High school rodeo at Louis Estates

A B.C. High School Rodeo will feature more than 60 wranglers this weekend at Louis Estates on Westside Road.

  • Sep. 25, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Morning Star Staff

A B.C. High School Rodeo will feature more than 60 wranglers this weekend at Louis Estates on Westside Road.

Admission is free for spectators with action going from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. both days. Louis Estates is five minutes from the highway and is well marked.

Cowboys and cowgirls will participate in events like: bull riding, barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying, team roping, breakaway roping and bareback.

Alysha Pastor of Salmon Arm leads the South pole bending standings with 71 points, while Tylee Cooper of Vernon is fourth with 52.

Jake Herman of Chase and Troy Gerard of Savona share the South tie down roping lead at 76 points.

Ty Nielsen and Hanna Strate, both of Kamloops, lead the Team Roping table with 50 points. Cooper is ninth with 10 points.

Jackson Scott of Kamloops is the South leader in steer wrestling with 59 points and also tops saddle bronc with 30 points and bull riding with 60.

Nevada Dynneson of Westbridge rules the Breakaway Roping with 53 points, while Jasmine Keller of Vernon is ninth with 27. Dynneson is also first in barrel racing with 111 points. Cooper and Keller are ninth and 10 respectively with 38 and 31 points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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