CARA Rodeo results

The Central Alberta Rodeo Association outdoor rodeo was held in Rimbey July 14 and 15.

  • Tue Jul 24th, 2012 11:00am
  • Sports

Brody Irwin of High River rides his bull with good form and natural talent.

The Central Alberta Rodeo Association outdoor rodeo was held in Rimbey July 14 and 15.

Results are as follows:

• Garrett Dunn placed first in bareback with a score of 71.

• Jackson Laurie placed first in saddle bronc with a 75 and Tyler Kampjes was second with 71.

• Dustin McLeay took the bull riding event with a 74, and Owen Berreth won the steer riding competition in the seven to 12-year-old category with a 84. Norman King was second with a 76 and Dawson Shannon was third with a 73.

• In 13- to 15 year-old category for steer riding, Denver Sissan won first with a 79, Curtis Clark and Jerome Bigchild tied for second and third with a score of 73.

• In the seven- to 12 year-old age group in barrel racing, Alyson Fox won first with a 17.09, Keeley Grover placed second with a 18.09 and Olivia Block took third with a 18.12.

• In 13- to 15-year-old barrel racing, Cheyenne Deley placed first with a 16.67, Blayde Melaney took second with a score of 16.97 and Tana Millard won third with a 17.09.

• In ladies’ barrels, Sam Smith took first with a 16.41, and Sherry Andrew and Erin Gilbert tied for second with a 16.62.

• Lane Purdie won the 13- to 15 year-old junior breakaway roping with a score of 1.45.

• Keifer Grover won the tie down roping with a score of 9.76, Quentin VanStratten took second with a score of 10.72 and Ricky Anderson came in third with a score of 10.99

• In the 12 and under breakaway roping, Kash Bonnett scored 3.95 and Jace Richards scored 6.34.

• In team roping (header) Chris Chomik took first with a score of 6.91, Ricky Anderson won second with a score of 8.72 and Lorne Lausen took third with a score of 9.78.

• In team roping (heeler) Shaun Powell took first with a score of 6.91, Cody Anderson took second with a score of 8.72 and Dave Johnson took third with a score of 9.78.