Drivers & Outfits from across the Prairies are in Vegreville for the next stop on the Alberta Professional Chuckwagon and Chariot Association’s calendar ...
Gull Lake’s Jack Stott is one of those Chuckwagon Drivers.
Stott won the Wagons at the A.P.C.C.A.’s last stop in High Prairie and he’s hoping for more of the same in Vegreville.
He says his horses are certainly ready.
Stott's key to success in Vegreville ... Simplicity.
Lloydminster’s Mike Cooke enters the 3-Day stop at the Vegreville Country Fair in top spot in the season’s overall Wagon standings with an 854 while Kelsey, Alberta’s Chester Blatz sits first in the Chariots with a 938.
A.P.C.C.A. action gets underway with the Chariots at 5pm followed the Chuckwagons at 7pm at the Vegreville Ag Society grounds.
If you can’t make it to the track, we’ll have the live call of the Wagons starting with a pre-event show at 6:55.
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