NEWS

Oilmen Catch a Break for a Good Cause

Airdrie, AB - The Airdrie Oilmen’s Association (AOA) could have really used a hand in terms of the weather forecast for their 5th Annual Bikes and Bulls event. For the past two years, this unique combination of motorcycle activities and bull riding action has been hammered with wet, cold and rainy conditions. This year the AOA caught a break, the weather was fantastic and the crowds were entertained. Adrian Pruden, AOA President and his team of AOA volunteers stepped up once again and orchestrated another weekend of fun and excitement. “We (the AOA) simply could not have hosted this event without the support from our generous and loyal partners and sponsors.” exclaimed Pruden before the even

BRC in USA; Brazil Reigns in Penticton

Bull Riders Canada Action in Montana StartFragment Shelby, MT - Bull Riders Canada members rode into Shelby Montana on July 20th for the Marias County Fair event which featured 25 riders in the long round and 10 riders in the short round. “Last year we had only 17 riders show up and they only rode three bulls.” exclaimed Buster Brown, one of the Committee members after the event concluded. Mr. Brown continued “...we were hoping that we would get to see more cowboys ride more bulls this year and you Canadians don’t mess around! You get down (on top of the bull in the chute) get out (from the chute quickly) and ride bulls real good!”. Bull Riders Canada members made up 18 of the 25-man roster

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