Hohmann cleans up at Nemiah Valley Rodeo on long weekend

Nemiah Valley Rodeo results for the weekend of August 4.

Steve Hohmann had a good showing at the long weekend’s Nemiah Valley Rodeo.

Hohmann, a Quesnel resident, got both first and second in saddle bronc on March On and Red Ribbon, respectively.

Hohmann also took first in Bareback on ‘Y21’, followed by Jared Marshall, from Prince George, on ‘Hard Cash’.

In tie-down roping, Cache Creek resident Riley Isnardy took first, followed by Keegan Smith, from 150 Mile in second. Gold Pan resident Jeff Wills rounded out the top three.

Craig Allison, of Clinton, took first in steer wrestling. Wade McNolty, from 150 Mile, took second, followed by Savona resident, Andy Farmer.

Kristin Bell, from Houston, took top honours in breakaway roping, followed by Alyson Schuk, from Tatla Lake. Rayell Bremner, from Williams Lake, took third.

Trudy Gerard, from Savona, came out over McKenzie Wills of Quesnel in junior breakaway roping.

In ladies barrel racing, Judy Hyde, from Prince George, took the top spot. Savona resident, Sarah Gerard, took second followed by Lori Rankin in third place.

Williams Lake’s Sydney Freeman took the top spot in junior barrel racing, followed by two Quesnel residents: McKenzie Wills and Taylor Cherry in second and third respectively.

Clay Waterhouse, a local budding cowboy, took the top spot in junior steer riding. Wendell William, out of Williams Lake, took second, with Devon Robbins of Alkali Lake rounding out the top three in third.

The Williams Lake team of Katrina Ilnicki and Rayell Bremner took first place in number eight team roping. Roy Cherry and Hod Smith, both hailing from Quesnel, took second place. Smith teamed up with Gold Pan City resident Taylor Cherry as well, taking third with that pairing.

Willee Twan, of Alkali Lake, teamed up with Craig Allison to take the top honours in team roping. Allison Everett and Len Le Blanc, both from 150 Mile, took second place. Craig Allison teamed up with Keegan Smith to take third as well.

Ryan Jasper out of Riske Creek took the top place in bull riding on the back of  ‘The Butcher’.

Elly Farmer, riding out of Savona, took the top place in pee wee barrel racing.

Gracie Antoine, from Cache Creek, took second, followed by Sydney Schuk out of Tatla Lake.

In ladies goat tying, Norma Macdonald from Williams Lake took first, followed by Keely Durrell, out of Riske Creek. Alyson Schuk rounded out the top three.

Taylor Cherry took first in junior goat tying.

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