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08 February, 2016

VIC RIDERS STAR IN JANUARY RODEOS

Photo of Emma Peters by Dave Ethell – www.dephotos.com.au
 

 

NSW and Victoria success in border rodeos

 

RIDERS from Goulburn and Lockington starred in January rodeos each side of the NSW/Victoria border.

Emma Peters from Towrang (NSW) won three of the four cowgirl events at Finley (NSW) and Beechworth (Vic).

She won the barrel race and breakaway roping at Finley and backed up the next day to win the barrel race at Beechworth.

Kimber hails from Lockington in Victoria and won the rope and tie at Beechworth and the steer wrestling at Finley.

Earlier in the Christmas Run, Kimber won the rope and tie at Yarrawonga by .1 of a second from runner-up Glen Perkins from Bacchus Marsh (Vic). Kimber and Perkins made their trip to Carrieton in South Australia worthwhile with a win in team roping.

Kimber was the most successful cowboy over the three weekends of the Christmas Run with four wins. It was an outstanding effort to win a double in the rope and tie as steer wrestling was his best event at last year’s Australian championships.

Peters is making a late charge for the top-15 and qualification for the 2016 Australian championships.

The top-15 in each APRA event will qualify for the championships.

She will have plenty of opportunities in the next three months to compete in championship points rodeos as 27 more rodeos are scheduled this season.

The next APRA rodeo in New South Wales will be at Wagga Wagga on January 30 and the next Victorian rodeo at Ballarat on February 13.

Many interstate riders will head to Victoria for three rodeos on the long weekend, March 11-13 in Victoria.

There will be four rodeos in Victoria, two in New South Wales and four in Queensland on the four days of Easter.

 

PROGRAM: PROGRAM: January 26 Harveydale (Tas); January 30 Ulverstone (Tas), Wilmington (SA), Wagga Wagga (NSW); February 6 Peterborough (SA), XXXX Gold Xtreme Bulls at Penrith (NSW); February 13 Ballarat (Vic), Ross (Tas); February 20 Hay Twilight Rodeo (NSW), Lillico (Tas), XXXX Gold Xtreme Bulls Dubbo (NSW); February 27 Millmerran Show Rodeo (Qld), Narrandera (NSW), Powranna Bull Ride and Rodeo (Tas), Whittlesea (Vic).

Open winners:

Finley (NSW): Saddle bronc Greg Hamilton 79 points; bull ride Brad Pierce 83; bareback Cody Tyrrell and Parrish May 76; rope and tie Terry Evison 9.2 seconds; steer wrestling Lee Kimber 4.85; team roping Heath Litchfield and Aaron Bookluck; barrel race Emma Peters 16.981; breakaway roping Emma Peters 3.25.

Beechworth (Vic): Saddle bronc John McNamee 81; bull ride Ben Thorp 80; bareback Ben Hall and Parrish May 76; rope and tie Lee Kimber 4.45; steer wrestling Gavin Walker 4.15; team roping Terry Evison and Corey Heath 6.1; barrel race Emma Peters; breakaway roping Latteliah De Spirt 2.8.

Carrick (Tas): Bareback Adam Clark 65; rope and tie Luke Hamilton 14.4; steer wrestling Luke Hamilton 4.34; team roping Ty King and Gary King 11.1; barrel race Michelle Harvey 14.791; breakaway roping Danielle Marshall 2.95.

More information APRA on 07 46618183  



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