Jacob Gardner wins all around at CFR, Stephen Culling second in steer wrestling

Peace Region cowboys started off strong at the 2019 Canadian Finals Rodeo, and they ended the same way. Jacob Gardner continued his excellent 2019 rodeo season, winning the Canadian All Around Cowboy title for the second straight year. He won $9,585 and finished in the bull riding aggregate ranking. 

Stephen Culling started off slow in steer wrestling, but won the fifth go round with a time of 3.4 seconds and finished in the top three in the final three rounds to place second overall in the aggregate ranking. He won a whopping $34,965 from the CFR. 

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Dawson Creek's Zane Jones, of B.C. High School Rodeo, won the steer wrestling title in the Rising Stars Challenge with a time of 5.9 seconds. 

Below are the results of the pro cowboys, including Clayton Moore and Jake Watson.

Stephen Culling - Steer Wrestling
Round 1: 4th, 4.0
Round 2: 7th, 4.9
Round 3: 11th, 6.2
Round 4: 3rd, 4.4
Round 5: 1st, 3.4
Round 6: 3rd, 4.4
Aggregate Rank: 2nd
Money Earned: $34,965

Jacob Gardner - Bull Riding
Round 1: T4th, 82.5 points
Round 2: 2nd, 84.50
Round 3: No score
Round 4: No score
Round 5: No score
Round 6: No score
Aggregate Rank: 8th
Monday earned: $9,585

Clayton Moore - Steer Wrestling
Round 1: 9th, 5.2 seconds
Round 2: 2nd, 4.0
Round 3: 2nd, 3.6
Round 4: 4th, 4.5
Round 5: 7th, 4.4
Round 6: No time
Aggregate Rank: 8th
Money Earned: $18,090

Jake Watson - Saddle Bronc
Round 1: No Score
Round 2: 6th, 83.75 points
Round 3: No Score
Round 4: 2nd 86.25
Round 5: 11th, 71.50
Round 6: 4th, 83.75
Aggregate Rank: 7th
Money Earned: $9,585 

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca.

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