There was beautiful weather for the 2016 Didsbury Foothills Cowboy Association Rodeo on August 20-21st and it included a solid performance from 17 year old bull rider Cameron Brown from Cremona.
This year's Didsbury FCA Rodeo wrapped up on a hot and sunny Saturday afternoon at the Ag Society Grounds.
Cremona's Cameron Brown gave the spectators something to cheer about by posting an 80 point bull ride aboard Pengally's Gravity.
The 17 year old explains how he got into bull riding and who he has been traveling with this season.
Brown was pleased with his result in Didsbury and discusses one of the cowboys who has helped him out during his second year of bull riding.
Brown entered the weekend in 4th this season in the Foothills Cowboy Association's bull riding standings.
The top bull ride at the Didsbury FCA rodeo was an 86.5 on Friday night by one of his traveling partners - Claresholm's Griffin Smeltzer.
Other unofficial winners for the major events in Didsbury included..
Chance Barrass from Yellowhead County with a 75 in saddle bronc.
A 71 was good enough to win in bareback for Sylvan Lake's Tanner Young.
Arizona's Brent Keaveney had a 9 and 3 to finish first in calf roping.
Chad Anderson from Entwhistle got it done in 5 seconds flat to take the top prize money in steer wrestling.
Turner Valley's Sasha Noval had the quickest time of 15.984 seconds in barrel racing.
There was a three way tie for first place in team roping as Ponoka's Roddy McNinch and Big Valley's J.T. Robinson along with Jordan and Mack Smith from Tees as well as Riley and Tim Chalack from Carstairs all finished in 6 seconds flat.