Posts Tagged ‘vold rodeo’

Washington Wins in Manitoba


WINNIPEG, Manitoba — 2012 was the last time the Professional Bull Riders set foot in Canada’s Keystone Province. Thanks to the support of the fans, the bulls were back in full force.  Quite a bit of force to be more precise, only eight qualified rides made it to the board the entire night with one […]


Vold Rodeo Wins Ponoka Bucking Horse Futurity


PONOKA, Alberta — Vold Rodeo took top honors at this past Friday’s Bucking Horse Futurity held in conjunction with Rod Hay’s Bronc Riding School. Vold’s total score of 245 points on three head bettered the C5 Rodeo Company by six points for the first place finish. On the bronc riding side of things, Lane Cust […]


PBR Comes to High River this Saturday

HIGH RIVER, Alberta–The first annual High River Professional Bull Riding event is set for November 23 at 7:00pm at the High River Rodeo Grounds Indoor Arena. Tickets are available for purchase for $20 at the door; children 12 & under are free. All proceeds go to the High River Flood relief efforts. Cowboys will vie for $10,000 […]


Lambert Claims Elusive First PBR Canadian Championship


This story can also be seen at PBR.com SASKATOON, SK (October 19th, 2013) — After eight seasons of finishing inside the top ten and a number of bridesmaid finishes, Ponoka’s Zane Lambert has finally claimed his first PBR Canadian Championship. Lambert lead the entire season, earning 23 top ten finishes and five event wins, en […]


$3,300 Payday for 16 Year Old Lundbreck Cowboy


VERMILLION, Alberta — Bull Rider Cooper Zur of Lundbreck, Alberta walked away from the Lakeland College Rodeo Arena $3,300 richer after winning last night’s first ever Next Generation Junior Bull Riding presented by Wild Hoggs Bucking Bulls. Zur was the only man to ride both bulls on the night’s competition and will put on a […]


Canada’s Biggest Junior Bull Riding Only Days Away

VERMILLION, Alberta — The Next Generation Bull Riding is this coming Friday Night at the Lakeland College arena in Vermillion. Starting at 7:00pm it features Canada’s top up and coming bull riders between the ages of 15 and 17 competing for their share of $5,000 in added prize money. That much money easily makes it […]