Edmonton, AB: Canadian Finals Rodeo 2011 Thursday, Nov 10 Go-Round 2 Winners

Back to today November 11th Remembrance Day. I want to share this video with you all in Support of our Troops and those who have served. It’s The Trews with their song Highway of Heroes. Please Remember to wear Red In Support of our Troops at tonight’s Canadian Finals Rodeo.

Here are all the videos I have with last night’s winners:

Bareback Riding – Dusty LaValley 86.75 pts

Steer Wrestling – Rowdy Hays 3.9 secs

Novice Saddle Bronc – Coleman Watt 72 pts

Novice Bareback – Ky Marshall 79 pts

Boys Steer Riding – Brian Symington – 74.5 pts

Team Roping – Kolton Schmidt & Tyrel Flewelling – 3.8 secs

Saddle Bronc – Taos Muncy 83.75 pts

Tie-Down Roping – Tyson Durfey 7.6 secs

Ladies Barrel Racing – Lisa Lockhart 14.595 secs

Bull Riding – Chad Besplug 86 pts

Here’s Chad making it look easy on the Armstrong Bull Ramrod: (Footage from Juxtapose Productions/Hell on Hooves for all these clips)

Here’s Tanner Byrne with his ride last night on The Calgary Stampede bull Bombs Away:

Here’s Tyler Pankewitz on Calgary’s Even Money. I think he and Tanner could have been some more points. They made these bulls look easy. That’s why I’m not a judge though!

Thanks for coming to see whats happening here this year at the CFR. Check the Everything Cowboy Facebook Page for the Draw before the rodeo and also for up to the minute round winner updates. Check it out here if you aren’t already a fan:


Twitter updates as well as soon as it happens:


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Full CFR Video Highlights from Night #2:

More CFR News:

Sears saves her top ride for U.S. championship


Durfey wins second straight go-round


Bareback rider puts devastating injury behind him


See you all tonight!



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