The Western Chuckwagon Association saw history tonight as Rilee Letendre won her heat, becoming the first female in the circuit’s history to do so.
Fastest time of the night belonged to Grande Prairie’s Derek Aebly at 1:21.41, with Wembley’s Lane Kimble putting up a 1:21.81. That was good for second quickest time. Sexsmith’s Kelly Somerville had a time of 1:22.23, for third fastest.
Eric Rever of Manning is in first after two days at 2:42.49, Aebly is second, Kimble is third, Doug Green is fourth and Somerville fifth.
Day two of Grande Prairie Stompede saw Blufton’s Obrey Motowylo punch home the fastest time in the World Pro Chuckwagon Association circuit at 1:18.53, while Grande Prairie’s own Kirk Sutherland landed the second-fastest time at 1:18.92. With that, Motowylo moves up to third in the aggregate standings, Sutherland to fifth.
Top spot still belongs to Layne MacGillivray with a time of 2:36.41. Layne Bremner sits second while Ross Knight is in fourth.
Cole Adamson of Camrose and Cold Lake’s Kevin Desjarlais share the lead of the All-Pro Rodeo Chuckwagon Association loop after day two with an aggregate time of 2:35.01. Kolten Thiel, who also sits in third place, had the quickest run of the day at 1:17.79. Rounding out the top-five are Chris Arcand and Lee Adamson.
(Photos: Western Chuckwagon Association)