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LCB Barrel Report July 21st-23rd

Edmonton, AB – The inaugural K-Days rodeo has come and gone, and is making huge waves in the CPRA standings. For many, this rodeo has been a game changer as the rodeo had $50,000 added in each event with entry fees being $300, making for an outstanding payday, and an opportunity to make the Canadian Finals Rodeo

The K-Days rodeo ladies barrel racing champion Crystal Christman, decided to make a few adjustments during this past weekend after a chat with her husband.

“My husband showed me some video of how I was riding in the spring as opposed to recently, and I used that to help make some adjustments. As well, we changed bits in Kennedy to a combination chain that I haven’t used in about 15 years. Kennedy was a turning point towards improvement. I haven’t ever seasoned a horse out on the trail and I am so very grateful to all of the friends and family who have helped me along the way. It’s a bit of a dream come true to walk among this community and call them not just mentors but also my friends.” she said.

“I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to run at K-Days, but coming in as an alternate against the tough field of barrel racers up there, I didn’t have any expectations. We went in with the game plan to make our best run and enjoy the experience of coming down that particular alley. Lenny handled it all like he had been there a hundred times before. He was content to have his friend in the alley with him. When he came up the alley so calm and I let him pick his path to the first without bothering his face, I knew he was going to put a run together. It just felt so right. I didn’t know how fast it was going to be but it felt wonderful to have that trust back and make a smooth run. It was pretty surreal to hear the announcer say those three magical words ‘a new leader.’ ”

What could make this win even better? “Making a victory lap on my daughters horse made it that much more special.” Crystal said.

“I hope to continue to build trust with Lenny over the rest of the season. Binger is nearly healed up from a nasty cut and he is itching to get a chance to run this year as well! Peyton, Sterling and I will head to Medicine Hat and Bonnyville this week. I’m not sure where things will end up, but our family is so grateful to able to spend the time together doing what we love.”
Christman was sitting in 32nd position with just $3,838.02 won (standings including up to Teepee Creek Stampede) but by winning K-Days and roughly $11,446.00, it will move her to the top ten in the standings.

The K-Days rodeo paid 15 holes in the barrel racing, with last hole paying about $572. To be eligible to run at this rodeo you had to be in the top ten in the PRCA or WPRA from the 2016 standings, top CPRA 2016 standings (previously not qualified), top five in the PRCA/WPRA standings as of June 26th, 2017 (previously not qualified) ad top five CPRA 2017 standings as of June 26th, 2017 (not previously not qualified). If those who were qualified to enter did not enter, they went down the list.

The rodeo was great for CPRA and PRCA contestants as the money counts towards standings, but was not a WPRA approved rodeo, so a few WPRA competitors did not make it up to Edmonton as the money would’ve just been money in their pockets or to count towards CPRA standings, and for some, the CFR is not on their mind; The WNFR is instead.


The Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo was held in Salt Lake City, Utah this weekend, and yesterday the $50,000 Gold Medal winner was none other than the 2017 RFD-TV American winner, Hailey Kinsel. What a year her and Sis are having!

Sis aka DM Sissy Hayday is a gorgeous huge palomino by PC Frenchmans Hayday and out of Royal Sissy Irish who is by Royal Shake Em. The duo took home a grand total of $87,000 from the gold medal games and has punched her ticket to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo this December in Las Vegas, Nevada! This win should move Kinsel into the top 3 of the WPRA standings from 24th!


Check out this weekends results from the CPRA, LRA and WRA below.

Fairview Rodeo – results courtesy of the WRA
1. Molly Marquardt, 17.415; 2. Shannon Blakely, 17.507; 3. Kerstin Bennett, 17.563; 4. Christine Drisner, 17.599; 5. Lisa Trach, 17.599; 6. Brianna Baudin, 17.692; 6. Sierra Stuckel, 17.692; 8. Taylor Schmidt, 17.720;

Manning Rodeo – results courtesy of the WRA
1.Sayward Flynn, 17.841; 2. Shannon Blakely, 17.907; 3. Shelby Swain, 17.943; 4. Bryce Fischer, 17.966; 5. Traci Priessel, 17.985; 6. Sandra Carter, 17.997;

Hinton Rodeo – results courtesy of the LRA
1.Brianna Baudin, 17.846; 2. Taylor Schmidt, 17.901; 3. Sandra Carter, 17.903; 3. Traci Beckman 17.903; 5. Candace Lefebvre, 17.955; 6. Shannon Blakely, 17987; 7. Lisa Trach, 18.025; 8. Tristan Johner, 18.054;

Lamont Rodeo – results courtesy of the LRA
1.Shannon Blakely, 15.928; 2. Traci Beckman 15.988; 3. Rachel Jones, 16.053; 4. Brianna Baudin 16.097; 5. Molly Marquardt, 16.103; 6. Brittany Dommasch 16.127; 7. Katie Sloan, 16.146; 8. Kali Kott, 16.210;

K-Days Rodeo, Edmonton, Ab – results courtesy of the CPRA
1. Crystal Christman, 14.726, $11,446.00; 2. Diane Skocdopole, 14.736, $9156.80; 3. Taylor Jacob, 14.739, $7439.90; 4. Sarah Gerard, 14.785, $5723; 5. Kellie Collier, 14.837, $4578.40; 6. Kendra Edey, 14.843, $3433.80; 7. Callahan Crossley, 14.848, $2861.50; 8. Rene Leclercq, 14.867, $2575.35; 9. Kirsty White, 14.888, $2289.20; 10. Nicole Pana, 14.911, $2003.05; 11. Shalayne Lewis, 14.941, $1716.90; 12. Bobbie Goodwin, 14.961, $1430.75; 13. Sydney Daines, 14.970, $1144.60; 14. Brett Wills, 15.066, $858.45; 15. Nancy Csabay, 15.075, $572.30

Morris Stampede & Exhibition, Morris, MB – results courtesy of the CPRA
1. Sydney Daines, 17.515 seconds, $2455.28; 2. Rebecca Miller, 17.690, $2086.99; 3. Cranna Roberts, 17.733, $1718.70; 4. Carman Pozzobon, 17.808, $1473.17; 5. Sarah Gerard, 17.878, $1227.64; 6. Shayna Weir, 17.913, $859.35; 7. Shaylee McMann, 17.920, $613.82; 8. Casey Dacyk, 17.953, $491.06; 9. Lana Sproule, 18.003, $429.67; 10. Jackie Ganter, 18.052, $368.29; 11. Brett Wills, 18.053, $368.29; 12. Rusty Rae Quam, 18.222, $245.53

Moose Mountain Pro Rodeo, Kennedy, Saskatchewan – results courtesy of the CPRA
1. Shayna Weir, 16.204 seconds, $1258.62; 2. Lynette Brodoway, 16.230, $1078.82; 3. Kendra Edey, 16.245, $899.01; 4. Lane Wills, 16.289, $779.15; 5. Cranna Roberts, 16.296, $599.34; 6. Colby Gilbert, 16.309, $479.47; 7. Kirsty White, 16.394, $359.60; 8. Laura Stokes, 16.434, $239.73; 9. Casey Dacyk, 16.450, $179.80; 10. Carman Pozzobon, 16.485, $119.87

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LCB Barrel Report July 8-9th

Whitecourt,AB- Justine Elliot is KILLIN’ IT! This past weekend she either won or placed second at the three rodeos she ran at. At Hairy Hill she was only 5 thousandths of a second behind Jacqueline Marsh! What a season she is having!

Elliot and her horse Blondy will be heading down to Gillette, Wyoming for National High School Rodeo Finals this upcoming weekend. Best of luck to this duo, I know they will make Canada beyond proud!

Results from LRA, WRA & CPRA rodeos are below!

Whitecourt Rodeo Unofficial Results, courtesy of the WRA
1 Justine Elliot 17.711
2 Susan Gulick 17.9
3 Melissa Freeman 18.06
4 Karli Haeberle 18.086
5 Jaqueline Marsh 18.094
6 Tristan Johner 18.096
7 Brittany Kaiser 18.255
8 Sheryl Melaney 18.259

Hairy Hill Rodeo Unofficial Results, courtesy of the LRA
1 Jacquelin Marsh 15.530
2 Justine Elliot 15.535
3 Katie Sloan 15.578
4 Traci Beckman 15.587
5 Cheyanne Klepper 15.694
6 Candace Lefebvre 15.772
7 Chantel Kinch 15.804
8 Shannon Blakely 15.805

Stoney Lake Rodeo Unofficial Results, courtesy of the LRA
1 Traci Beckman 16.285
2 Justine Elliot 16.358
3 Karli Haeberle 16.418
4 Aimee McKnight 16.427
5 Christine Drisner 16.429
6 Bryce Fischer 16.479
7 Kirstin Bennet 16.514
8 Candace Lefebvre 16.528

Benalto Fair & Rodeo Unofficial Results, courtesy of the CPRA
1. Shaylee McMann, 15.040, $1144.92; 2. Madelyn Schauer, 15.101, $981.36; 3. Kendra Edey, 15.240, $817.80; 4. Taylor Manning, 15.244, $708.76; 5. Crystal Shaw, 15.251, $545.20; 6. Lynette Brodoway, 15.300, $436.16; 7. Rylee Shields, 15.375, $327.12; 8. Julie Leggett, 15.382, $218.08; 9. Susan Gulick, 15.417, $163.56; 10. Shalayne Lewis, 15.427, $109.04

Coronation Pro Rodeo
1. Carman Pozzobon, 17.260, $1124.24; 2. Bailee Switzer, 17.421, $977.60; 3. Shayna Weir, 17.496, $830.96; 4. Taylor Shields, 17.570, $684.32; 5. Madeline Schauer, 17.574, $537.68; 6. Lane Wills, 17.577, $391.04; 7. Sydney Daines, 17.611, $244.40; 8. Janie Johnson, 17.618, $97.76

Results

LCB Report – June 30-July 2

Ponoka, AB- It boiled down to three Canadians and one American, chasing the title of Ponoka Stampede barrel racing Champion after a tough final round this afternoon.

Carman Pozzobon put on a clinic running a 17.417 in the short go on her buckskin mare Ripp, and a 17.626 in the showdown. The pair will be taking home a grand total of $15,614.69 from the weekend in Ponoka, along with an 8th place $925 cheque out of Williams Lake, BC.

Pozzobon was sitting 23rd in the standings prior to this weekend, and has now guaranteed herself another Canadian Finals Rodeo.

Miss Taylor Manning proved once again that she means business and can most certainly run with the big dogs, as the 13 year old was second in the short go and second in the show down, taking home a grand total of $9,365.65 this weekend from the Ponoka Stampede. This money will shoot her way up in the standings as she was sitting 33rd before this weekend kicked off.

Keep your eye out for this pair for the rest of the season, after this big weekend and still a few months remaining, I think we will see them in Edmonton this fall!


This past weekend Onion Lake put up $3,000 in added money in each of the major events making for a great payday to each event winner.

This added money brought 65 ladies out to wrap three barrels, and once again, Miss Justine Elliot came out on top running a 17.51 which was two tenths ahead of Sandra Carter who cashed in on second place.

“My run was good.” Justine recalled, “Blondy worked her best again!” she said.

Elliot who started the year in the junior barrel racing is now leading the standings in the ladies barrels by nearly $2,500, and will be by even more once this past weekend’s winnings are added into the mix.

“The season I’ve had so far has been great! I have won just over $10,000.” said Elliot.

To Northern Alberta, it was Briana Baudin who won the Spruce Point Park rodeo in Kinuso. Baudin ran a 16.203 on her horse Ebony.

“I was really happy with Eb! I had an awesome first, so I knew the rest of my run would be the same. She was really calm and relaxed warming up and going in, so I had a feeling it would be a good day.” she exclaimed.

Kellie Collier from Hereford, TX won Airdrie’s Pro rodeo this past weekend running a 15.039 for $2,462.80. Collier was number one in the Canadian standings heading into this weekend, and was number eight in the world.

Jane Melby took home the win and a purse of $4,110 out of Williams Lake after running a 16.328.

See full results below!

Onion Lake Rodeo – Unofficial Results courtesy of the LRA
1.Justine Elliot 17.51; 2. Sandra Carter 17.75; 3. Shannon Blakely 17.98; 4. Christine Ross 18.02; 5. Aimee Mcknight 18.13; 6. Kayley Anderson 18.16; 7. Cheyenne Klepper 18.19; 8. Tammi Braithwaite 18.2

Spruce Point Park Rodeo, Kinuso – Unofficial Results courtesy of the WRA
1.Briana Baudin 16.203; 2. Cheyenne Klepper 16.226; 3. Kristen Spiker 16.233; 4. Jacqueline Marsh 16.239; 5. Brittany Kaiser 16.527; 6. Melissa Freeman 16.548; 7. Lisa Trach 16.624; 8. Karli Haeberle 16.723

Ponoka Stampede Long Go Unofficial Results – courtesy of the CPRA
1. Sherry Cervi, 17.610 seconds, $4703.61; 2. Callahan Crossley, 17.675, $3998.07; 3. Kirsty White, 17.701, $3292.52; 4. Tillar Murray, 17.748, $2822.17; 5. Cathy Grant, 17.754, $2351.81; 6. (tie) Carman Pozzobon and Jaime Hinton, 17.758, $1411.08 each; 8. Taylor Jacob, 17.833, $940.72; 9. Taylor Manning, 17.837, $823.13; 10. Melissa Thiessen, 17.846, $705.54; 11. Christine Laughlin, 17.890, $587.95; 12. Lynette Brodoway, 17.894, $470.36

Ponoka Stampede Short Go Results – Courtesy of the CPRA
1. Carman Pozzobon,17.417, $2000; 2. Taylor Manning, 17.649, $1,500; 3. Lynette Brodoway, 17.675, $1000; 4. Christine Laughlin, 17.704, $500

Ponoka Stampede Showdown Results – Courtesy of the CPRA
1. Carman Pozzobon, 17.626 $7,500; 2. Taylor Manning, 17.662 $3,750; 3. Jamie Hinton, 17.707 $2,250; 4. Lynette Brodoway, 17.820 $1,500

Williams Lake Stampede Unofficial Results – courtesy of the CPRA
1. Jane Melby, 16.328 seconds, $4110; 2. Sydney Daines, 16.414, $3288; 3. Jackie Ganter, 16.429, $2671; 4. Jaime Hinton, 16.438, $2055; 5. Lynette Brodoway, 16.464, $1644; 6. Cathy Grant, 16.533, $1233; 7. Kendra Edey, 16.596, $1027; 8. Carman Pozzobon, 16.668, $925; 9. Colby Gilbert, 16.674, $822; 10. Diane Skocdopole, 16.684, $719; 11. Sherrylynn Johnson, 16.691, $616; 12. Crystal Christman, 16.695, $514; 13. Rene Leclercq, 16.756, $411; 14. Callahan Crossley, 16.756, $308; 14. Katie Garthwaite, 16.761, $205

Airdrie Pro Rodeo Unofficial Results – courtesy of the CPRA
1. Kellie Collier, 15.039 seconds, $2462.80; 2. Callahan Crossley, 15.137, $2093.38; 3. Rainy Robinson, 15.232, $1723.96; 4. Sydney Daines, 15.249, $1477.68; 5. Colby Gilbert, 15.260, $1231.40; 6. Cathy Grant, 15.264, $861.98; 7. Marci Laye, 15.309, $615.70; 8. Kirsty White, 15.368, $492.56; 9. Jaime Hinton, 15.409, $430.99; 10. Tillar Murray, 15.416, $369.42; 11. Laci Suitor, 15.435, $307.85; 12. Rebecca Miller, 15.446, $246.28

Results

LCB Report June 17th-18th

Innisfail, ALBERTA – Diane Skocdopole is making her runs count, winning her second CPRA rodeo of the year this past weekend at the Daines Ranch. She has now moved to 19th position after just eight rodeos with $3,348.75 won.

“My horse was strong and really sucked down and turned her first and second barrel. She didn’t finish 3rd as good as I’d have liked but it was ok being as we had to run out the corner gate. I’m just happy it all worked out.” she said.

The rodeo was packed all weekend, even selling out of physical tickets on Saturday night.

“It was super fun to get to run in a perf there. Such a great atmosphere and history at that rodeo!” said Skocdopole.

Full results from the June 17-18 weekend & current CPRA standings including Innisfail are below.

Innisfail Unofficial Results – courtesy of the CPRA
1. Diane Skocdopole, 15.910 seconds, $2246.60; 2. Shalayne Lewis, 16.003, $1909.61; 3. Rebecca Miller, 16.031, $1572.62; 4. Steffanie Mather-Moore, 16.079, $1347.96; 5. Katie Garthwaite, 16.108, $1123.30; 6. Kaylea Argent, 16.111, $786.31; 7. Julie Leggett, 16.114, $561.65; 8. Nancy Csabay, 16.127, $449.32; 9. Braidy Howes, 16.146, $393.16; 10. Kelly Collier, 16.161, $336.99; 11. Raylee Edwards, 16.172, $280.82; 12. Briana Baudin, 16.209, $224.66

Gooseberry Results – courtesy of the LRA
Traci Beckman 16.229 3,958.08
Susan Gulick 16.308 3,251.28
Kali Kott 16.452 2,544.48
Mary Ann Toohey 16.464 1,837.68
Jaclyn Marsh 16.476 1,130.88
Val Gillespie 16.514 706.80
Justine Elliot 16.558 424.08
Melissa Freeman 16.591 282.72

Killam Results – courtesy of the LRA
Cheyenne Klepper 13.669 1,627.50
Brittany Kaiser 13.738 1,336.88
Shelby Swain 13.778 1,046.25
Justin Elliot 13.892 755.63
Kali Kott 13.955 465.00
Jaycee Davidson 13.99 290.63
Sandra Carter 14.009 174.37
Aimee Mcknight 14.095 116.24

Delburne Results – courtesy of the FCA
1. Brittany Dommash
2. Bryce Fischer
3. Tristan Johner
4. Briana Bauding
5. Cari-Ann Breton
6. Kelly McLeod
7. Justine Elliott
8. Lisa Trach

CPRA Standings up to and including Innisfail Rodeo- courtesy of the CPRA
1 MOORE CHELSEA (12) POUCE COUPE BC 7,978.64
2 WHITE KIRSTY (13) BIG VALLEY AB 7,810.89
3 GERARD SARAH (13) SAVONA BC 6,911.21
4 THIESSEN MELISSA (12) STETTLER AB 6,470.73
5 COLLIER KELLIE (9) HEREFORD, TX 5,870.07
6 GOODWIN BOBBIE (11) CRANBROOK BC 5,529.55
7 GARTHWAITE KATIE (4) MERRITT BC 5,138.43
8 MILLER REBECCA (9) DALEMEAD AB 5,124.65
9 WILLS BRETT (8) KAMLOOPS, BC 5,104.39
10 CSABAY NANCY (9) TABER AB 4,529.63
11 EDEY KENDRA (13) LONGVIEW AB 4,290.01
12 BRODOWAY LYNETTE (10) BROOKS AB 3,798.82
13 POZZOBON CARMAN (12) ALDERGROVE, BC 3,720.29
14 CROSSLEY CALLAHAN (7) HERMISTON, OR 3,681.03
15 MCLEOD MICHELE (7) PILOT POINT, TX 3,594.56
16 SMITH NINA (12) PINCHER CREEK AB 3,516.39
17 MATHER – MOORE STEFFANIE POUCE COUPE BC 3,436.64
18 LEWIS SHALAYNE (11) VERNON BC 3,395.05
19 SKOCDOPOLE DIANE (8) BIG VALLEY AB 3,348.75
20 CHRISTMAN CRYSTAL (13) OKOTOKS AB 3,324.31
21 LECLERCQ RENE (13) HOLDEN AB 3,213.86
22 DAINES SYDNEY (10) RED DEER COUNTY, AB 2,604.04
23 MOORE JORDAN (7) MOUSTAN WI 2,509.33
24 LEGGETT JULIE (8) KAMLOOPS BC 2,315.46
25 GILBERT COLBY (10) MAPLE CREEK, SASK 2,245.51
26 KELLY BRITTANY (7) PASO ROBLES, CA 2,218.40
27 WHITESIDE KYLIE (8) LONGVIEW AB 1,819.84
28 MCMANN SHAYLEE (9) DONALDA, AB 1,733.83
29 LEFEBVRE CANDACE (13) ARDROSSON, AB 1,595.64
30 MANNING TAYLOR (10) EDSON AB 1,458.17
31 HINTON JAIME (7) BULVERDE TX 1,401.69
32 SWITZER BAILEE (11) ANEROID SK 1,378.28
33 BUFF GAYLENE (11) WESTWOLD BC 1,327.52
34 PANA NICOLE (13) WOOD MOUNTAIN SK 1,250.61
35 WHITESIDE BRADI (6) LONGVIEW, AB 1,218.24
36 GANTER JACKIE (5) ABILENE TX 1,083.78
37 GRANT CATHY (3) GRANTON ON 1,061.03
38 SHAW TACEE (9) CARDSTON AB 940.28
39 LAYE MARCI (14) BASHAW AB 720.74
40 DIXON TONI (11) MILLARVILLE AB 707.35
41 SHAW CRYSTAL (6) DAYSLAND AB 627.32
42 ZACHODA LISA (10) OKOTOKS AB 551.31
43 MACDONALD TRACI (9) ERSKINE AB 454.58
44 SCHAUER MADELYN (6) HALKIRK AB 412.66
45 HOWES BRAIDY (8) METISKOW AB 393.16
46 VEER JUDY (9) SUNDRE, AB 335.58
47 MCKENZIE RYLEE (7) ST PAUL AB 307.85
48 EDWARDS RAYLEE (6) LETHBRIDGE AB 280.83
49 MCLEOD RHONDA (6) MONTE CREEK BC 246.28
50 ROBERTS CRANNA (10) RED DEER COUNTY AB 91.88

Results

LCB Report June 9-11th

Marwayne, ALBERTA– Back to back weekend wins for Bobbie Goodwin and her horse Sonny. Last weekend it was the Leduc Black Gold rodeo, this weekend they won the Lea Park Rodeo in Marwayne, Alberta.

“It sure was a wet weekend.” Goodwin recalled of the monsoon June conditions. “Lea Park was pretty exciting! I think the luck of the draw helped me out. I knew Sonny liked that pen as we placed there last year. He worked so good that night; he ran hard and turned hard. We just finished racing and it down poured. It was kind of scary weekend for weather, we hit a crazy storm on our way to Brooks. It felt like we were chasing tornados! We ran in mud at Rocky and he worked good too, he loves mud, but we were just a little long there.” she said.

Over to Brooks where a wild storm ripped through, it was Lynette Brodoway who stole the show on SR EFFORT INMY BOOTS aka Rocket, her 8 year old gelding.

“I ran Friday evening. The weather was warm and the ground was great! I have run Rocket at most of the rodeos this spring that I have entered.” said Brodoway.

Crystal Christman won Rocky Pro rodeo with a 18.034 for an unofficial $2049.20.

“Rocky was our first rodeo this weekend and thankfully we were able to run there before the rain. The ground was fairly hard and a bit tricky to negotiate so I was very pleased with how Lenny handled it. We have been working on trusting each other more, especially to the first barrel. I rode one handed and he worked very well.” she recalled.  “When we got to the first barrel, I felt him pick himself up a bit to adjust for the ground. Honestly, he was the one that made the smart move and I am grateful for it!” Crystal headed to Brooks and Lea Park after the torrential downpours.

“The committees worked hard to have the best ground possible and they did a great job! Thursday night Sonja Dodginghorse and I were riding out a wicked storm just outside of Brooks. The morning brought wind but the ground was actually pretty great, all things considered! We tipped the second barrel though, after a little slip.” Crystal was just out of the money in Lea Park.

“All in all, I was so very pleased with Lenny and his efforts this weekend. He is really starting to show how intelligent he is on different ground conditions and in different arenas. I’m grateful to have the opportunity to spend time with such a talented horse and so very grateful to all of the friends and family that have helped along the journey. I’d like to thank Kalyn Peloquin and Chelsea Moore for all of their help and support.” she said.

In the amateur associations Molly Marquette won Meadow Lake rodeo with a 13.050, and Miss Justine Elliot won both Wetaskiwin and Cadogan rodeos, with a 17.928 in Wetaskiwin, and a 15.9 in Cadogan.

The 14 year old won St. Albert Rainmaker rodeo just a few weekends ago, and is now running with the ladies instead of the juniors full time, proving thats where she belongs.

“When I ran at Cadogan it was when it was dry which was nice. I ran Blondy at both rodeos and she felt great at both of them.” said Elliot.

The 16th-18th weekend will include the following rodeos; CCA rodeos Coutts, Pilot Butte, and Radville, FCA rodeo Delburne which is triple approved including LRA and WRA, LRA rodeos Gooseberry Lake and Killam, and CPRA rodeo Innisfail, Alberta.

See results below! (will be updated as results become available)

Lea Park Rodeo, Unofficial Results
1. Bobbie Goodwin, 16.576 seconds, $2462.80; 2. Kendra Edey, 16.585, $2093.38; 3. Callahan Crossley, 16.726, $1723.96; 4. Brett Wills, 16.749, $1477.68; 5. Brittany Kelly, 16.794, $1231.40; 6. Kirsty White, 16.836, $861.98; 7. Jordan Moore, 16.838, $615.70; 8. Sarah Gerard, 16.910, $492.56; 9. Jackie Ganter, 16.926, $430.99; 10. Crystal Shaw, 16.940, $369.42; 11. Rylee McKenzie, 16.984, $307.85; 12. Rhonda McLeod, 17.043, $246.28

Brooks Kinsmen Pro Rodeo, Unofficial Results
1. Lynette Brodoway, 17.675 seconds, $1974.00; 2. Kendra Edey, 17.844, $1692.00; 3. Rene LeClercq, 17.900, $1410.00; 4. Kellie Collier, 17.910, $1222.00; 5. Callahan Crossley, 17.956, $940.00; 6. Kim Gerwatoski, 17.972, $$752.00; 7. Michelle Mcleod, 17.975, $$564.00; 8. Brittany Kelly, 18.045, $376.00; 9. Marci Laye, 18.048, $282.00; 10. Kylie Whiteside, 18.049, $188.00

Rocky Pro Rodeo, Unofficial Results
1. Crystal Christman, 18.034 seconds, $2049.20; 2. Julie Leggett, 18.080, $1741.82; 3. Brett Wills, 18.131, $1434.44; 4. Kirsty White, 18.161, $1229.52; 5. Lynette Brodoway, 18.171, $1024.60; 6. Steffanie Mather-Moore, 18.178, $717.22; 7. Jaime Hinton, 18.229, $512.30; 8. Madelyn Schauer, 18.278, $409.84; 9. Sonya Dodginghorse, 18.315, $358.61; 10. Cassandra Peters, 18.336, $307.38; 11. Crystal Shaw, 18.347, $256.15; 12. Rene Schnitzler, 18.351, $204.92

Cadogan Rodeo, Official Results – courtesy of the LRA
Justine Elliot 15.928 1,471.26
Rachel Jones 16.03 1,208.54
Joanne Long 16.278 945.81
Jacqueline Marsh 16.371 683.09
Traci Preissl 16.383 420.36
Susan Gulick 16.463 262.73
Christine Ross 16.48 157.64
Cheyanne Klepper 16.487 105.08

Wetaskiwin Rodeo, Official Results
Justine Elliott 17.928 1,757.70
Rachel Jones 17.968 1,443.83
Cheyenne Klepper 17.977 1,129.95
Traci Beckman 18.076 816.08
Jesse Vandenbroek 18.341 408.04
Lindsey Westman 18.341 408.04
Shelly Manning 18.418 188.32
Lana Chorney 18.527 125.54

Meadow Lake, Official Results
Molly Marquette 13.05 983.01
Cheyenne Klepper 13.268 807.47
Rachel Jones 13.4 631.94
Tristan Bull 13.403 456.40
Jessie Vandenbroek 13.413 280.86
Montana laye 13.61 175.54
Katie Sloan 13.627 87.76
Taylor Schmidt 13.627 87.76

Results

LCB Barrel Report June 2-4

Leduc, ALBERTA-  Welcome to June, where there’s a rodeo in every small town you drive through! This weekend there were nine rodeos between the CPRA, LRA, WRA, FCA and CCA!

At the Leduc Black Gold Rodeo, it was Bobbie Goodwin from Cranbrook, BC who ran the fast 13.456 on her gelding Raise N Speedy, aka Sonny, who is a Native of Seattle by Raise a Native. The pair took home roughly $2227.80, which will give them a nice boost in the standings.

“My run felt really good, he was getting a little short so I really felt I had to work at him just to get by. I was actually shocked when I heard my time, but he’s surprises me a lot with that, smoothness stops the clock is all!” she laughed. “I was excited when I heard it, I’ve kind of had slow spring placing just at Coleman. I’m not hauling a ton but to the ones I think he will like. Edmonton and area is my cutt off, and that’s still too far for me!”

South of Leduc at the Hand Hills Lake Stampede it was your 2014 Canadian Champion, Steffanie Mather-Moore who ran a 16.511, for $1283.10.

“I was back on Buck this weekend, the old man felt great and feels like his old self. He just went out and did his thing! We are ready to take on the rest of the month of June with a bang!” she said.

Out at the Stony Plain Sodbuster Rodeo, Kerstin Bennett won the ladies barrel race on her five year old mare Dolly.

“I exhibition her twice this year in November and started hauling her in December. She really hasn’t been run outdoors. I had no expectations!” admitted Kerstin.

Dolly is a reining bred paint Top Sail Whiz mare by Colonel Shooting Gun stud, who Bennett bought to be a heel horse. “I started her on the barrels and thought she was pretty cool. Before this weekend, I had only run her at High Prairie, St.Paul and Lac la Biche rodeos. I seriously just got lucky!” said Bennett.

The weekend of June 9-11th will include Brooks, Lea Park and Rocky Mt. House CPRA rodeos, Lancer, Settler and Warman CCA Rodeos, and Wetaskiwin, Cadogan, and Meadow Lake LRA rodeos

Full weekend results below!

Grande Prairie Stompede Unofficial Results – Courtesy of the CPRA
1. Michelle McLeod, 15.761 seconds, $3030.56; 2. Kirsty White, 15.914, $2424.45; 3. Colby Gilbert, 15.939, $1969.86;4. Nancy Csabay, 15.940, $1515.28; 5. Nina Smith, 15.986, $1212.22; 6. Brett Wills, 16.040, 909.17; 7. Crystal Christman, 16050, $576.40; 8. Chelsea Moore, 16.065, $681.88; 9. Tacee Shaw, 16.092, $606.11; 10. Paige Manning, 16.121, $530.35; 11. Traci MacDonald, 16.125, $454.58; 12. Brianna Baudin, 16.147, $378.82; 13. Jaime Hinton, 16.151, $303.06; 14. Lynette Brodoway, 16.159, $227.29; 12. Jackie Ganter, 16.182, $151.53

Leduc Black Gold Rodeo Unofficial Results – Courtesy of the CPRA
1. Bobbie Goodwin, 13.456, $2227.80; 2. Jordan Moore, 13.491, $1893.63; 3. Rene Leclercq, 13.578, $1559.46; 4. Kelly Collier, 13.604, $1336.68; 5. Nancy Csabay, 13.612, $1113.90; 6. Sydney Daines, 13.617, $779.73; 7. Shannon Blakely, 13.654, $501.26; 8. Jackie Ganter, 13.654, $501.25; 9. Sarah Gerard, 13.682, $389.87; 10. Tacee Shaw, 13.703, $334.17; 11. Chelsea Moore, 13.737, $278.48; 12. Callahan Crossley, 13.744, $222.77

Hand Hills Lake Stampede Unofficial Results – Courtesy of the CPRA
1. Steffanie Mather-Moore, 16.511, $1283.10; 2. Melissa Thiessen, 16.566, $1099.80; 3. Kellie Collier, 16.609, $916.50; 4. Callahan Crossley, 16.615, $794.30; 5. Brittan Kelly, 16.617, $611.00; 6. Jaime Hinton, 16.620, $488.80; 7. Nancy Csabay, 16.624, $366.60; 8. Rene Leclercq, 16.663, $244.40; 9. Diane Skocdopole, 16.712, $183.30; 10. Taylor Manning, 16.720, $122.20

Tofield Sodbuster Rodeo Unofficial Results
1.Briana Baudin 15.432, 2. Montana Laye 15.499, 3. Sayward Flynn 15.683, 4. Molly Marquette 15.703, 5. Kerstin Bennett 15.703, 6. Kayle Kowalski 15.761, 7. Loren Mackenzie 15.779, 8. Kali Kott 15.787

Stony Plain Farmer Days Rodeo Unofficial Results
1. Kerstin Bennett 15.686, 2. Brianne Boudin 15.747, 3. Joanne Long 15.759, 4. Traci Beckman 15.811, 5. Ramona Nash 15.971

Cold Lake Stampede Unofficial Results
1. Sayward Flynn 16.597 $1,842.33, 2. Marlee Branden 16.679 $1,513.34, 3. Sandra Carter 16.738 $1,184.36, 4. Montana Laye 16.811 $855.37, 5. Kayley Anderson 16.813 $526.38, 6. Katie Sloan 16.820 $328.99, 7. Lauren Russell 16.941 $197.36, 8. Susan Gulick 17.048 $131.59

Water Valley Stampede FCA Unofficial Results

1-Val Gillespie, 2-Cheyenne Klepper, 3-Ashley Chapman, 4-Bailey Goelema, 5-Lisa Webb, 6-Madison Wright, 7-Taryn Brown, 8-Lindsay Beach

Kindersley, Sask CCA Unofficial Results
1.Calonna Slade 13.12, 2. Cassandra Peters 13.39, 3. Val Gillespie 13.53, 4. Shaylee McMann 13.54, 4. Jennifer Getz 13.54, 6. Nicole Pana 13.56, 7. Robbi Keller 13.59, 7. Bailee Switzer 13.59, 7. Bertina Olafson 13.59

Unity, Sask CCA Unofficial Results
1.Shaylee McMann 17.65, 2. Taryn Parsonage 17.80, 3. Rusty Quam 17.90, 4. Jacey Crossley 17.92, 5. Kirsten Gjerde 17.93, 6. Laramie Slade 17.97, 7. Jessa Galloway 17.99, 8. Renie Schnitzler 18.02, 8. Tara Halvorson 18.02

Results

LCB Barrel Report May 26-28

St.Albert, AB-Justine Elliot who is not quite 15 years of age, won the Saint Albert Rainmaker Rodeo by three tenths this weekend, beating out 83 ladies.

Justine ran a beautiful 15.918 to win the rodeo.

“Blondy worked extremely great, she was like a rocket the way she was coming out of her barrels.” Justine exclaimed. “When I came out of the arena I was expecting to be a 16.1 or a 16.2 but when they said I had ran a 15.9 I was surprised and a feeling of excitement came over me. I think Blondy could tell because she came out prancing. I didn’t think I was going to win seeing as there were 83 ladies.” she said.

The dynamic duo also won the Junior barrels at the Mayerthorpe rodeo. “Blondy was definitely on fire this weekend!” Justine said.

How were they able to run in both the ladies and the youth? There were no Junior Barrels to enter in St. Albert, so Justine’s dad Jody entered her in the Ladies.

“She has to decide which one she wants to enter now as she has won over $500 in the ladies. We were just testing the water at St. Albert but I think she will buy her full LRA card.” he said.


It was Sandra Carter who won the Ladies barrel race at the Mayerthorpe rodeo ,and pulled an eighth place cheque at St. Albert on her mare Dollar, who is out of a Judge Cash mare, and by HEZGOTTABEFAMOUS.

“She is quite an athlete and very fast. Dollar really is feeling good this year and starting to be more consistent. She is very corky but I love her. My run in Mayerthorpe felt fantastic; her first and second were so smooth, I came out wide a little on my third but she can run and we still clocked.” said Sandra.

Carter and Dollar have pulled cards in LRA,WRA,FCA, and CCA this year.

“Once I feel where she is doing best I will concentrate on that association and my goal this year is to make a finals. It’s so much fun going down the road and having such a great rodeo family.” she said.


The June 2nd-4th weekend will be host to three Canadian Pro Rodeo Assoc. rodeos, including Leduc Black Gold Rodeo, Grande Prairie Stompede, and Hand Hills. LRA rodeos include Cold Lake Stampede & Tofield Sodbuster, with the one WRA rodeo being the Stony Plain Farmer Days.

See full results below from this weekend.

St. Albert Rainmaker Rodeo Unofficial Results -Courtesy of Lakeland Rodeo Assoc.
1.Justine Elliot 15.918, 2. Tammy Braithwaite 16.219, 3. Kristen Gjerde 16.260, 4. Susan Gulick 16.286, 5. Jayce Davidson 16.308, 6. Montana Laye 16.311, 7. Taylor Schmidt 16.327, 8. Sandra Carter 16.330

Mayerthorpe Rodeo Unofficial Results- Courtesy of WRA Facebook Page
1. Sandra Carter 12.737, 2. Christine Drisner 12.777, 3. Kelli Posspbon 12.953, 4. Taylor Schmidt 12.978, 5.Traci Beckman 13.023

Results

LCB Barrel Report May 19-21

Thorsby, AB– Rumour has it an arena record was set at the Thorsby Haymaker rodeo this weekend. It was run by Shannon Blakely who dominated the amateur associations last year taking home well over $20,000, never venturing further than 3 hours from home.

Shannon and her trusty one eyed gelding Rowdy ran a 14.539, beating 97 other entries.

“It actually really surprised me how well he clocked there cause that was only his third run this year and he doesn’t even really have his air up yet, and we are usually pretty rusty in the spring.” Shannon said.

Blakely has decided to change it up this year. “I’m actually pretty excited, I just entered my first pro rodeo today. I never thought I’d do this but sometimes people come into your life that encourage you to try something different and just see what happens, and to not have any ‘what if’s’. I need to do this for Rowdy, he deserves it, so we will see how it goes!”

Shannon and Rowdy have entered for Grande Prairie and will be focusing on the Canadian Pro Rodeos in the coming months. Check out her interview from last year here. 

In British Columbia this weekend, the Cloverdale Invitational rodeo was won by Kirsty White and her mare Racy. White & Carmen Pozzobon tied for first in Pool A.

“Going into the finals I was just going to try to really set up the run with my first barrel because its a bit wide open on the left first, and then finish it. I was thrilled to run the 15.92 but did not quite nail the first but was really happy with my time.” Kirsty recalled.

At the 99th annual Falkland Stampede, Shalayne Lewis and her horse were on fire running a 16.499 to take home $1485.

This coming weekend for amateur rodeo is Mayerthorpe & St.Albert, as for the CPRA it’s a free weekend. Grande Prairie, Handhills & Leduc, Alberta kick off the month of June.

Full results below.

Cloverdale Invitational Rodeo Pool A & B Results-courtesy of Everything-Cowboy.com

A-1. (tie) Kirsty White – Big Valley, AB and Carman Pozzobon – Aldergrove, BC – $4,300 each; 3. Jessica Leach – Rockyville, NE – $1,600; 4. Sydney Daines – Innisfail, AB – $1,550.

B-1. (tie) Nikki Hansen – Vale, SD and Becky Fuson – Conrad, MT – $4,300 each; 3. (tie) Kaylee Galleno – Warpa, SD and Kyle Whiteside – DeWinton, AB – $1,200 each

Cloverdale Invitational Rodeo Final Results-courtesy of Everything-Cowboy.com

1. Kirsty White, 15.92 seconds, $24,300; 2. Carman Pozzobon, 15.96, $14,300; 3. Nikki Hansen, 16.04, $10,300; 4. Becky Fuson, 16.10, $8,300; 5. Kylie Whiteside, 16.24, $4,200; 6. Jessica Leech, 16.50, $3,600.

Falkland Stampede Unofficial Results – courtesy of rodeocanada.com

1. Shalayne Lewis, 16.499 seconds, $1485; 2. Brett Wills, 16.618, $1273; 3. Cathy Grant, 16.949, $1061; 4. Gaylene Buff, 16.954, $920; 5. Toni Dixon, 16.964, $707; 6. Lynette Brodoway, 16.966, $566; 7. Kayla Simmons, 16.970, $424; 8. Sara Christmas, 16.977, $283; 9. Nina Smith, 16.996, $212; 10. Taylor Manning, 17.013, $141

Thorsby Haymaker Rodeo Unofficial Results – courtesy of Wild Rose Rodeo Assoc. via Facebook You can check out Shannon’s winning run here.

1.Shannon Blakley 14.539, 2. Cheyenne Klepper 14.738, 3. Kristen Spiker 14.767, 4. Carmen Hopper 14.930, 5. Jordie Likes 14.933

South Country Futurity, Derby & Open Results found here. 
Congrats to Futurity winner Kareen Warren and Derby winner Cassandra Peters and to the Top 12 Average winners!

Results

LCB Weekend Report May 12-14

STAVELY, Alberta- This past weekend was the Stavely Indoor Pro Rodeo, Medicine Lodge amateur rodeo, Thorsby Mothers Day Jackpot, The Delburne District Spring Dash Jackpot, and the Hoover Hays Memorial Steer Wrestling Jackpot.

Rebecca Miller and her mare Queenie took home $2039.80 from the pro rodeo, which will give her a nice  boost in the CPRA standings where she was sitting 10th prior to the rodeo.

“Queenie feels amazing right now, I am absolutely blown away with the way she is handling these little pens this spring considering she is so huge! She was a little more amped up than normal before our run and she kinda took off on me in the alley but I managed to stay on and it worked out. I had no idea I was that fast and I got an extra surprise with a beautiful buckle that I didn’t expect, so I was just so grateful!” Miller exclaimed.

Just off the Yellowhead, way west of Edmonton is the Medicine Lodge amateur rodeo, where Kayley Anderson and her horse Lickety cinched up their water wings and ran a 14.924 in the rain filled pen.

“My run felt good for the very muddy conditions. Lickety was always my back up horse for the muddy runs at the pro rodeos and now she is really confident in the mud.” she said  “I trust her and she trusts me so it makes for a great team in not so wonderful ground conditions.”

Over to the land of jackpots, a Mothers Day Jackpot was hosted at the Thorsby Haymaker arena, where Kali Kott and her horse Charm ran a 14.970 in Thorsby taking home just over $500 beating out 127 open runs to win the 1D. The Delburne Spring Dash had over 80 runs both Saturday and Sunday with a 13.609 ran by Bailey Goelema on Torque being the fast time of the weekend (that is posted).

The Hoover Hays Memorial steer wrestling jackpot in Cremona, Alberta at the Milan ranch had 54 guys entered, paying out four places in the rounds, and six places in the average. Check out the results down below!

Stavely Pro Rodeo Results courtesy of rodeocanada.com
1. Rebecca Miller, 13.645 seconds, $2039.80; 2. Shaylee McMann, 13.669, $1733.83; 3. Candace Lefebvre, 13.761, $1427.86; 4. Nina Smith, 13.766, $1223.88; 5. Kirsty White, 13.781, $1019.90; 6. Bailey O’Donnell, 13.792, $713.93; 7. Melissa Thiessen, 13.793, $509.95; 8. Gaylene Buff, 13.827, $407.96; 9. Sarah Gerard, 13.843, $356.97; 10. Kellie Collier, 13.867, $305.97; 11. Sydney Daines, 13.874, $254.98; 12. Chelsey Carlier, 13.877, $203.98

WRA- Medicine Lodge Rodeo Results
1-Kaylee Anderson – 14.924, 2-Kayla Kowalsky – 15.168, 3-Kolbie Sawley – 15.238, 4-Morgan Marquardt – 15.280, 5-TJ Nash – 15.303

Thorsby Mothers Day $1037 Added Jackpot

Paid the following in each D in the Open
1-$508, 2-$442 3-$375, 4-$309, 5-$243, 6-$177, 7-$110, 8-$44

1D
1 Kali Kott Charm 14.970, 2 Carman Larson Bring On The Fame 14.981, 3 Tristan Johner Nike 15.055, 4 Sandra Carter Dollar 15.181, 5 Rhonda Mccaghy Jet 15.191, 6 Tristan Johner Sir 15.211, 7 Jacqueline Marsh Sage 15.220, 8 Kaylea Argent Roy 15.227 

2D
1 Ashley Batchlor Hitch 15.738, 2 Jennifer Peters Harley 15.752, 3 Crystal Shaw Cash 15.770, 4 Danielle Knapp Winnie 15.776, 5 Beth Stewart OE 15.784, 6 Jessica Cuffner Ryder 15.786, 7 Sonda Marks Tara 15.800, 8 Kayley Anderson Hootie 15.807

3D
1-Kayley Anderson Ricky Bobby 16.413, 2 Morgan Preece Mouse 16.457, 3 Rachel Jones Gem 16.539, 4 Beth Stewart Gator 16.550, 5 Stacey Velhuis Rafter 16.574, 6 Morgan Preece Koda 16.598, 7 Frances Meston Princess Who 16.601, 8 Irene Blasko Blazin Jethro Pie 16.794.

Delburne Spring Dash Results found here.

Hoover Hays Memorial Jackpot Results 

Round 1
1-Tanner Milan 3.7 $1102, 2-Chance Butterfield 2.9 $826, 3-Straws Milan 4.0 $413, 4-Travis Reay $4.0 $413

Round 2
1-Straws Milan 3.6 $1102, 2-Tanner Milan 4.0 $826, 3-Curtis Cassidy 4.1 $413, 3-Harley Cole 4.1 $413

Round 3
1-Tanner Milan 4.0 $1102, 2-Bailie Milan 4.1 $688, 3-Layne Delemont 4.1 $688, 4-Straws Milan 4.3 $91, 4-Joe Guze 4.3 $91, 4-Harley Cole 4.3 $91

Round 4
1-Lucas Parker 3.7 $826, 1-Layne Delemont 3.7 $826, 1-Tanner Milan 3.7 $826, 2-Curtis Cassidy 3.8 $275

Round 5
1-Joe Guze 3.7 $1102, 2-Ty Willick 4.0 $826, 3-Layne Delemont 4.1 $413, 3-Landen Beards 4.1 $413

AVERAGE PAYOUT AND WINNERS
1-Tanner Milan $4009.35, 2-Harley Cole $3318, 3-Stephen Culling $2626, 4-Will Stovall $1935, 5/6-Matt Richardson/Travis Reay $967 each

 

Results

LCB Barrel Racing Report May 5-7

DRAYTON VALLEY, AB- Just one Canadian Pro Rodeo on the map this weekend in Drayton Valley which ran Friday to this Sunday afternoon. The Yellow Rose Futurity/Derby was held in Claresholm, and there were no amateur rodeos.

Melissa Thiessen won Drayton with a 13.145 on Sunday afternoon, unofficially taking home $1929.58. “She’s been great all spring.” Thiessen said.

Also exciting this weekend, was 13 year old Taylor Manning placing fourth on 9 year old Good Little Nick aka Matlock, running a  13.275, taking home an unofficial $1194.50 and officially filling her card!

“My run felt really good, and I am so happy to fill my permit!” said Taylor. She and her sister Paige, who was just .02 out of placing, are going down the pro rodeo trail this year to try something new and have fun with their Mom Shelly Manning who will be driving all year as both girls are too young to drive!

In 2016 Paige was the Lakeland Rodeo Association Junior Barrel Racing Champion aboard the 11 year old Ima Hot Bug aka Merlin, who was the 2016 & 2014 LRA Horse of the year. Paige was LRA Finals qualifier in 2014 & 2015. Taylor was the 2014 & 2015 Wildrose Rodeo Association Finals Peewee Champion, 2015 LRA Peewee Champ, & 2016 WRA Junior Barrel Racing Champion.

In Claresholm, Chelsea Moore took home almost $4000 on her futurity gelding Leroy, winning the average and winning the second run by 2 tenths.  Results from the Yellow Rose Futurity & Derby can be found sporadically on the event page via Facebook here.

Unofficial Results for Drayton Valley Pro Rodeo courtesy of CPRA*

1. Melissa Thiessen, 13.145, $1929.58; 2. Carman Pozzobon, 13.171, $1653.93; 3. Bailee Switzer, 13.234, $1398.27; 4. Taylor Manning, 13.275, $1194.50; 5. Diane Skocdopole, 13.435, $918.85; 6. Sydney Daines, 13.437, $735.08; 7. Lisa Zachoda, 13.494, $551.31; 8. Nina Smith, 13.527, $367.54; 9. Colby Gilbert, 13.531, $275.65; 10. (tie) Cranna Roberts and Tristan Johner, 13.548, $91.88