The Salmonds were the story at the Alberta Professional Chuckwagon and Chariot Association's stop at the Vegreville Country Fair over the weekend ...
Wade Salmond’s A+ Cellular Wagon took top spot in the overall Vegreville Show Standings thanks to an outstanding time of 66.33 in the last heat of the weekend.
Lamont’s Wayne Sheppe had the call from on the track on Saturday
Unbeknownst to most, Wade Salmond’s outfit was being driven by Wade’s Father Neil
Neil Salmond's own Blinds Unlimited Wagon also fared well in Vegreville finishing 2nd to Wade in the Overall Show Standings. Neil says despite that fact, the thought of slowing down in Wade's outfit in the final heat never crossed his mind.
Rookie Driver Adam Waldner from Daysland rounded out the Top Three in the Overall Standings.
Meantime it was Wayne Salmond who took top time in the overall Chariot Standings with a 196.55.
Next stop for the Alberta Professional Chuckwagon and Chariot Association is in Bruderheim next Friday through Sunday.