CAMROSE, Alberta — Cawl Braithwaite sat 24th in the Bull Riders Canada standings going into Bulls for Breakfast at the Big Valley Jamboree this weekend. Three bull rides for Braithwaite earned him 220 points towards the BRC championship and over $3,000 for his pockets.

The points moved him all the way up to 13th place with nearly $8,000 won on the year all but ensuring his spot in October’s Finals.

On Saturday on a re-ride Cawl took Vold Rodeo’s Yard Sale to an 82 for the win. His 78.5 from Thursday earned him fourth at the event as well.


Ken Siemens took second in Camrose earning $1,938 and moving him up to fifth in the BRC standings to get that number one spot in his sights. Siemens rode Vold Rodeo’s Ninja Boot to a score of 80.5 on day one, Thursday.


Mexico’s Edgar Durazo secured his finals spot with a third place finish worth $1,297 after scoring 79 points on day two moving him up to 15th on the season. A seventh place finish also earned him some important points. Speaking of those important points, Shay Marks, Ben Turner and Rosendo Ramirez all made their way into better spots in the standings after qualified rides over the past four days.


Official Results from the Bulls for Breakfast BRC Bull Riding from July 31st to August 3rd, 2014.

1. Cawl Braithwaite – Bluffton, AB, 82 points, $2,584.00; 2. Ken Siemens – Fort St. John, BC, 80.5, $1,938.00; 3. Edgar Durazo – Moctezuma, Sonora, Mex, 79, $1,297.00; 4. Cawl Braithwaite – Bluffton, AB, 78.5, $646.00; 5. Shay Marks – Sunnybrook, AB, 77; 6. Cawl Braithwaite – Bluffton, AB, 76; 7. Edgar Durazo – Moctezuma, Sonora, Mex, 74; 8. Ben Turner – Kurow, New Zealand, 73; 9. Tim Lipsett – Lumsden, SK, 72.5; 10. Rosendo Ramirez – Hidalgo, Mexico, 71.


BRC Inc. 2014 Standings up to and including Camrose, AB August 3rd, 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. 1515
5th. Ken Siemens – Fort St. John, BC. $9,927.00. 1305
6th. Chris Hansen – Caroline, AB. $5,174.00. 1225
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. Cawl Braithwaite – Bluffton, AB. $7,932.00. 765
14th. Wacey Finkbeiner – Ponoka, AB. $1,900.00. 720
15th. Edgar Durazo – Moctezuma, Sonora, Mexico. $5,065.00. 715
16th. Ethan Schultz – Strathmore, AB. $1,977.00. 680
17th. Matt O’Flynn – Quesnel, BC. $1,619.00. 675
17th. Taran Chirgwin – Calliope, QLD, Australia. $2,978.00. 675
19th. Ian Molan – Cork, Ireland. $1,331.00. 660
19th. Ben Turner – Kurow, New Zealand. $5,586.00. 660
21st. Austin Nash – Sangudo, AB. $3,542.00. 645
22nd. Riley Gibson – Tamworth, Australia. $4,011.00. 635
23rd. Wacey Anderson – Naicam, SK. $1,368.00. 580
24th. Kyle Loudon – Springsure, Australia. $3,372.00. 550
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
27th. Rosendo Ramirez – Hidalgo, Mexico. $4,617.00. 410
29th. Jonathan Couling – Singleton, NSW, Australia. $826.00. 390
30th. Shay Marks – Sunnybrook, AB. $854.00. 375


Bulls for Breakfast as part of the Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose, AB was the 25th event of 2014 for Bull Riders Canada Inc. Next on the schedule are the Eatonia Harvest Crunch Bull-A-Rama in Eatonia, SK on Wednesday August 7th and the Greystone Investments Bull Riding in Balzac, AB on Monday August 11th.

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 FacebookTwitter and also on YouTube. For more information visit

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