More from the Last Chance Bucking Bull Futurity

Stavely, AB: The First Ever Last Chance Bucking Bull Futurity took place back at the beginning of September the day before the 8th Annual Glen Keeley Memorial Bull Ridng. I apologize for not getting these videos up here until now but it’s better late then never.

I believe that a bull owned by Lorne High of Elnora, AB won the competition and a bull owned by Braithwaite & McWilliams finished in second. I’m not sure where these bulls finished but I think they were in the Top 6. If you know any more about them please let me know since it’s not something I know much about anyway.

This bull I know came form the Wild Hoggs Bucking Bull Company:

I’m not sure whose bull this is or what it’s name or number is but I thought it was a good one we may see in the future again:

And if you didn’t see it before, here is the Braithwaite & McWilliams bull:

That’s about all I have from the futurity there in Stavely though. If you all have any more information on it or could help me make it better I would sure appreciate it. Thanks a bunch everyone!

The CFR also starts in a few short days I hope to see you all there!

If you would like to get your company in front of all the incoming traffic to the site for the CFR please contact me as soon as you can so we can get something together.There is a lot of opportunity for you in the next couple weeks as there will be thousands of people on here!!

The Heritage Ranch Rodeo also takes place this Sunday Night in Hall D of The Northlands Expo Center at 7. I hope to see some of you there too.

On a final note, I am wondering what kind of coverage you all would like to see here on the site next week for the CFR.

Would you like to see more interviews from the Contestants?

More up to date results on Facebook and Twitter?

Video of each ride and run?

I am going to work on this on Facebook and Twitter too but I hope to hear from you all with your feedback!

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