Tyler Bingham from Honeyvile, Utah sits second in the bull riding after posting an 86.75 on June 28 at the Ponoka Stampede. Photo by Emily Jaycox

DAY 4: Ponoka Stampede Rodeo Results

Some area cowboys and cowgirls change up the standings on June 28

Performance 4, Friday, June 28

Bareback — Jacob Stemo, 8w.75; Overall — Spur Lacasse, Jake Vold, Caleb Bennett, Richmond Champion.

Saddle bronc — Dusty Hausauer, 83.25, Sage Newman, 79.25; Overall — Chase Brooks, Jake Finlay, Chet Johnson and Ben Andersen.

Steer Wrestling (two-run combined time) — Tanner Brunner, 11.3; Ty Erickson, 11.8; Stephen Culling, 23.5, Clayton Moore, 23.6; Overall — Tanner Brunner, Ty Erickson, Hunter Cure, Layne Delemont.

Tie Down Roping (two-run combined time) — Reese Riemer, 18.2; Matt Shiozawa, 20.2; Bo Pickett, 20.4; Overall — Shane Hanchey, Reese Riemer, Jake Pratt, Haven Meged.

Bull Riding — Tyler Bingham, 86.75; Sage Kimzey, 86; Garrett Smith, 85.25; Clayton Sellar, 84.75; Overall — Jacob Gardner, Tyler Bingham, Nick Tetz, Sage Kimzey.

Barrel Racing — Eryn Coy, 18.149; Overall — Hailey Kinsel, Tammy Fischer, Jennifer Sharp, Stevi Hillman.

Team Roping (two-run combined time) — Clark McCarroll/Kyle Smith, 17.6; Keely/Logan Bonnett, 19.6; Kyle Lucas/Troy Fischer, 28.2; Overall — Erich Rogers/Paden Bray; Chase Tryan/Brentan Hall; Tyce/Tuftin McLeod;Trey Gallais/Tee McLeod.

 

Consort’s own Brendan Laye edged himself closer to competing for a Ponoka Stampede title with a 20.8 combined time in the steer wrestling, even with a troublesome slower time of 12.5 in the June 28 afternoon performance. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Rimbey’s Stacey Ruzicka and her horse stride for the finish line, winding up with an 18.410 time in the barrel racing June 28 at the Ponoka Stampede, nearly four-tenths back of the top 12. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Corina Dixon of Lacombe makes the turn into the second barrel in her June 28 run at the Ponoka Stampede, but her time of 19.218 is more than a full second back of the current top 12. Photo by Emily Jaycox

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