The Alberta Professional Chuckwagon and Chariot Associations wrapped up it's 2nd last show of the season this past weekend in Bruderheim ...
A late-track charge by Lacombe’s Jack Stott earned the veteran cowboy a Chuckwagon Championship in Bruderheim yesterday …
(Lamont’s Wayne Schoepp with the call of Championship Sunday’s ‘5th Heat’ during which Jack Stott registered the fastest time of the weekend in the A.P.C.C.A.’s Wagons at Heartland Ag Days – a 62.40.)
Stott edged out last year’s defending champ Ardrossan’s Rob Nordick, not only in the Heat but in the Aggregate. Stott registered a 192.14 through the 3 days while Nordick finished in second in the overall with a 1-93-59. Fort Saskatchewan’s Kyle Motowylo rounded out the Top 3 in Bruderheim with a 195.70.
Third is the highest placing for Motowylo this season who turned 29 over the weekend.
He says Chuckwagon Racing is something that runs in his blood.
Meantime Marty Maxwell of Camrose continues to clean-up in the Chariots. Maxwell’s outfits finished 1st and 2nd in the Overall at the 3-Day event thanks to a 187.78 and 189.48. Maxwell accomplished the same feat at the Vegreville Country Fair last weekend.
Kelsey, Alberta’s Chester Blatz finished third with a 189.90.
The Alberta Professional Chuckwagon and Chariot Association gets this weekend off before heading to Patricia, Alberta September 1st through 3rd.