Girletz Bull wins Stavely Futurity

STAVELY, Alberta — Friday’s two-year old bucking bull futurity, junior bull riding and steer riding kicked off the festivities for this year’s Glen Keeley Memorial Bull Riding.

A bull branded A73 from Rocking on TG Buckers bested the bulls with a score of 86.75 points to take home $2,646 in prize money.

“He’s an Oklahoma Wishes son out of a Chin Music cow,” Tanner Girletz said. “He’s been getting closer and closer to the chutes every time we buck him and last night he was really good for us. He’s a big mature bull for a two year-old. I think he’s a good one to have around!”

32 from the McBride Cattle Co. took second on the evening, just a quarter point back earning $2,116. 390 from the Wild Hoggs and Ross Lewis as a close third just 1/8th of a point back for third. Number 8 from Shay Marks and 307 from Ty Patten rounded out the top five in fourth and fifth respectively.

Beau Gardner won the evening’s steers riding while K’s Thomson took the junior bulls. Both compete at tonight’s Glen Keeley Memorial PBR which starts at 7:00pm.

Official results from the Stavely Futurity on September 4th, 2015.

1. Rocking on TG Buckers’ A73, 86.75 points, $2,646.00; 2. McBride Cattle Co.’s 32, 86.5, $2,116.80; 3. Wild Hoggs’/Ross Lewis’ 390, 86.125, $1,675.80; 4. Shay Marks’ 8, 84.875, $1,234.80; 5. Ty Patten’s 307, 84.313, $793.80; 6. Nicholas Klinck’s 306, 84.063, $352.80.



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