The A.P.C.C.A. heads south this weekend for the last set of races that will count toward their Overall Season Standings this year ...
Who finishes where in the Alberta Professional Chuckwagon & Chariot Association’s Overall Standings?
We’ll have that answer when the dust settles after three days of racing in Patricia, Alberta.
Association President Dwayne Dubuc says there’s plenty of intrigue heading into the weekend as the Top 4 Spots in the Season Standings, in both the Chucks and Chariots, are all still very much up for grabs.
Currently in the Wagons, Lloydminster’s Mike Cooke leads the charge with 11-hundred and 21 points - up by only 9 on the second place outfit of Fort Saskatchewan’s Mike Motowylo – but Dubuc says you can’t count-out Adam Waldner of Daysland who sits in third.
Meantime, Marty Maxwell of Camrose sits in Top Spot in the Chariots with 12 hundred and 42 points but is trailed closely by Chester Blatz of Kelsey, Alberta by only 15.
Dubuc says after dominant performances in both Vegreville and Bruderheim the pressure rests squarely on Maxwell to wrap up the season in style.
Racing starts Friday and rolls through until Sunday in Patricia – which is about 30 kilometers Northeast of Brooks, Alberta.
HEAR THE ENTIRE CONVERSATION WITH DWAYNE DUBUC IN THE 'A.P.C.C.A. THIS WEEK' ...