Results are in as the rodeo portion of Grande Prairie Stompede is all finished.
Michelle McLeod is this year’s ladies’ barrel racing champion, with a time of 15.761 seconds. She takes home $3,030.56.
Randall Carlisle’s time of 7.9 seconds, back from day one, held up as the best tie-down time. That nets Carlilse a little over $2,800.
This year’s saddle bronc champ is Clay Elliott with a score of 86. That was just better than Okotok’s Lane Watt, who had a score of 84. Elliott gets $2,605.68, and Watt takes home $2,062.83.
Wyatt Bloom and Richmond Champion of Texas split top spot in barebacks. They had identical scores of 89. Each take home a cash prize of $2,152.37.
Ky Marshall of Bowden was third, while Clint Laye, Seth Hardwich and Isabelle Pascal split fourth place with scores of 86.5.
Danny Vandenameele’s 76.5 was good for first prize in novice barebacks. A total of $465.60 are his winnings.
Luke Ferber held on for first in steer riding with an 81.5, which he put up on Saturday. Ferber takes home $446.20.
Czar, Alberta’s Dayton Rowarth took home over $2,600 with a 4.1 in steer wrestling, which was good for first place.
Tom Kerr is your novice saddle broncs champ and will bring home a total of $574.24.
Over $4,000 will be split between the team of Cory Kidd and Cole Davison. They are this year’s team roping winners.
Finally, Lonnie West ousted Beau Hill for first in bull riding on the final day of rodeo. West finished with an 86.5 and $2,549. Hill finished with an 83.5 and $2,018.