Edmonton, AB: Sunday Afternoon 1:00pm November 13th, 2011 Rexall Place

Bareback Riding

Canadian Champion: Dusty Lavalley

Average Winner: Dusty Lavalley

Round 6 Winner: Logan Hodson, Colin Adams & Kyle Bowers 84.75 points

Steer Wrestling

Canadian Champion: Cody Cassidy

Average Winner: Cody Cassidy

Round 6 Winner: Rowdy Hays & Sean Mulligan 3.5 seconds

Team Roping

Canadian Champions Header: Levi Simpson

Canadian Champion Heeler: Tyrel Flewelling

Average Winners: Kolton Schmidt & Tyrel Flewelling

Round 6 Winners: Chase Simpson/Rocky Dallyn & Cody/Brett McCaroll (tie) 5.0 secs

Saddle Bronc Riding

Canadian Champion: Taos Muncy

Average Winner: Luke Butterfield

Round 6 Winner: Taos Muncy 87.5 points

Tie Down Roping

Canadian Champion: Tyson Durfey

Average Winner: Clint Robinson

Round 6 Winner: Tyson Durfey 7.1 Seconds

Barrel Racing

Canadian Champion: Trula Churchill

Average Winner: Lisa Lockhart

Round 6 Winner: Trula Churchill 14.50 Seconds

Bull Riding

Canadian Champion: Chad Besplug. Round 6: 85.5 on Drop Kick of Outlawbuckers Rodeo Corp. Video courtesy of HellonHooves TV and Juxtapose Productions

Average Winner: Chad Besplug

Round 6 Winner: Tanner Girletz 87.25 points on Franklin’s State Trooper. Video courtesy of HellonHooves TV and Juxtapose Productions

All Around Champion

Kyle Thomson

High Point Champion

Curtis Cassidy

Bareback Horse of the CFR

Tar Baby – Big Stone Rodeo Co.

Saddle Bronc Horse of the CFR

Big Muddy – Big Stone Rodeo Co.

Bull of the CFR

Slash – Vold Rodeo (Raised by Duane Robinson and Nanson Vold)

Slash has been the bull of the CFR 3 years in a row now. That is something that has never been done before. Congratulations Duane and Nanson.

Here are the full highlights from Sunday’s Championship Round featuring all of the winners of Round 6!



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