One tough cowgirl

Jamie Myram, is on the rodeo trail this summer, thanks to the dedication of her mom and dad

Jamie Myram competes in steer riding and pole bending at the BCRA Canoe Mountain Rodeo in Valemount

Barriere teen, Jamie Myram, is on the rodeo trail this summer, thanks to the dedication of her mom and dad who help make it all possible.

Just about every weekend the family is at a rodeo somewhere in B.C., sometimes attending one on Saturday, and then immediately traveling to another for Sunday events.

On July 13, Jamie competed in steer riding and pole bending at the British Columbia Rodeo Association Canoe Mountain Rodeo in Valemount, then the family loaded her horse into the trailer and drove to Pritchard. The July 14  BCRA rodeo in Pritchard was a positive for Jamie, who scored a 71 in the steer riding giving her a third place win.

This weekend the you’ll find the family with Jamie competing at the BCRA Interlakes rodeo at the Roe Lake Rodeo Grounds in 100 Mile House.



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