Another eventful chuckwagon competition at Battlefords Agricultural Society has come to a close.
The most recent Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association event took place in North Battleford May 31, June 1 and June 2.
Brad McMann came out on top this time around.
McMann’s first run wasn’t a top finisher at 1:04.39. Many finished above him in the 1:03 range.
His next two runs secured his victory as they were 1:01 and 1:02, finishing a hair in front of Todd Baptiste.
Dale Mitsuing placed third with a total time of 3:10, followed by Kris Molle, Ray Mitsuing, Jamie Laboucane, and Barry Hodgson.
Amber L’Heureux made the news recently as she was the first female driver in the CPCA.
She finished 29th out of 32, posting runs of 1:07, 1:10, and 1:07.
CPCA competitions will take place in Alberta until mid-July, when Little Pine First Nation will host from July 19-21, followed by Poundmaker Cree Nation July 25-28, Turtleford on Aug. 9-11, and then Lloydminster Aug. 14-18.
Photos by Averil Hall