Ponoka Stampede Chuckwagon day one results

The first day of World Professional Chuckwagon races saw a new Ponoka Stampede track record being set by Doug Irvine.

  • Jun. 27, 2008 10:00 a.m.

The first day of World Professional Chuckwagon races saw a new Ponoka Stampede track record being set by Doug Irvine. He completed the half mile of hell in 1:13.59 earning him 36 points after the first night of racing. Jason Glass set the old track record with a time of 1:14.07 at the Ponoka Stampede in 2006.

Day three of professional rodeo action started at 1 p.m. and the chuckwagons hit the track again at 6:30 p.m. tonight.

Top 15 Chuckwagon aggregate results for day 1

For complete standings visit http://www.wpca.com/results_ponoka.aspx#Day1Results

1. Doug Irvine, 1:13.59, 36

2. Codey McCurrach, 1:15.47, 35

3. Rae Croteau Jr., 1:15.65, 34

4. Troy Dorchester, 1:15.81, 33

5. Luke Tournier, 1:15.88, 32

6. Grant Profit, 1:16.06, 31

7. Chad Hardenl, 1:16.10, 30

8. Tyler Helmig, 1:16.12, 29

9. Mark Sutherland, 1:16.14, 28

10. Kelly Sutherland, 1:16.28, 26.5

10. Mike Vigen, 1:16.28, 26.5

12. Kurt Bensmiller, 1:16.40, 24.5

12. Reg Johnstone, 1:16.40, 24.5

14. Shane Cartier, 1:16.42, 23

15. Herman Flad, 1:16.46, 22

Check back daily to www.ponokanews.com for stories, pictures and rodeo/chuckwagon results.

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