Roping it all up at finals

B.C Team Roping finals results from August long weekend.



The B.C. Team Roping Association held it’s local finals last weekend at the Alex Fraser Park.

The event had something for everyone, from great prizes for winners, to dummy roping for the kids and beautiful weather for everyone.

The high point for 2012 winner was Carey Isnardy who got a saddle.The number three and under in number nine buckle winners were Robert Louis and Norm Theroux. The high point lady in number nine was Lynn Christensen.

In the open category, Chad Evenson and Rod Spiers came away with first, winning $1,700 a man and saddles. The team of Russell Glassford and Ty Lytton took second, winning $1,355 each and breast collars. Coming in third, Rod Lewis and Niel Muxlow each won $1,020 and spurs.

In number 11 Lennard Myers and Merv Spiers came in first, winning $1,790 a man and saddles. In second, Charlie Soffel and Carey Isnardy winning $1,425 each and buckles. Rounding out the top three, Blaine Louis and Severin Pederson won  $1,250 each plus breast collars.

In number nine Cecil Louis and Norm Theroux came in first, getting $1,840 each saddles for the win. In second Lennard Myers and Butch Hall won $1,470 each and buckles. In third, Rick Davidson and Clayton Cooper took $1,285 each, plus breast collars.

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