 2, Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D., 17.54. 3, Taylor Langdon, Aubrey, Texas, 17.56. 4, Sherry Cervi, Marana, Ariz., 17.65. 5, Samantha Lyne, Cotulla, Texas, 17.74. 6, (tie) Mary Walker, Ennis, Texas, and Randi Timmons, Elizabeth, Colo., 17.78. (total on two) 1, Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D., 35.17. 2, Brenda Mays, Terrebonne, Ore., 35.51. 3, Randi Timmons, Elizabeth, Colo., 35.78. 4, Mary Walker, Ennis, Texas, 35.83. 5, Samantha Lyne, 35.88. 6, Sherry Cervi, Marana, Ariz., 35.98. 7, Jean Winters, Texline, Texas, 36.04. 8, Natalie Bland, Decatur, Texas, 36.05. 9, Britta O’Keefe, Mohall, N.D., 36.11. 10, Gretchen Benbenek, Aubrey, Texas, 36.15.
Bull Riding: (first round winners) 1, (tie) Howdy Cloud, Kountze, Texas, on Smith ProRodeo’s Funny Face and Tanner Bothwell, Rapid City, S.D., on Smith, Harper & Morgan’s Plaid Shirt, 87 points & $5,002 each. 3, Aaron Pass, Dallas, Texas, 86, $3,209. 4, (tie) Cody Gardner, Evans, Colo., and Nile Lebaron, Weatherford, Texas, 84, $1,699 each. 6, Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla., 83, $944. 7 (tie), Tyler Smith, Fruita, Colo.; Cody Sierks, Brewster, Neb.; Wesley Silcox, Santaquin, Utah; and Trey Benton III, Rock Island, Texas, 82, $330. (second round) 1, Chandler Bownds, Lubbock, Texas, 90 points on Smith Harper & Morgan Rodeo’s Pendleton. 2, Bobby Welsh, Gillette, Wyo., 88. 3, Austin Meier, Kinta, Okla., 87. 4, (tie) Cody Teel, Kountz, Texas, and Bret Stall, Detroit Lakes, Minn., 86 each. 6, Corey Atwell, Moravian Falls, N.C., 85. (total on two) 1, Austin Meier, Kinta, Okla., 167 points. 2 Corey Atwell, Moravian Falls, N.C., 166. 3, Tyler Smith, Fruita, Colo., 164. 4, Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla., 161. 5 (tie), Trey Benton III, Rock Island, Texas, and Jordan Wacey Spears, Redding, Calif., 157 each. 7, Tye Chandler, Celina, Texas, 142. 8, Chandler Bownds, Lubbock, Texas, 90 points. (on one) 9, Bobby Welsh, Gillette, Wyo., 88. 10, (tie) Howdy Cloud, Kountze, Texas, and Tanner Bothwell, Rapid City, S.D., 87 each.
Rookie Bronc Riding: (first round winners) 1, (tie) Jake Watson, Hudson’s Hope, British Columbia and Wyatt Kammerer, Philip, S.D., 77, $1,091. 3, Garet Aldridge, Huntsville, Texas, 74, $677. 4, (tie) Brody Cress, Hillsdale, Wyo., and CoBurn Bradshaw, Beaver, Utah, 73, $358. 6, Andrew Evjene, Melville, Mont., 72, $188. (second round) 1 (tie), Brody Cress, Hillsdale, Wyo., and Shade Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla., 76 points each. 3, Wyatt Kammerer, Philip, S.D., 73. 4, Roper Kiesner, Ripley, Okla., 72. 5, Garet Aldridge, Huntsville, Texas, 71. 6, Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, Alberta, 70. (total on two) 1, Wyatt Kammerer, Philip, S.D., 150 points. 2, Brody Cress, Hillsdale, Wyo., 149. 3, Garet Aldridge, Huntsville, Texas, 145. 4, Jake Watson, Hudson Hope, B.C., 144. 5, Roper Kiesner, Ripley, Okla., 143. 6, (tie) Shade Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla., and Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, Alberta, 141.
COCHRANE, Alberta — 2014 marks the third year the Cochrane Classic Bull Riding is a part of Summerfest in Cochrane, AB. Since the two joined forces, both events have benefited.
Festivities kick off on Friday Night with a family and kids rodeo sponsored by Cochrane Dodge. Saturday the top bull riders of the Canadian Pro Rodeo Association converge on the Cochrane Rodeo Grounds for another exciting night of pro bull riding.
Tickets are available beforehand by clicking on the poster below or at the gate. General admission is $30 or $20 for seniors with youth from 5-17 at $15. A dance finishes off the evening with live music by Scarecrow.
Professional Bull Rider Skyler McBride of Madden, Alberta weighed in with his thoughts on a few of the top match-ups in his mind for Saturday Night’s bull rding Add your own thoughts in a comment below!
Jesse Torkelson vs. Get This – I’m with tork here because he’s been staying on real consistently this season.
Jordan Hansen vs. Red Stag – All or nothing on the long round win with this one. This bull can be rank and Jordan can be just the same. First or last.
Scott Schiffner vs. Smirk – Captain Canada is always a sure bet after coming off a second Calgary Stampede win. He’s got a great chance to place on the top end of the round on this brindle spinner.
C.J. Davidson vs. Soggy Bottom Boy – CJ Davidson better eat a big breakfast on Saturday. I don’t like anyone’s chances on this bull except J.R Vieira, and he’s not entered in Cochrane. End of story.
Dakota Buttar vs. Bottoms Up – With the year he’s been having there’s no way this brindle will get the best of him. He’s rode him before and on Saturday night night he’ll ride him again for a top three finish in the round.
PERFORMANCE: #1 7:30PM SAT JULY 26 2014
1 ADAM JAMISON OKOTOKS AB WHB 056 SWORN ENEMY
2 DEVON MEZEI BIG VALLEY AB WHB 856 BLACK CHICAGO
3 JESSE TORKELSON WARBURG AB WHB 079 GET THIS
4 JARED PARSONAGE MAPLE CREEK SK WHB 818 MORNING BREATH
5 WACEY FINKBEINER PONOKA AB WHB 030 DESPICABLE ME
6 BRANDEN DILLMAN SHERWOOD PARK AB VB 999 DEVILS REVERSE
7 GARRETT GREEN MEETING CREEK AB VB 924 PIRATE STYLE
8 TY ELLIOTT NANTON AB VB 900 TORCH HEAD
9 REID LOZIER 150 MILE HOUSE BC VB 929 DIGGING BOMBS
10 BROCK RADFORD DEWINTON, AB OB 824 SCARE TACTIC
11 BEAU BROOKS COCHRANE AB OB 734 X FACTOR
12 TYLER THOMSON BLACK DIAMOND AB OB 09 JUST A CRACKIN
13 CAWL BRAITHWAITE BLUFFTON AB OB 813 MISSING LINK
14 STEVEN TURNER COCHRANE AB OB 707 GET OVER IT
15 SKYLER MCBRIDE MADDEN AB OB 841 BIG SHOT
16 TYLER PANKEWITZ PONOKA AB OB 944 MR. CAPONE
17 JORDAN HANSEN OKOTOKS AB OB T22 RED STAG
18 SCOTT SCHIFFNER STRATHMORE AB OB 829 SMIRK
19 ZANE LAMBERT WESTBOURNE MB FB 923
20 DANIEL HANSEN CALGARY AB FB 185 IM TROUBLE
21 BEAU HILL WEST GLACIER MT FB 111
22 JERETT NASH SANGUDO AB FB 177 TIME BOMB
23 KYLE LOUDON QUEENSLAND AU FB 053
24 WYATT GLEESON SUNDRE AB FB 013 MIGHTY MUSS
25 C.J. DAVIDSON WORSLEY AB FB 842 SOGGY BOTTOM BOY
26 TODD CHOTOWETZ MAJOR SK FB 062 SANDY BAR SHAKER
27 JAKE WILSON STRATHMORE AB FB 928 MADOODLE
28 DAKOTA BUTTAR KINDERSLEY SK FB 715 BOTTOMS UP
29 RILEY GIBSON SEVEN PERSONS AB DR 1 DOCTOR THROUGH CRES
30 DUSTIN TOMPKINS WIMBORNE AB DR 2 DOCTOR THROUGH CRES
Short Go Stock
1. FB 984 RAINY NIGHTS (low)
2. FB 979 SUPER TOO
3. OB 940 MONEY PIT
4. OB 021 HAVE MERCY
5. VB -999 BLUE CRUSH
6. WHB 005 LIQUID FIRE (high)
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Thursday, July 24, 2014
Canadian Rock Band Trooper Attends Gord Bamford Charity Golf Classic Gala
Nashville’s Cowboy Troy Joins Gala & Golf
Legendary Canadian rock band Trooper is ready to rock the 7th Annual Gord Bamford Charity Golf Classic Gala held in Red Deer on August 13, 2014.
The Juno-award winning rock band’s 10 studio albums have earned multiple gold and platinum awards and their 6 X Platinum greatest hits, Hot Shots, continues to be one of Universal Music Canada’s best-selling catalog CDs and one of the country’s most enduring party soundtracks.
“We are excited about adding a rock element to the 7th Annual Gord Bamford Charity Golf Classic,” says Gord Bamford. “Our Gala evening is always a night to remember and I know that our featured guests are going to bring the house down with their talent and enthusiasm.”
Cowboy Troy, one of the original members of Nashville’s Muzik Mafia and familiar face performing over the years with the group Big & Rich, is also ready to head to central Alberta. “I’m really excited about the opportunity to assist Gord with his charitable endeavors. He’s a great guy and his willingness to help others, through his Foundation, makes the rest of us want to jump in and lend a hand,” says Cowboy Troy.
Other confirmed celebrities for the invitation-only Gala event include Nashville songwriters Byron Hill, Phil O’Donnell, and Buddy Owens, as well as Canadian country artists Jason Blaine, Beverley Mahood, Aaron Pritchett and Duane Steele. Along with Bamford, the group of artists will perform two songs for the Gala attendees—one song that shows they are both a little bit country & a little bit rock ‘n roll.
A number of Olympians will also be attending the Gala and Golf. They include: Canadian women’s hockey team 2014 Gold medalists and current “Amazing Race Canada” participants Natalie Spooner & Meagan Mikkelson along with their gold medal winning teammate Shannon Szabados and Rebecca Johnston, gold medalist, 2010 Canadian Women’s Olympic Hockey Team.Also joining us from anotherfamiliar sheet of ice are Kaitlyn Lawes and Jill Officer, the 2014 Canadian Women’s Curling team gold medalists. Also attending the event will be NHL Hockey players Curtis Glencross and Kris Russell, as well as NHL alumni Theoren Fleury. Past Canadian and World Champion Rodeo Cowboys Davey Shields Jr. and brothers Rod & Denny Hay have also confirmed their attendance.
This year’s installment begins on Wednesday, August 13, at 4:30 pm, at the Sheraton Hotel Exhibition Hall in Red Deer, Alberta. The invitation-only Gala evening hosts over 750 people. The golf event hosts 42 teams, and takes place at the Lacombe Golf and Country Club Thursday, August 14, 2014.
Over $355,000 was generated on August 6, 2013 thanks to the generous businesses and supporters of the Gord Bamford Charity Golf Classic. The dollars generated at this event support organizations that make a difference in the lives of underprivileged youth and multi-use facilities all across Canada and include groups such as the Make a Wish Foundation, Ronald McDonald House and Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Last fall Bamford donated $100,000 ($10,000 each) to 10 different Children’s Hospitals across Canada, and made another $100,000 commitment to the MusiCounts Canada program, to help fund music programs in Canadian schools.
The official Hashtag for the 2014 Gord Bamford Charity Golf Classic: #GordGives.
Tracey Feist, Ground Words Communications
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2014 Gord Bamford Charity Golf Classic:
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OYEN, Alberta — New Zealand Bull Rider Adam Jamison is not only having the best month of his bull riding career to date, he’s having the best year. This past month alone he’s won over $25,000 and made his way into positions not only to qualify for the PBR Canadian Finals and Canadian Finals Rodeo, “He’s a threat to win,” as Tyler Thomson said on the way home this evening.
Currently third in the PBR standings in Canada, Jamison should safely jump into the top twelve of the Canadian Pro Rodeo Association’s standings. He’s earned both as according to the standings he had been to more rodeos than anyone thus far.
Coming into Oyen, Adam ranked 18th in the CPRA. When adding in the $4,218 which he earned tonight, not including ground money, it pushes his season earnings up to around $12,000 on the year. Likely about $8,000 from solidifying a spot in Edmonton come November.
As usual the committee of the White Lightning Dodge Pro Cowboy Crunch didn’t disappoint. For 16 years there likely hasn’t been any other arena produce the energy or bull rides that have taken place. Tonight, Adam Jamison added his name to the list of champions by being the only man to cover both bulls he attempted, highlighted by this 87 on Gretzky from Sawyer Bucking Bulls.
8.00 seconds is what Wrangler Pro Official Bear Lightbown’s watch read concluding Jamison’s long round ride. When the scores were tallied it was worth 82.5 points on Mambo #5 from the Two Bit Nation and a tie for second in the long go.
Jamison had this to say about the win and the past month he’s had.
Jordan Hansen benefitted greatly from tonight’s CPRA Bull Riding in Oyen picking up over $4,100 counting towards his second CFR qualification. Hansen’s 83.5 on Mr. Mugs from Girletz Rodeo Stock earned him a second place finish in the aggregate as there was only the one qualified ride in the short go.
Reid Lozier and Todd Chotowetz haven’t had maybe the year they’ve wanted to so far but luckily there’s a ton of money on the line in the coming weeks and now is a good time to get hot. For bull riders between now and the time the North Run is over, more money is paid out than during Cowboy Christmas over the July 1st weekend. Don’t believe so? Google it.
Lozier’s 82.5 on Wanderlust from the Girletz brothers matched the 82.5 of Chotowetz’s on Rosin Fire from the Wild Hoggs. Both went home with over $2,500.
Tonight’s top bull earning the Olson Silver trophy buckle was Freakzoid from Girletz Rodeo Stock in his 44.5 point out against two-time Canadian Champ Scott Schiffner.
A huge thanks goes out to the event committee here in Oyen. There aren’t many places it’s done much better and we all sure appreciate it!
Unofficial Results from the 16th Annual White Lightning Dodge Pro Cowboy Crunch in Oyen, AB. July 23rd, 2014.
Long Go: 1. Jordan Hansen on Girletz Rodeo Stock’s Mr. Mugs, 83.5 points, $1,742.40; 2. (tie) Todd Chotowetz, Adam Jamison and Reid Lozier, 82.5, $871.20 each.
Short Go: 1. Adam Jamison on Sawyer Bucking Bulls’ Gretzky, 87 points, $400; plus $600 ground money.
Aggregate: 1. Adam Jamison, 169.5 on two bulls, $2,947.56; 2. Jordan Hansen, 83.5 on one bull, $2,439.36; 3. (tie) Reid Lozier and Todd Chotowetz, 82.5/1, $1,677.06 each; 5. Tim Lipsett, 81/1, $914.76; 6. Scott Schiffner, 80.5, $508.20.
Total Money Won: 1. Adam Jamison, $4,218.76 (plus $600 ground money); 2. Jordan Hansen, $4,181.76; 3. (tie) Reid Lozier and Todd Chotowetz, $2,548.26 each, 5. Tip Lipsett, $914.76; 6. Scott Schiffner, $508.20.
WPRA Barrel Racer and 2013 Jerry Ann Taylor Best Dressed Barrel Racer Award Winner, Fallon Taylor heads up what I’m referring to as the Decked Out Denim trend. Her fashion line Ranch Dress’n offers a variety of jeans in a rainbow of colors, adorned with rhinestones, arrows, feathers, dream catchers and so much more.
Though it’s not the first time we’ve seen colored denim, “old school is the new cool”. Red and royal blue are common colors carried by Wrangler, Cruel Girl and Tin Haul and can easily be picked up at your local western retailer. The current trend showcases brighter colors like cranberry and turquoises.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a trend if Fallon was the only one sporting! Rodeo Queens including 2013 Miss Rodeo America, Chenae Shiner have sported painted or leather overlaid jeans. The 2014 Miss Rodeo America contestants were challenged to create their own “decked out denim” pieces as part of their pageant. They had their choice of a dress, denim jacket or jeans to emblazon at their own discretion. You can check out their creations on the Miss Rodeo America Facebook page. Of course we can’t forget Miss Rodeo Canada 2014, Nicole Briggs, who’s been spotted wearing a denim vest or two.
As always main stream fashion offers up it’s own version of deck out denim, like denim shirts embellished with tribal prints and rhinestones, vests and jackets in a variety of cuts and colors to complete any wardrobe. Miss Me Jeans calls themselves “The Original Embellished Denim” and it’s safe to label them as the go-to for jeans with rhinestones, studs and designs.
Not sure where to start or if you can pull of the fashion trend. Reds or blues are a safe bet and pair well with white, black or chambrey shirts. Feeling brave or have an itch for a Do-It-Yourself project? Pick up some white jeans and tie-dye them at home. Combine your own favorite colors and the best part is the messier the better!
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Pro Rodeo Canada
July 22, 2014
For immediate release
Making the Most of the East Run
The first rodeo that Saskatchewan bareback rider, Ty Taypotat entered this season was in Grande Prairie, AB, at the end of May. Some would argue, however, that Taypotat’s season didn’t officially begin until July 5th.
Since then, the 22-year-old, Regina cowboy has placed at seven straight rodeos, won a tidy $5,698 and moved back into contention for his third trip to the Canadian Finals Rodeo. Taypotat grabbed a first place cheque at the Moose Mountain Pro Rodeo in Kennedy, SK, this past weekend for an 83.5-point ride on Big Stone Rodeo’s Time Machine, placed 2nd at the Morris Stampede in Morris, MB, and split 3-4-5 at the Cowtown Pro Rodeo in Maple Creek, SK. The “East Run” netted the CPRA’s 2011 Rookie of the Year $3,174, enough to likely move him inside the top 15 of the new Canadian Pro Rodeo bareback standings.
Barrel racer, Kerilee Noval has also been a regular at the pay window this month. In fact, she’s won money at every rodeo she’s entered in July.
“Once we got to the big outdoor rodeos, I was a lot more confident,” says the Turner Valley, AB, cowgirl. “My horse thrives outdoors. I wasn’t riding him that great indoors. We were running fast but I kept knocking the first barrel when we came out.”
Noval, who filled her permit last season at the first pro rodeo she entered in Medicine Hat, AB, won $2,500 at the three weekend stops which included a first place cheque from the Wrangler Pro Rodeo Tour stop in Morris. Teamed up with her 10-year-old horse, Bully, she’s picked up $6,325 from eight rodeos this month to bump her season earnings to over $12,000.
“It’s pretty weird because I’m now at a point where I’m pretty safe to make the CFR,” begins Noval. “So I don’t have to go to everything but I don’t know if I still should, if I want to push it or not. I never really expected to be in this kind of position. It’s a pretty good dilemma to be in. It’s something I’ve dreamed of for so long and it’s actually happening a lot sooner than I expected.”
Rocky Mountain House, AB, steer wrestler, JD Hays was also a triple winner from the weekend. The 29-year-old won the most of any competitor with earnings totaling $4,260. The biggest cheque came from a first-place, 3.6-second run in Morris.
The Canadian All-Around race has a new entrant. Josh Harden of Big Valley, AB, joined Kyle Thomson and Travis Reay in the hunt for the coveted award by winning a cheque in each of the saddle bronc and steer wrestling events in Maple Creek. Steven Turner placed in both the bullriding and bulldogging in Morris, to move one steer wrestling cheque shy of qualifying.
Other big winners from the weekend include roper, Riley Warren ($1,902 TDR, $287 TR); bullriders, Dakota Buttar ($3,522) and Devon Mezei ($2,986); steer wrestler, Dustin Walker ($2,709); saddle bronc rider, Kyle Thomson ($3,385); team ropers, Chase Simpson/Braidy Davies ($1,960 each) and barrel racers, Deb Guelly ($2,857) and Britany Diaz ($2,254).
In the junior events, Dantan Bertsch added a win at Maple Creek and a second place finish at Kennedy – good for $640 – to further secure his lead in the novice bareback standings. Keenan Reinhardt repeated the same placings in the novice saddle bronc to add $644 to move his 2014 earnings over the $4000 mark. Weekend winners in the steer riding included current season leader Nick Tetz who topped the field at Kennedy and Riley Gagnon who won the Maple Creek Cowtown Pro Rodeo.
Next up on the Pro Rodeo Canada schedule is the White Lightening Dodge Professional Cowboy Crunch in Oyen, AB (July 23), Medicine Hat Stampede in Medicine Hat, AB (July 24-26, Bonnyville Pro Rodeo in Bonnyville, AB (July 24-26), Cochrane Classic Bullriding in Cochrane, AB (July 26), Bruce Stampede in Bruce, AB (July 27) and the High Prairie Elks Pro Rodeo in High Prairie, AB (July 29-30).
About the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association: The Canadian Professional Rodeo Association (CPRA) with it’s headquarters in Airdrie, Alberta, is the sanctioning body for professional rodeo in Canada. The CPRA sanctions over 50 events annually with a total payout exceeding $5.1 million. Join us for the 41st edition of the Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) November 5th to 9th, 2014 in Edmonton, Alberta at Rexall Place, our association’s premiere event. For more information please visit RodeoCanada.com or call (403) 945-0903. Follow us on Twitter, or like our page on Facebook, and watch the action on YouTube throughout the year.
OYEN, Alberta — Wednesday Night the Canadian Pro Rodeo Association Bull Riders make their way into Oyen RCMP Centennial Park for the 16th Annual White Lightning Dodge Pro Cowboy Crunch.
$10,000 in added prize money is up for grabs with all monies counting towards this coming November’s Canadian Finals Rodeo in Edmonton.
Seats are taken up early so get there well beforehand!
2006 Canadian Champion Bull Rider Tanner Girletz, who grew up in nearby Cereal, comes to us today with his thoughts on a few of the match-ups to look out for.
Todd Chotowetz vs. Rosin Fire – This is a great young bull of Wild Hoggs. I have only seen him a couple of times and when I did I liked him a lot. Shay Marks was 85.5 on him not that long ago. Todd has been struggling a little bit but with an easy weekend and a wedding last weekend he’s fresh and has drawn great. Look for anther 85 plus and Todd to show his skills in the short round.
Lonnie West vs. Bucking Fantastic – This is Loonie’s maiden voyage on the pro scene as far as I know. What a better way to start then one of the most prolific bulls in Canada. Bucking fantastic of two bit bucking bulls. This little guy might be getting towards the end of his career but he’s still an awesome draw. Lonnie rides great and he will really like this ol boy. Look for a great rookie to ride a great veteran for a trip back for another one.
Scott Schiffner vs ZZ Top – This bull came from Allen Girletz and has been outstanding. At the Ranchman’s Bull Riding he was marked 46.5 bucking off PBR World Finals competitor Matt Triplett. He should be right into the door to the left which is usually a cowboys disadvantage. However, during the Calgary Stampede Scott made one of the better rides away from his hand that I have seen not only him but anyone make this year, and it was for $100 g’s. Look for the round win here and Scott to start his charge for the CFR.
Dakota Buttar vs Idiot Proof - Number one man in Canada, that’s all you need to say. This kid doesn’t fall off too often, and that will be the case again here. Bull will be right there to the left and so will Dakota. This bull has two different trips, on his day you can be 90, if not you can be 86 so either way he will be back.
Look for a great event that my family and the whole town of Oyen work very hard to produce. Hope everyone has a great time and rides great!
PERFORMANCE: #1 7:00PM WED JULY 23 2014
1 TYLER PANKEWITZ PONOKA AB XCB 875 MOVES LIKE JAGGER
2 GARRETT GREEN MEETING CREEK AB XCB 330 PLAYMATE RECERTIFIED
3 BROCK RADFORD DEWINTON, AB XCB 320 GREY AREA
4 TYLER THOMSON BLACK DIAMOND AB WHB 918 GOIN’ STEADY
5 JAKE WILSON STRATHMORE AB XCB 01 EDGE OF GLORY
6 TY ELLIOTT NANTON AB XCB 369 NIGHT TIME 9
7 DEVON MEZEI BIG VALLEY AB WHB 063 KICKIN’ M.S.
8 TODD CHOTOWETZ MAJOR SK WHB 933 ROSIN FIRE
9 BILLY WEST CADOGAN AB WHB 079 GET THIS
10 KYLE LOUDON QUEENSLAND AU WHB 066 ROCKAHOLIC
11 DANIEL HANSEN CALGARY AB WHB 071 WIZZBANG
12 SKYLER MCBRIDE MADDEN AB WGB 0 FIDGET
13 JESSE TORKELSON WARBURG AB WGB 042 PAINTED PRETZEL
14 JORDAN HANSEN OKOTOKS AB WGB 012 MR MUGS
15 IAN MOLAN IRELAND WGB 011 POW WOW ECHO
16 FABIAN DUECK ACME, AB 2BB 697 HANDS FREE
17 JERETT NASH SANGUDO AB 2BB 968 FULL THROTTLE FREDDY
18 WACEY FINKBEINER PONOKA AB 2BB 813 T BIRDS DANGER RANGER
19 LONNIE WEST CADOGAN, AB 2BB 861 BUCKING FANTASTIC
20 ADAM JAMISON OKOTOKS AB 2BB 548 MAMBO #5
21 GERARD OVERSBY AUSTRALIA 2BB 852 BLIZZARD
22 RILEY GIBSON SEVEN PERSONS AB ESB 0818 BOB MARLEY
23 ZANE LAMBERT WESTBOURNE MB ESB 911 E.W’S BONNESS
24 STEVEN TURNER COCHRANE AB ESB 916 POPCORN TWIST
25 BEAU BROOKS COCHRANE AB ESB L10 JIM TOM
26 DUSTIN TOMPKINS WIMBORNE AB WGB 68 BLUE PRINT
27 REID LOZIER 150 MILE HOUSE BC WGB 962 WONDERLUST
28 SCOTT SCHIFFNER STRATHMORE AB WGB 108 ZZ TOP
29 DAKOTA BUTTAR KINDERSLEY SK WGB 831 IDIOT PROOF
30 JARED PARSONAGE MAPLE CREEK SK WGB V29 FINKLES DOG
1. WGB 106 FREAK ZOID (LOW)
2. ESB 0819 MINION STEWART
3. 2BB 867 BRINGING SEXY BACK
4. WHB 911 2 DARK 2 C
5. XCB 899 GRETZKY
6. WGB 104 MOTO MOTO (HIGH)