Local rodeo riders place well at Ashcroft event

Extra large turnout at annual Ashcroft Rodeo cheers on local favourites.

  • Jun. 18, 2013 6:00 a.m.

Shaun Greenhough of Penticton rides Hell Boy to first place in the Bull Riding last weekend at the Ashcroft Rodeo.

Kamloops rider Laura James was the fastest around the barrels, with Cache Creek’s Ginelle Talarico, Logan Lake’s Monica Oram and Colleen Duggan from Cache Creek placing 6th, 7th and 8th respectively.

Elly Farmer from Savona won the Pee Wee Barrell Racing.

Clayton Freemantle and Tim Pellam from the Lower Mainland took first in Team Roping. Carey Isnardy from Cache Creek with partner Chad Evenson from Pritchard took second place.

Jackson Scott from Kamloops took first in the Jr. Steer Riding, while Kraig Loring from Clinton managed 6th.

Cole Scott of Kamloops won first in the Steer Wrestling. Cohord “Buzz” Mason of Kamloops, formerly of Clinton, won third place.

Mason won first place in the Tie Down Roping. Riley Isnardy placed second, while Troy Girard of Savona took fourth.

Ryland DeRose of Kamloops sat Big Double D to find his way to the top of Saddle Bronc.

Jared Marshall of Prince George won the Bareback event, and Shaun Greenhough of Penticton won the Bull Riding.

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