Day one Ponoka Stampede results

The 72nd annual Ponoka Stampede kicked off on June 25 with 3,753 people watching the professional rodeo action. It was a beautiful evening with only a few showers for the first night of the largest professional rodeo in Canada.

  • Jun. 25, 2008 2:00 p.m.

Tim Shirley from Conifer

The 72nd annual Ponoka Stampede kicked off on June 25 with 3,753 people watching the professional rodeo action. It was a beautiful evening with only a few showers for the first night of the largest professional rodeo in Canada.

The Ponoka News hosted the first pancake breakfast with more than 1,000 people enjoying a great breakfast on Chipman Avenue. The event raised $1,500 for the Kidney Foundation of Canada and was a fun morning for all in attendance. The next pancake breakfast will be on June 28 at the Ponoka Town Centre starting at 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Also on June 30 there will be a pancake breakfast at the Stampede Grandstand hosted by the Alberta Cattlemen’s Association and on July 1 pancakes will be served at Kinetic Process Systems.

Professional rodeo action starts tomorrow at 1 p.m. and the World Professional Chuckwagon racing starts at 6:30 p.m. and to conclude day two will be the Grandstand Show featuring George Canyon and Shane Yellowbird.

Rodeo Results

Bareback riding

1. Tim Shirley, Conifer, CO, 86

2. Logan Hodson, Telkwa, BC, 78

3. Bevan Brown, Cambooya, Australia, 75

4. Kelly Timberman, Mills, WY, 74.5

5. Bill Turner, Calgary, AB, 74

Tie Down Roping

1. Mark Nugent, Water Valley, AB, 8.5 (19.9 on two)

2. Brad Goodrich, Stanfield, OR, 9.3 (21.3 on two)

3. Steven Thiessen, Stettler, AB, 8.0 (21.5 on two)

4. Levi Simpson, Claresholm, AB, 18.9 (31.7 on two)

5. Seth Hopper, Stanfield, OR, NT (11.7 slack)

Steer Wrestling

1. Tanner Milan, Cochrane, AB, 9.9 (15.4 on two)

2. Brad Morgan, Brandon, MS, 32.9 (on two)

3. Trevor Knowles, MT Vernon, OR, NT

4. Brent Wilsie, Caroline, AB, NT

5. Blake Knowles, Heppner, OR,

Saddle Bronc

1. Shaun Stroh, Dickinson, ND, 84.5

2. Dustin Hausauer, Dickinson, ND, 81

3. Jess Martin, Dillon, MT, 76

4. Logan Hodson, Telkwa, BC, BO

5. James Irish, Lewiston, BO

Team Roping

1. Mike Beers and Brandon Beers, Post and Powell Butte, OR, 5.5

2. Brady Minor and Riley Minor, Ellensburg, WA, 5.6

3. Justin and Brett McCarroll, Camrose, AB, 6.7

4. Rocky Ross and Marty Lillico, Botha and Spirit River, AB, 17.3

5. Rod Spiers and Chad Evenson, Dawson Creek and Pritchard, BS, NT

Ladies Barrel Racing

1. Lauren Chad, Saskatoon, SK, 17.24

2. Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, SD, 17.34

3. Debbie Renger, Okotoks, AB, 17.46

4. Jaclyne Kunz, Medicine, AB, 17.55

5. Barbra West, Oak Harbor, WA, 17.60

Bull Riding

1. Scott Schiffner, Strathmore, AB, 83.5

2. Logan Hodson, Telkwa, BC, 83

3. Kyle Lozier, 150 Mile House, BC, 82

4. Beau Hill, West Glacier, MT, 81

5. Wade Marchand, Vernon, BC, 76

Check the Ponoka News each day for up to date results www.ponokanews.com

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