Little Britches Rodeo competitors from Barriere have great Tim Horton’s weekend

Five of the top six steer riders were from Barriere during Saturday competitions

Owen Hawkings taking a third place win in the steer riding at the Tim Horton’s Little Britches Rodeo held in Prince George

Owen Hawkings taking a third place win in the steer riding at the Tim Horton’s Little Britches Rodeo held in Prince George

Barriere was well represented last weekend at the Prince George Tim Horton’s Little Britches Rodeo.

A total of 10 young rodeo competitors from Barriere made the drive to Prince George to compete for the Aug. 17 -18 event.

Highlights for the weekend were on Saturday, when  five of the top six steer riders were from Barriere. Katie Holland won the steer riding with an 81 point ride on Saturday, and on Sunday Tristan Brackman won the steer riding with an 83 point ride.

Tristan Holt had a great weekend,  winning several events and coming away with the All Around Championship saddle for the second year in a row at this rodeo.

Owen Hawkings, Rhett Bloomfield, Kash Seguoin and Tristan Brackman had some top 10 finishes in the steer riding, goat tying and chute dogging.

Dane Hawkings had a top 10 finish in the stake race.

Jamie Myram and Katie Holland finished strong in the barrel racing, goat tying, pole bending and steer riding with a few top 10 finishes.

In the junior events Jake Bradley and Becky Bradley took a few top 10 finishes in the goat tail tying, dummy roping and the barrels. Jake had a couple of tough steers in the steer riding, and came up short for the buzzer.








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