Unofficial FCA Rodeo Results From Pete Knight Days

The major event winners from Pete Knight Days in Crossfield included Airdrie's Allan Fletcher in bareback, William Barrows from Foremost in bull riding, Mayerthorpe's Mark O'Dempsey in saddle bronc, Wayne and Chase Skocodople from Big Valley in team roping, Danny Finnerty from Duchess and Chase Hofer from Magrath tied for first in calf roping, and Nanton's Lindsay Woolsey was the quickest in barrel racing.

The Foothills Cowboy Association was in Crossfield for Pete Knight Days on June 8th and 9th.
 
Airdrie's Allan Fletcher posted another victory in bareback. After winning at the Water Valley Stampede earlier this month, Fletcher found more success in Crossfield as he posted a 70 point ride to win again.
 
William Barrows from Foremost had a 76 aboard Mean Dean to take the bull riding title at Pete Knight Days.
 
Mayerthorpe's Mark O'Dempsey led the way in saddle bronc with a 73.5.
 
The top team roping tandem was Wayne and Chase Skocdopole from Big Valley. They got the job done in 7.4 seconds.
 
Ponoka's Clay Guthrie had a time of 9.2 seconds to set the pace in steer wrestling.
 
Danny Finnerty from Duchess and Chase Hofer from Magrath tied for first in calf roping. They both had a time of 8. 5 seconds.
 
Nanton's Lindsay Woolsey was quickest in barrel racing with a time of 15.371 seconds.
 
Other winners at Pete Knight Days included Cremona's Jayce McKean in breakaway roping, Amanda Harder from Carstairs in junior barrel racing, Tristen Manning from Edson in junior steer riding, and Nanton's Carter Sandberg in novice horse riding.
 
The FCA heads to Delburne for Indoor Rodeo action this Friday at Saturday at 6 o'clock both nights.
 
 

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