__MAIN_TEXT__
feature-image

Page 1

2019 DAWSON CREEK

&

97

th

August 7 – 11

RESPOND • RESTORE • RECOVER • Disaster Restoration • Fire/Water Damage • Vandalism • Asbestos Abatement • Mould Remediation Serving the Peace Country

Office: 250-782-7778 • Cell: 250-719-9100 Of 00 peacecountryrestoration@gmail.com

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

1


COMMERCIAL / INDUSTRIAL / RESIDENTIAL SUPPLIES 9729 17th Street Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4B2 Tel: (250) 782-5595 • Fax: 250-782-5464

112 Commercial Park, Tumbler Ridge, BC V0C 2W0 Tel: (250) 242-5541 • Fax: (250) 242-3777

Enjoy the show GOOD LUCK to all Entrants in the 93rd Dawson Creek Stampede Exhibition NORTHERN SAW & PUMP CENTRE CHAIN SAWS, LAWN MOWERS, WATER PUMPS, WOOD STOVES SALES & SERVICE 9733 17th St., Dawson Creek BC V1G 4B1 Tel: (250) 782-7294 • Fax: (250) 782-3629

NORTHERN SAFETY & WELDING SUPPLY SAFETY, WELDING, FIRST AID, FIRE EXTINGUISHERS, SALES & SERVICE 9708 17th St., Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4B3 Tel: (250) 782-4831 • Fax: (250) 782-8594

NORTHERN JANITORIAL SUPPLY COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL & DOMESTIC SUPPLIES 9709 17th St., Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4B1 Tel: (250) 782-4471 • Fax: (250) 782-5571

Get ready for winter, now is the time!

The most durable easiest to install residential chimney system you can buy!

Various models in stock

TM

Goodk Luc to all the participants in the

The Technology Leaders!

Dawson Creek Fall Fair Rodeo & Exhibition 33417

Northern Saw & Pump Centre

A Division of Northern Metalic Sales 9733 - 17th Street, Dawson Creek, BC • PH: 250.782.7294 • We Service What We Sell 2

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019


11600-8th Street, Dawson Creek, BC

250-782-5507

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

3


RESPOND

RESTORE

RECOVER

• Disaster Restoration • Fire/ Water Damage • Vandalism • Asbestos Abatement • Mould Remediation Good Luck to all the participants in the Dawson Creek Exhibition & Stampede

Office: 250-782-7778 • Cell: 250-719-9100 peacecountryrestoration@gmail.com www.peacecountryrestoration.com • Complete Renovations • Laminate & Hardwood Installation • Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning • Painting - Interior/Exterior • Drywall • Ceramic Tile Installation • Finishing Carpentry

Serving the Peace Country

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

4


Admission

All tickets are subject to service & facilities fees We have a new ticketing system with a $1.00 service charge added to each ticket.

Fair only Thursday to Sunday Exhibitors Pass (Exhibitors only for fair only) Fair only evening 9 pm - midnight Thursday-Saturday

7-12 Years Adult $3.00 $3.00 $3.00

$10.00 $3.00 $3.00

Open Seating – Grandstands 5 day All Event Pass Fair/Rodeo/Chuckwagon Friday to Sunday Fair/Chuckwagon Wednesday to Sunday

$45.00 $12.00 $10.00

$130.00 $35.00 $20.00

Reserved Seating – Grandstands 5 day all events pass Fair/Rodeo/Chuckwagon Friday-Saturday

$65.00 $17.00

$175.00 $50.00

(12 and under free if accompanied by an adult for evening only)

CHILDREN: Under 6 - All Events Free.

Payments Accepted NOTE: Wednesday and Thursday Reserved All Event Tickets can only be purchased in a 5 Day All Event pass. Single Reserved tickets will go on sale at a later date at the Rodeo Grandstand Ticket Booth. 5 Day All Event Reserved Ticket Purchases: CALL 250-782-8911 or email: fairinfo@dawsoncreekfair.com IMPORTANT NOTICE: Grandstands and Grandstand area (including Beer Garden, Food Booths and seating areas will be EMPTIED IMMEDIATELY following the RODEO and will be reopened to the public prior to the evening wagon races. All belongings must be taken with you. Please leave nothing behind. All ticket holders are required to leave. Customers with All Event stamps can reenter through “Fast-Track” gate. Thank you Event Ticket Purchases at the Gates may now be made with Visa, Mastercard or Debit!

Dawson Creek Veterinary Clinic Committed to quality, friendly care

August is Spay and Neuter Month. Prevent a litter, fix your critter! Veterinarians recommend spaying and neutering your pets to give them a longer life and better health, including elimination of some cancers and lower risk of others. If you have question about spaying or neutering please call our Clinic and ask about a pre-surgical consultation.

Wishing all the best to all Fall Fair Contestants! www.dcvet.ca Small Animal: 250-782-5616

Large Animal: 250-782-1080

238-116th Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC Across from the Fair Grounds Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

5


Parking Plenty of

Parking $4/day or $15 for the weekend in the DCEA lots. Please help support the French Immersion Quebec Trip !! • East of the Multiplex construction off Highway 2 • Along 1st street (end of airport runway) • Corner of 1st street and 116th Ave the Louisiana Pacific (Forestry Division) parking

• Front of the Encana Events Centre: 600 paved parking spaces available • Back (north) side of Encana Events Centre, be courteous of pool parking area • Soccer Field Street (off 116th Ave) • Attendants will be on hand to direct traffic and collect fees. • Please support Dawson Creek Minor Hockey Association who man all of our designated parking sites as a fundraiser • Hosting Tent Guest Parking - Apache Area off of 1st street security gate. Overflow guest parking will be along the end of the airport runway on 1st street.

Pa r k i n g lot

CamPing • Public Camping is 1st left turn coming off Highway #2 onto 1st St. • Attendants will be on hand to direct parking and collect fees. Fees: $8.00 Per Night $35.00 5 Day Pass •There are outhouses and garbage disposals for camper use. •There is 24 hour patrol and quiet camping is available on site. •Camping & Parking spaces are FIRST COME FIRST SERVE! •Please be respectful of those around you.

NO FIRES PERMITTED. There is a zero tolerance for fires on our grounds. The Council of the City of Dawson Creek welcomes everyone to the

97th Annual Exhibition and Stampede The City of Dawson Creek is proud to host the "Greatest Show in the Peace" A special thank you to the volunteers that make this event happen - your time and effort is appreciated. Community spirit has been the foundation of Dawson Creek over the past many years. We hope to see you at the Fair Grounds!

Mayor and Council

6

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019


GENERAL & CUSTOM MACHINING AND WELDING FULL MACHINE SHOP • HYDRAULIC REPAIR PORTABLE ALIGN BORING

DROP BY Y OR CALL “WE’RE RE NEAR AIRGROUNDS” TO THE FAIRGROUNDS”

WELCOME TO DAWSON CREEK AND THE 2019 EXHIBITION & STAMPEDE GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE CONTESTANTS !!!

HEY COWPOKES…IF WE DON’T HAVE THAT LIL SOMETHIN YER LOOKIN FER…WE’LL MAKE IT!

537—114TH AVENUE, DAWSON CREEK, BC DEE HOGG • DAN PANDACHUCK • DALE PEDERSEN (O) 250.782.4100 • (F) 250.782.4112 • (C) 250.219.3644 DCBAH@bearingandhydraulic.com www.bearingandhydraulic.com Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

7


Peace River South Office Contact Information 103-1100 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC Phone: (250) 782-3430 / 1-855-582-3430

8

58862

Rip’s Shoe Re-nu

Email: Mike.Bernier.MLA@leg.bc.ca

www.MikeBernierMLA.ca

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019


Our Heavenly Father, we pause at this time, mindful of the many blessings you have bestowed upon us. We ask, Lord, that you will be with us in the arena of life. We as cowboys do not ask for special favors. We don’t ask to draw around the chute fighting horse, the steer that won’t lay, or to never break the barrier. We don’t even ask for all daylight runs.

The Cowboy Prayer

We do ask Lord, that you will help us live our lives here on earth as cowboys, in such a manner, that when we make that last inevitable ride, to the country up there, where the grass grows lush, green, and stirrup high, and the water runs cool, clear, and deep, that you’ll take us by the hand and say - “Welcome to Heaven cowboy, your entry fees are paid.”

Pain Reduction | Relaxation | Feeling Great Again

In one sessIon we do: Reiki with Quantum Touch Chakra Reading Crystal Healing sound Healing Pick a Card what Colour is your Aura

MarjanovicAlternativeHealing.ca It’s ReIkI combIned wIth quantum touch

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

call today and get balanced

250-219-2827 9


Schedule of Events #"//*45&3 %"840/$3&&,

A “Family” Business with “Family” Values

250.782.8589 1609 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC

Bannisterford.com

EMPLOYEE

PRICING IS HERE

TRADE IN BONUS For Eligible Customers

1,000

$

TOWARDS MOST NEW MODELS.

2019 Ford F F-150 150 DIESEL

Get the Best Fuel Economy in a

DIESEL TODAY!!! 10

Wednesday, August 07, 2019

10:00 AM Agriculture Exhibits (Perishable) Accepted until 6:00 PM 1:00 PM Fair Grounds Open (No Admission Charge – Sneak a Peak 1:30 PM Ranch Rodeo 3:00 PM 4-H Exhibits Accepted from 3:00-8:00PM 5:00 PM Waterin’ Hole Opens Drill Team Entry Kids Wild Horse Race 5:30 PM Western Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 6:30 PM World Professional Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 7:00 PM Judging Exhibits 8:00 PM SKK Chartered Professional Accountants Kids Calf Scramble – (Rodeo Infield) 8:00 PM Waterin’ Hole – Live Music

Thursday, August 08, 2019

7:00 AM Fair Grounds Open (Admission Charge) 8:00 AM Food & Trade Fair Booths Open Draft Horse Halter Show (Draft Horse Ring) 9:00 AM Agriculture Kids Zone (4-H Building) BC Percheron Show – Fiskes Supreme Challenge 4-H Horse Show 10:00 AM Agriculture Exhibits Accepted (until 8 PM) 4-H Sheep Show 11:00 AM CPRA Behind the Chutes Program (Rodeo Infield) Exceptional Rodeo (Waterin’ Hole) 12:30 PM Junior Light Horse Show 1:00 PM Exhibits & Trade Fair Open to Public Rodeo Slack 2:00 PM Light Horse Show Junior Sheep Show 2:30 PM Ranch Rodeo Finals 3:00 PM Draft Horse Hitch (Draft Horse Ring) 4:00 PM West Coast Amusements Midway Opens Registered Sheep Show Waterin’ Hole Opens 5:00 PM Draft Horse Unicorn Hitch 5:30 PM Kids Wild Horse Race Western Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 6:00 PM Grade Sheep Show Kiddie Parade (Downtown) 6:30 PM World Professional Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 7:00 PM Wool Fleece Judging Sponsor Kick Off BBQ in the Waterin’ Hole 8:00 PM SKK Chartered Professional Accountants Kids Calf Scramble (Grandstand) 8:30 PM Waterin’ Hole – Live Music 10:30 PM Fireworks

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019


Schedule of Events Friday, August 09, 2019

#"//*45&3 %"840/$3&&,

A “Family” Business 7:00 AM Gates Open (Admission Charge) with “Family” Values “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” Fundraiser 250.782.8589 8:00 AM Food & Trade Fair Booths Open 1609 Alaska Avenue, 9:00 AM Agriculture Kids Zone (4-H Building) Dawson Creek, BC 10:00 AM Parade (Downtown) Bannisterford.com 12:00 PM Light Horse Show West Coast Amusements Midway Opens 4-H Beef Show Draft Horse Halter Show & Log Skid 1:00 PM Rising Star Talent Show Run Offs – Sound Stage IS HERE Junior Cattle Show 1:15 PM Canadian Pro Rodeo Tour Grand Entry, TRADE IN BONUS Drill Team, Miss Rodeo Canada For Eligible Customers 1:30 PM Canadian Professional Rodeo Tour 2:00 PM 4-H Goat Show Draft Horse Team & Cart – Draft Horse Ring Waterin’ Hole Opens TOWARDS MOST NEW MODELS. 4:00 PM Outdoor Stage – Live Country Band 5:00 PM Kids Wild Horse Race 4 Horse Hitch 5:30 PM Western Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 6:00 PM Steer Classic – Cattle Ring 6:30 PM World Professional Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 8:00 PM SKK Chartered Professional Accountants Calf Scramble (Grandstand) 2019 Ford F-150 Waterin’ Hole – Live Music DIESEL 10:30 PM Fireworks

EMPLOYEE

PRICING

1,000

$

Get the Best Fuel Economy in a

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

DIESEL TODAY!!!

11


#"//*45&3 %"840/$3&&,

A “Family” Business with “Family” Values

250.782.8589 1609 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC

Bannisterford.com

EMPLOYEE

PRICING IS HERE

TRADE IN BONUS For Eligible Customers

1,000

$

TOWARDS MOST NEW MODELS.

2019 Ford F F-150 150 DIESEL

Get the Best Fuel Economy in a

DIESEL TODAY!!! 12

Schedule of Events Saturday, August 10, 2019 7:00 AM Gates Open (Admission Charge) 8:00 AM Food & Trade Fair Booths Open 8:30 AM Light Horse Show 9:00 AM Exhibits Open to Public Agriculture Kids Zone (4-H Building) 11:00 AM Draft Horse Show All Breed Purebred Cattle Show 11:30 AM Secure Energy Services BBQ at Heritage Building 5-12 years (first 200) 12:00 PM West Coast Amusements Midway Opens Heavy Horse Cart & Tandem Class (schedule subject to change) 1:15 PM Canadian Pro Rodeo Tour Grand Entry, Drill Team, Miss Rodeo Canada 1:30 PM Canadian Professional Rodeo Tour 2:00 PM Rising Star Talent Show Finals – Sound Stage Waterin’ Hole Opens 3:00 PM Heavy Horse Pull 5:00 PM Supreme Champion Cattle Show 5:30 PM Kids Wild Horse Race Western Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 6:30 PM World Professional Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 8:00 PM SKK Chartered Professional Accountants Kids Calf Scramble (Grandstand) Waterin’ Hole – Featuring Live Music 8:30 PM Waterin’ Hole 10:30 PM Fireworks

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019


Schedule of Events Sunday, August 11, 2019 7:00 AM Gates Open (Admission Charge) Complimentary Breakfast (with purchase of gate admission) 7:00-8:30 AM Waterin’ Hole 8:30 AM Light Horse Show 9:00 AM Exhibits Open to Public Food & Trade Fair Booths Open Gospel Music Festival Agriculture Kids Zone (4-H Building) 10:00 AM Championship Draft Horse Show 11:00 AM Horse Drawn Farm Equipment Class 11:30 AM Picnic in the Park with Miss Rodeo Canada, for children 6-12 (Food Booth area) with Complimentary Bag Lunch 12:00 PM West Coast Amusements Midway Opens 1:15 PM Canadian Pro Rodeo Tour Grand Entry, Drill Team, Miss Rodeo Canada 1:30 PM Canadian Professional Rodeo Tour 3:00 PM Heavy Horse Pull Finals (schedule subject to change) 3:30 PM Kids Wild Horse Race Finals 5:30 PM Western Chuckwagon Association Finals – “$5,000 Dash for Cash” 6:30 PM World Professional Chuckwagon Assoc. Finals – “$10,000 Dash for Cash” 8:00 PM SKK Chartered Professional Accountants Kids Calf Scramble – Rodeo Infield

#"//*45&3 %"840/$3&&,

A “Family” Business with “Family” Values

250.782.8589 1609 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC

Bannisterford.com

EMPLOYEE

PRICING IS HERE

TRADE IN BONUS For Eligible Customers

1,000

$

TOWARDS MOST NEW MODELS.

2019 Ford F-150 DIESEL

Get the Best Fuel Economy in a

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

DIESEL TODAY!!!

13


Wishing all contestants

Good Luck & have a wonderful time at the “Greatest Show in the Peace”

“Your Moving Specialists”

1005 - Spinney Drive, Dawson Creek, BC 250-782-8216 don@letusmoveyou.com

Map Courtesy of Tourism Dawson Cree

Fort St. John, BC • 250-785-2327 Toll Free: 1-800-665-6115 Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

14


Welcome to

Dawson Creek

Exhibition Grounds

how The grheaetPesetacse! in t

ek

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

15


100B Ave

12 Str eet

12 A

Ave

Wil so

Av

oad

e

t tree 9S

13A Street

11 Str ee

t

102

nR

103 A

105A Ave

CO-OP

ve

104 e

tre et 10 S

Mc Ke

llar D

107

r

106

Ave

7 Street

Parade Route DC Fall Fair Exhibition

107 Ave

tree t

Av

Main Parade starts here 103 Ave

Av

e

8A S

105

Ave

Friday, August 9 • 10:00 am 105A Ave

Clubs of Dawson Creek

Rotary 8 Street

Theme: Roots in Agriculture: Celebrating the 1920s 13 Street

10 Street

110 Ave

111 Ave

112 Ave

13A Street

14 Street

112 Ave

113 Ave

Main Parade ends here

113 Ave

Northern Lights College

Did You Know? The Rotary Clubs of Dawson Creek are the hosts of the Annual Fall Fair Parade held Friday morning during the DC Exhibition.

The Dawson Creek Chamber of Commerce manages the float registration and entry intake for us every year. We are truly grateful for all they do. 16

Rotary

Clubs of Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019


100B Ave

12 Str eet

12 A

AA ve

GREAT FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

Wil so

Av

oad

e

9S

tree

t

11 S

13A Street

tree

t

102

nR

103 A

105A Ave

CO-OP

ve

104

105

Av

Ave

103 Ave

e

107

7 Street

Kiddies Parade tree t

106

Ave

Av

e

8A S

The Kiddie parade will assemble and start at the Memorial Arena parking lot. It then proceeds north on 11th Street. It then turns right onto 102nd Ave and continues to the Mc Mile 0 Post at Ke llar south on 10th St. Then it turns right and goes Dr 10th Street to 105th Ave (swimming pool.) Turns right and goes west to 11th Street. Turns left and ends in the Memorial Arena parking lot.

10 Str eet

107 Ave

DC Fall Fair Exhibition Thursday, August 8 Line-up: 4:30pm-5:15pm Judging: 5:15pm Parade: 6:00pm

105A Ave

13 Street

10 Street

8 Street

There will be ribbons for all entrants, their parents or sponsors! PLEASE NO LARGE DOGS, HORSES OR MOTORIZED VEHICLES. All animals must be on a leash / tether. CATEGORIES: AGE GROUPS FOR Open to all children up to and including 11 years of age. There are no entry fees and no admission forms. EACH CATEGORY: Just come down on the day! Medallions are given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the age groups • Best Float/ listed above and all participating children receive a gift at the 110 Ave Decorated Bike • 5 and under end of the parade. A free hot dog bbq and snacks sponsored by the Kiwanis Club • Best Costume • 6 years to 8 years will be served after the parade to the participating kids and their family members . • Best Pet Costume • 9 years to 11 years Ave 111 *Please note the BBQ at the finish is for child participants and their immediate participating family members only. For more information please call Kiwanian Gordon Moffatt @ 782-3552 112 Ave

13A Street

112 Ave

giddyup

Mom’s & Kid’s Stuff

113 Ave

113 Ave

Northern Lights College

“More” than a quality consignment store Brand name Clothing and more for Everyone

Drop by and check us out during the Fall Fair & Rodeo 33421

Yee H aw!!

840 - 103 Ave. Downtown Dawson Creek - 250.782.4472

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

17


How To watch a pro rodeo SADDLE BRONC RIDING To qualify, the rider must have his spurs over the break of the shoulders until the horse completes his first jump out of the chute. He will be disqualified for touching any part of the animal or equipment, for losing a stirrup or for getting bucked off before the end of the eight-second ride. Each event requires a key component to achieve success and for saddle bronc competition, this component is maintaining a good rhythm. In time with the bronc’s bucking action, the rider spurs from the animal’s neck, using a full swing, toward the back of the saddle with his toes pointed outwards. The equipment required by the saddle bronc competitor includes his own CPRA approved saddle, spurs with dull rowels (the revolving disk at the end of each spur), leather chaps and a braided rein. The length of the rein is crucial as it can mean the difference between staying on the bronc for the full eight seconds, or being tossed off. By adjusting his grip carefully, the cowboy can maintain his balance and, hopefully, prevent himself from being pulled out of the saddle and over the front end of the horse. BAREBACK RIDING Instead of a saddle, a double-thick leather pad, called a rigging, is cinched on the bronc’s back. No stirrups or reins are used in the event. To qualify, the rider must mark the horse out of the chute by keeping his spurs over the break of the shoulders until the first jump out of the chute is completed. The bareback rider will be disqualified if he touches the animal or equipment with his free hand or if he is bucked off before the eightsecond ride is completed. No other event in professional rodeo is as physically demanding as bareback riding. Using only one hand, the cowboy must hold onto the leather handhold of the rigging which is customized to snugly fit to the rider’s grip. The rider tries to spur the horse on each jump, reaching as far forward as he can with his feet 18

and then bringing his ankles up toward the rigging. It’s the bareback rider’s arm that takes all the stress as it absorbs most of the horse’s bucking power. While his arm endures this incredible tension, his hand must remain intact within the rigging’s handhold for the full eight seconds. BULL RIDING A braided manilla rope is the cowboy’s only security as he rides a wildly bucking brahma/ cross bull. The rope is wrapped loosely around the bull and a weighted cowbell hangs underneath. When the ride is over, the cowbell pulls the rope free. The bull rider will be disqualified for touching the bull with his free hand or bucking off before the end of the eight-second ride. As it is tremendously difficult just to remain on top of these loosehided animals, riders are not required to spur. The successful bull riders keep themselves close to their handhold throughout the whole ride. This prevents the holding arm from straightening and jerking the hand loose. Bull riding, the most dangerous of all rodeo events, demands that a bullfighting clown be in the rodeo arena during each ride. As the cowboy dismounts or is thrown from the bull, the bullfighter distracts the animal until the bull rider reaches safety. TIE-DOWN ROPING Truly a team effort, tie down roping demands split-second timing as the cowboy and his horse race against the clock and other competitors to catch and tie a calf. The calf must cross the scoreline before the rider breaks the barrier (a rope across the chute) or a tensecond penalty is added to his score. After roping the calf, the cowboy runs down the rope and throws the animal by hand. More time is lost if the calf is already down when the roper reaches the animal because the calf must be up (standing) before the cowboy may throw it down. Any three legs of the calf must be tied with a piggin’ string. The tie must hold for six seconds or the roper is disqualified. Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019


How To watch a pro rodeo The horse which works with a calf roper must be able to judge the speed of the calf, be able to stop on cue in a single stride, and then hold the rope taut when the roper runs to his calf. Finding a horse that can be trained to do all this well is a difficult task. STEER WRESTLING Timing, coordination and strength are essentials for a steer wrestler. The steer is given a headstart and must cross the scoreline before the rider breaks the barrier (a rope) of the starting box. If the rider does break the barrier prematurely, ten-seconds are added to his time. Coming out of the starting box, the horse runs alongside the steer and is trained to run on by as the steer wrestler reaches for his steer. With a firm grip on the steer’s right horn, the cowboy hits the ground with his legs extended forward, brings the steer to a dead stop and then using his left hand as leverage under the steer’s jaw, he throws the steer off balance and wrestles it to the ground. The steer must be flat on its side before official time is taken. This event requires an extra horse ridden by a hazer, whose job it is to keep the steer running as straight as possible. LADIES BARREL RACING The only ladies’ event in professional rodeo, the contestant must cross the scoreline and run a clover-leaf pattern around three barrels and back across the scoreline to end time.

Either barrel, on the left or right, may be taken first, but a contestant will be disqualified for not following the clover-leaf pattern. If a barrel is knocked down, no time is awarded, but a contestant may, from a riding position, hold a barrel from falling. The time is generally taken with the use of an electric eye to the hundredths of a second. TEAM ROPING Two cowboys, a “header” and a “heeler” work to rope a steer in the shortest time possible. The steer gets a head start before the header leaves the box. The header throws his rope to catch the steer with one of three legal head catches: around the head and one horn, around the neck, or around both horns. If the cowboy fails to give the steer the head start, the team receives a 10-second penalty. Once the header has caught the steer, he wraps the rope around the saddle horn (dallies) and turns left with the steer in tow. The heeler then ropes both hind legs of the steer and dallies his rope. Once the slack has been taken out of both ropes and the contestants are facing each other, the flag drops and time stops. If the heeler only catches one leg, a 5-second penalty is added. If the heeler throws his loop before the header has turned the steer left, that is called a “crossfire” and the run is disqualified.

Douglas Lake Equipment

APPROVED

11508-8th Street Dawson Creek, BC (250) 782-5281 1-800-663-3572 Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

AFTER HOUR SALES Darcy Hofstrand (250) 219-8299 Jason Gies (250) 784-7953 19


Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

20


Greatest show in the

peace

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

21


Bareback 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

BENNETT CALEB (4) CHAMPION RICHMOND (4) LACASSE SPUR (4) VOLD JAKE (3) MARSHALL KY (5) TAYPOTAT TY (4) LAYE CLINT (4) LARSEN ORIN (3) WOODS LINDEN (4) HAMILTON CONNOR (2) GOODINE COLE (2) DEROSE GAVIN (4) LAMB KODY (4) BILTON DYLAN (5) HARDWICK SETH (3) BREUER TY (1) ADAMS COLIN (4) SOLBERG MICHAEL (3)

TREMONTON , UT 530 DUBLIN, TX 490 Calgary, AB 470 AIRDRIE, AB 330 BOWDEN, AB 330 REGINA, SK 320 CADOGAN, AB 315 INGLIS, MB 310 HIGH RIVER, AB 300 CALGARY, AB 220 CARBON, AB 210 KAMLOOPS, BC 210 SHERWOOD PARK, AB 205 RED DEER COUNTY, AB 200 RANCHESTER, WY 165 MANDAN, ND 155 DELORAINE, MB 130 SUNNYNOOK, AB 118.33 HARTELL-MACDONALD TATE (3) STRATHMORE, AB 115 ISABELLE PASCAL (4) OKOTOKS, AB 100

Wishing Everyone a SAFE and FUN Fall Fair & Stampede Dawson Creek Safeway 11200, 11216 - 8 Street 250-782-2253

From Management and Staff

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

Have a Great Time at the 2019 & Exhibi�on 22


Standings up to and including: Teepee Creek Stampede

St Marks Anglican Annual Pancake Breakfast

Friday, August 9 7:30 - 11:30am Along the Parade Route

1029 - 103 Avenue Downtown Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

your One Stop Spiritual Shop! • Workshops • Crystals • Books • Jewelry • Fortune Friday Nights • Visiting Practitioners • Much, Much MORE!

HaPPy ON MaiN Metaphysical Center inc. 10304 10th St Dawson Creek, BC

250.782.1662

HappyOnMain.ca

23


Celebrating the Dawson C

44 An th

August 10th, 2019

P

8am to 1

Pancakes an

This Year’s Breakfast Pouce Coupe Volunteer

$4 for $2 for

24

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019


Creek Exhibition & Stampede

nnual

PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR

11am

Co-op Mall Parking Lot

nd Sausages

t is in Support of the Fire Fighters Association

r Adults r Kids

Following the pancake breakfast, join us for the RACE AGAINST HUNGER in partnership with Encana. Teams race around the grocery store collecting food items for our local food banks. It’s competitive, fast paced and a good laugh .........all for a great cause!

11am - 12pm


Saddle Bronc Standings up to and including: Teepee Creek Stampede

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

THURSTON ZEKE (4) ANDERSEN BEN (5) HAY DAWSON (4) FINLAY JAKE (3) HAY LOGAN (5) HAUSAUER DUSTY (5) DAHM DAWSON (5) BURWASH JAKE (5) WATT LANE (3) WATSON JAKE (4) ASHBACHER KOLE (5) ESPELAND JOHNNY (3) WANCHUK KOLBY (4) BARRASS CHANCE (5) BURR PRESTON (4) PATTERSON NICHOLAS (3) ZWEIFEL CHASE (5) NEWMAN SAGE (3) CRAWLEY STERLING (1) FLUNDRA DUSTIN (4)

BIG VALLEY, AB ECKVILLE, AB WILDWOOD, AB GOODWELL, OK WILDWOOD, AB DICKINSON, ND DUFFIELD, AB NANTON, AB HARDISTY, AB HUDSONS HOPE, BC ARROWWOOD, AB SHERWOOD PARK, AB SHERWOOD PARK, AB YELLOWHEAD COUNTY, AB STRATFORD, TX BLACKFALDS, AB PARADISE HILL, SK MELSTONE, MT HUNTSVILLE,TX PINCHER CREEK, AB

665 460 445 415 335 290 260 250 235 225 220 200 195 185 180 165 165 160 150 145

We don’t just look at the surface of the problem, we go Deeper! Services: physiotherapy • acupuncture • massage • chiropractic • concussion therapy • personal training • and so much more! Call or email us today to discuss how we can help you Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

Unit 105 – 1100 Alaska Ave

250•782•3676 info@deepphysio.com

Deepphysio.com 26


DAWSON CREEK EXHIBITION PRESENTS

PROGRESSIVE AGRICULTURE SAFETY DAY

www.progressiveag.org

Celebrating 25 Years

bike safety | fire safety | first aid | hidden hazards | water safety | farm safety TOPICS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

WEDNESDAY AUG 7TH 9:30AM-12:00PM OR 1:30PM-4:00PM REGISTRATION FEE $5.00

INCLUDES T-SHIRT & GOODIE BAG

To register please email fairinfo@dawsoncreekfair.com or call 250-782-6252 Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

27


Chuckwagons Outriders PLACE DRIVER 1 Rory Gervais 2 Ethan Motowylo 3 Casey Knight 4 Quaid Tournier 5 Brendan Nolin 6 Cole Somerville 7 Chance Flad 8 Ryan MacNeill 9 Hayden Motowylo 10 Trey MacGillivray 11 Quinn Langevin 12 Rory Armstrong 13 Chad Fike 14 Dayton Sutherland 15 Zach Bond 16 Dean Arcand 17 Eddie Melville 18 Gage Flad

POINTS 3964.5 3894.5 3824 3507.5 3424.5 2842.5 2148 2041 1393 1297 1079.5 946 602 327 248 184 183.5 44

Battle Of The North

THE CHAMPIONSHIP August 7 - August 11, 2019 Dawson Creek, BC Wednesday - Sunday @ 7:30 PM (MST) THE LINE UP 9 Heats Of 4 Chuckwagons Per Heat 5 Days • 36 Drivers THE FORMAT Top 4 chuckwagons in the aggregate standings after the first 4 days of racing qualify for the sudden death championship final heat. Winner of the sudden death heat wins the Battle of the North Championship. THE CHAMPIONS 2018 Champion: Ross Knight Track Record: 1:12.71 Set By Rae Croteau Jr. in 2015 Most Victories: 5 by Hugh Sinclair ( 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2009), Kelly Sutherland (1996, 1997, 1998, 2005, 2010)

good ck & have fulu this years exnhibatitio and stampede n

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

28


Chuckwagons Drivers PLACE DRIVER 1 Vern Nolin 2 Kurt Bensmiller 3 Logan Gorst 4 Kirk Sutherland 5 Codey McCurrach 6 Cody Ridsdale 7 Mark Sutherland 8 Luke Tournier 9 Layne MacGillivray 10 Evan Salmond 11 Jordie Fike 12 Jason Glass 13 Mitch Sutherland 14 Doug Irvine 15 Ross Knight 16 Chanse Vigen 17 Gary Gorst 18 John Walters

POINTS 720.5 652 642.5 632 619.5 614 606 595 586.5 581 546.5 525 511 491.5 488 445 444 442.5

PLACE DRIVER 19 Darcy Flad 20 Chad Fike 21 Troy Dorchester 22 Mike Vigen 23 Obrey Motowylo 24 Chance Flad 25 Troy Flad 26 Roger Moore 27 Dustin Gorst 28 Chad Harden 29 Wade Salmond 30 Bob Van Eaton 31 Josh Hrynyk 32 Curtis Morin 33 Layne Flad 34 Kelly Morin 35 Blaid Flad 36 Roy Romanow

POINTS 438 433 395.5 391 386.5 379.5 376 347 339 321 316 298 296.5 275.5 250.5 241.5 145 103

“WE ARE YOUR LOCAL ADVANTAGE”” CALL OR VISIT US TODAY!

12109 - 8th St., Dawson Creek Tel: (250) 782-9155 • Toll free: 1 (800) 663-8080 • www.brownschev.com

JOIN US FOR A FREE BARBECUE 11AM – 1PM FRIDAY, AUGUST 9TH MEET AND GREET WITH WAGON RIDERS!!! Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

29


Chuckwagons Western Chuckwagon GMC Pro Tour The Western Chuckwagon Association (WCA) was formed in May of 2001 to promote the sport of thoroughbred chuckwagon racing in Northern Alberta and BC. One of the main goals was to bring the ‘big’ wagons to the smaller centres across the Peace Country. Another primary focus was to nurture and grow the sport of chuckwagon racing overall.  The sport is always in need of new bodies to insure its survival and promote its possible expansion across western America. The Dawson Creek Exhibition Association Chuckwagon Show is the year end finals for the Western Chuckwagon Association. The winner of Sundays Heat #4 finals receives $5000 in the Dash for Cash.  Top 12 wagons from their circuit will be participating in the race meet from Aug 12-14th. DCEA hosts the WCA finals at our Sunday “Dash for Cash” The Western Chuckwagon Association  and the Dawson Creek Exhibition Association are  “GOING GREEN”.  WCA will be removing the manure from the grounds to a composting area.  From there it will be used as cover for reseeding pipelines.  A joint project between WCA, DCEA, Agriculture and the Oil Industry.

“WE ARE YOUR LOCAL ADVANTAGE” CALL OR VISIT US TODAY!

CALL US @ 250.782.9155 OR VISIT US AT www.brownschev.com

JP Legault

Gary Peterson

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

Brian Daly

Mark Readman

Todd Fanning

30


Chuckwagons 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Erik Tremblay Todd McCracken Lane Kimble Derek Aebly Rick McRorie Dean Dreger Don Federiuk Dayton Sutherland Colin Leffley Les Rever Rilee Letendre Tuff Dreger Ron Bolin Glen Myette Brian Mayan Daniel King Blaid Flad

308.5 292.0 268.0 261.0 253.0 248.5 187.5 168.0 162.0 150.0 138.0 133.0 96.0 85.5 77.0 18.0 13.0

“WE ARE YOUR LOCAL ADVANTAGE” CALL US @ 250.782.9155 OR VISIT US AT www.brownschev.com

Aaron Powell

Mark Hesselwood

Jack McPherson

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

Neil Miller

Terry Wheeler

31


Chuckwagons Western Chuckwagon GMC Pro Tour

Meet Rylee Letendre 2017-11th Place (rookie of the year) 2018 - 10th place

Although she has roots in the Peace Region, Rilee Letendre grew up in Drayton Valley, Alberta. She gained experience driving work teams with her dad and was not introduced into the chuckwagon world until she was 25. The first time she drove 4 horses with her Uncle Brian Lewis, she was hooked. Rilee spent the next 6 years on the circuit working for numerous drivers and learning as much as she could. In the fall of 2016, she decided she was ready to start driving her own outfit. Going into her 3rd year of racing, Rilee has shown that she can be a tough competitor. In her first year she received Rookie of the Year and ended the season strong in 11th place in the standings. 2018 proved to be a big learning year for Rilee where she finished of 10th for the season. She ended the year strong Dawson Creek finishing 6th our of 17 drivers. Rilee takes pride in the care and well being of her horses and to help her take the best care possible, she has just finished her farrier training in Georgia. If you want your company to stand out on the track this year, this driver is a great choice.

“WE ARE YOUR LOCAL ADVANTAGE” CALL US @ 250.782.9155 OR VISIT US AT www.brownschev.com

Welcome to the

“Greatest Show in the Peace” Good Luck to all of the Contestants Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

32


Steer Wrestling Standings up to and including: Teepee Creek Stampede

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

CASSIDY CURTIS (4) MILAN TANNER (4) CASSIDY CODY (5) CURE HUNTER (3) MILLER TY (5) GUENTHNER SCOTT (4) BUTTERFIELD BROCK (5) BROWN JESSE (4) THOMAS JASON (4) MOORE CLAYTON (5) CULLING STEPHEN (5) RAMEY BEN (5) WALKER DUSTIN (5) ERICKSON TY (3) MCGINN MIKE (4) KNOWLES BLAKE (3) COLE HARLEY (3) FRANK DEREK (5)

DONALDA, AB COCHRANE, AB DONALDA, AB HOLLIDAY, TX WAINWRIGHT, AB PROVOST, AB PONOKA, AB BAKER CITY, OR BENTON, AR POUCE COUPE, BC FORT ST. JOHN, BC PONOKA, AB VANSCOY,SK HELENA, MT HAINES, OR HEPPNER, OR OKOTOKS, AB STONY PLAIN, AB BEARDSWORTH LANDON (5) RED DEER COUNTY BRUNNER TANNER (1) RAMONA, KS

420 400 375 320 315 300 295 285 285 270 270 265 260 245 245 245 245 225 220 215

CHANCES DAWSON CREEK Visit us for the best GAMING EXPERIENCE in town!

FREE LIVE MUSIC! Sean Burns Aug 9 & 10 9pm

$5 FREE PLAY

Bring this coupon to the Cash Cage to redeem. VALID UNTIL AUGUST 31, 2019 | DAG-Fair5 Must be an Encore Rewards Member. One per person. Not to be combined with any other offer.

SLOTS • DINING • BINGO 400 Highway 2, Dawson Creek | 250.782.7752 | chancesdawsoncreek.com Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

33


Tie Down Roping

The Greatest Show in the Peace Welcome to the 97th Annual DC Exhibition & Stampede, Agricultural Fair & Rodeo

Our Future Depends on Agriculture Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

T.L. Coe Financial Ltd. #111 10200 8th St. Dawson Creek 250-782-7184 tlcoe@telus.net tlcoe.com

34


Standings up to and including: Teepee Creek Stampede 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

BOUCHARD ALWIN (5) RIEMER REESE (3) SHIOZAWA MATT (4) HARRIS TY (3) POPESCUL TYLER (5) ROMBOUGH LEE (5) BIRD LOGAN (5) LIVINGSTON LANE (3) HANCHEY SHANE (4) MEGED HAVEN (4) MCCARTNEY CODY (3) HAYES WYATT (5) MILLIGAN TYLER (3) DUBLANKO DARREN (5) SMITH SHANE (5) MOORE TIMBER (3) DUBLANKO ERIK (5) BONNETT KEELY (5) EIRIKSON JOSH (5) SWOR CADE (3)

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

SCANDIA, AB STINNETT, TX CHUBBUCK, ID SAN ANGELO, TX MEDICINE HAT, AB SEXSMITH, AB NANTON, AB SEYMOUR, TX SULPHUR, LA MILES CITY, MT OTTAWA LAKE, MI VAL MARIE, SK STEPHENVILLE, TX THORSBY, AB WIMBORNE, AB AUBREY, TX THORSBY, AB PONOKA, AB PINCHER CREEK, AB CHICO, TX

372 350 340 315 295 290 280 258 257 250 245 245 235 225 225 220 215 210 205 200 35


Farmer Needs The Rain By Roy Forbes (from the C.D. “Almost Overnight”)

Ooh the farmer needs the rain And the farmer needs the heat Needs it in the proper order To grow a field of wheat But when the wind keeps a blowin’ Blowin’ everything away You can bet your boots the farmer’s gonna pay Ah, the government is helpful They tell you what to plant You take it into town They turn around and say, “No tanks.” And then the cops pull you over Right in front of the bank

Just wanna see if you’ve got Purple gas in your tank

blowin’ Blowin’ everything away You can bet your boots the farmer’s gonna pay

Well it’s another dry sundown Navy blue and red Linda’s out sellin’ Tupperware and the kids are tucked in bed Ah the radio is cracklin’ And the tractor’s in the shed and I’m thinkin’ ‘bout some things my father said

And then the credit man comes to see you At the break of day He might have to take the truck Cos you can’t pay right away

He said the farmer needs the rain And the farmer needs the heat Needs it in the proper order To grow a field of wheat But when the wind keeps a

And you look towards the sky All your praying in vain We got a lotta bills to pay When do we get a break The farmer needs, the farmer needs the rain

Hw y9 7N

We’re Easy to Find! Tourist Info

Northern Lights RV Park

Hwy 49 E Traffic Circle

97 S Hwy

Hwy 2 to Edmonton

Dangerous Goods Route

1.5 miles from Jct.

(250) 782-9433 1-855-782-9433 www.NLRV.com

30/50 Amp Full Hookups � Large Pull Throughs Satellite TV � Meeting Room � WiFi Convenience Store � Laundromat � Showers Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

Locally owned and operated

N 55˚ 45.945 W 120˚ 17.441 36


Glacier

Ltd.

“If you can’t come to us we can come to you.”

ce of e i P t “Bes n Town” i Glass

We do insurance windshields and accept all major fleet cards. Check us out at 1425 - 97th Avenue Formerly The Organic Bakery building. Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

Dwaine Dilworth 250-467-0060 • MOBILE AUTO GLASS 250-782-8800 37


Ladies Barrel Racing Standings up to and including: Teepee Creek Stampede

Brass Scissors Hair Designs Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

38


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

ELLIOTT JUSTINE (5) WALKER MARY (4) KINSEL HAILEY (2) WILLS BROOKE (5) MANNING TAYLOR (5) GANTER JACKIE (4) FISCHER TAMMY (2) GERWATOSKI KIM (4) MILLER REBECCA (4) MILLER EMILY (1) TRENHOLM RYLEE (5) GANTER ANGELA (5) O’REILLY JENNA (2) RUZICKA STACEY (4) BIRD LAKOTA (5) WILLS LANE (4) WEIR SHAYNA (4) CROSSLEY CALLAHAN (3) BRODOWAY LYNETTE (2) SHARP JENNIFER (3)

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

LACOMBE, AB ENNIS, TX COTULLA, TX KAMLOOPS, BC YELLOWHEAD COUNTY, A ABILENE, TX LEDBETTER, TX PONOKA, AB DALEMEAD, AB WEATHERFORD, OK CHETWYND, BC ABILENE, TX MILLARVILLE, AB BLUFFTON, AB NANTON, AB KAMLOOPS, BC PONOKA, AB HERMISTON, OR BROOKS, AB RICHARDS, TX

545 500 370 365 345 270 250 230 230 225 215 205 200 200 195 190 180 175 170 165

39


Gospel Festival G N I UR

T A E F

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

40


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2019

2001 KENWORTH C500 T/A TRI-DRIVE W/MANITEX M3812 4S BOOM TRUCK

2015 KENWORTH W900 TRI-DRIVE SLEEPER HEAVY HAUL TRUCK

2013 WESTERN STAR 4900SB TRI-DRIVE TRUCK TRACTOR

2 - 2014 KENWORTH T800 T/A TRUCK TRACTORS

2001 JOHN DEERE 9400 4WD TRACTOR

2012 LOADKING SUPER B-TRAIN GRAIN TRAILERS

2003 CATERPILLAR D5G LGP CRAWLER DOZER

2006 JOHN DEERE 1830 60 FT. AIR DRILL

ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS CONTACT US TODAY! Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

Visit us online at:

weaverauctions.com

LORNE: 250-219-0871 EVAN: 250-219-4539 41 DALLAS: 780-831-7847


Team Roping

Standings up to and including: Teepee Creek Stampede

Heeler 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

WARREN RILEY (5) BUHLER JEREMY (4) MCLEOD TYCE (5) WIGEMYR DEVIN (5) BONNETT KEELY (5) SIMPSON CHASE (5) TRYAN CHASE (3) ROMO II JOEY (5) BRAY PADEN (1) WOOLSEY TRISTIN (5) WILSON RILEY (5) BUHLER KELLY (5) KOCH HUNTER (3) GRAHAM DILLON (5) MCCARROLL BRETT (5) ROY KASPER (4) WHYTE KLAY (5) MCCARROLL CLARK (5) BEERS MIKE (3) DAVISON COLE (4)

STETTLER, AB ARROWWOOD, AB WALDECK, SK BROOKS, AB PONOKA, AB CLARESHOLM, AB HELENA, MT NANTON, AB STEPHENVILLE, TX NANTON, AB CARDSTON, AB BIG VALLEY, AB VERNON, TX WAINWRIGHT, AB CAMROSE, AB MOSSLEIGH, AB PONOKA, AB DAYSLAND, AB KAMLOOPS, BC VULCAN, AB

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

555 415 390 370 368 345 330 320 305 290 285 265 255 255 255 238 230 225 215 195

42


Team Roping

Header 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

ULLERY CLAY (5) SCHMIDT KOLTON (4) MCLEOD TUFTIN (5) MCFADDEN ROLAND (5) BONNETT LOGAN (5) BUHLER CLINT (5) HALL BRENTEN (3) ROY RILEY (5) ROGERS ERICH (1) JOHNSON DENVER (5) SKOCDOPOLE LUKE (5) SHERWOOD MATT (3) GRAHAM DAWSON (5) DEPAOLI STEELE (4) MCCARROLL JUSTIN (5) FULLER KAL (4) BUSS BRETT (5) EVENSON CHAD (3) SMITH KYLE (4) SIMPSON LEVI (4)

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

TWO HILLS, AB BARRHEAD, AB WALDECK, SK VULCAN, AB PONOKA, AB OKOTOKS, AB JAY, OK STRATHMORE, AB CASA GRANDE, AZ STRATHMORE, AB BIG VALLEY, AB PIMA, AZ WAINWRIGHT, AB LONGVIEW, AB CAMROSE AB BOZEMAN, MT PONOKA, AB PRITCHARD, BC BRANT, AB PONOKA, AB

555 415 390 370 368 345 330 320 305 290 265 255 255 255 255 238 230 215 200 195

43


Bull Riding Standings up to and including: Teepee Creek Stampede 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

DURAZO EDGAR (3) GARDNER JACOB (5) HANSEN JORDAN (5) KIMZEY SAGE (4) ROBBINS COY (3) COVERCHUK CODY LEE (4) PARSONAGE JARED (4) CHOTOWETZ TODD (5) PORTENIER BRADY (3) SMITH GARRETT (2) WEST LONNIE (3) BENTON TREY (2) ELLIS TY (5) BINGHAM TYLER (2) TETZ NICK (3) LAMBERT ZANE (4) BROWN KYLE (5) LOUIS DAKOTA (5) MOEN JB (5) HOEFER THOR (3)

MOCTEZUMA,SONORA MX DAWSON CREEK, BC PONOKA, AB STRONGCITY, OK CAMROSE, AB MEADOWLAKE, SK MAPLE CREEK, SK MAJOR, SK CALDWELL, ID REXBURG, ID CADOGAN, AB HUNTSVILLE, TX SONNINGDALE, SK HONEYVILE, UT CALGARY, AB PONOKA, AB DIDSBURY, AB BROWNING, MT ELROSE, SK SPIRIT LAKE, ID

480 480 390 345 295 290 290 285 275 240 235 225 215 210 205 205 200 190 175 165

summer Cruise THE 26th ANNUAL

Any Ride, Any Type, Any Shape... All are Welcome!

MileZeroCruisers.com Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

July 10-12

2020 44


Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

45


Welcome to the Dawson Cr

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

46


reek Exhibition Fairgrounds 1. General Admission Gate 2. 4-H Exhibition 3. Home Arts - Photography, Beer & Wines, Grains and Forage crops, Rabbits and Poultry 4. Sheep/Llama and Heavy Horse Barn 6. Rodeo and Grandstand Admission Gate 7. Waterin’ Hole 8. Heavy Horse and Draft Hrose Ring and Events 9. B. Patterson Heavy Horse Barn 10. Heavy Horse Hooking Area 11 . Sponsor Event Tents 12. Rodeo Office 13. Rodeo Contestant Gate to Infield 14. Apache - Sponsor and Exhibitor Camping Area 15. Handicap Parking/Camping 16. Horticulture Building 17. Manure Dump 18. Exhibitor Camping/Parking 19. Western Camp Ground 20. Light Horse Rings 21 . Rodeo Contestant Parking 22. Cattle Rings 23. Cattle Barns 24. Chuckwagon Gate 25. Light Horse Stalls 26. Light Horse Camping 27. Main Office

Camping Area Entrance Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

47


RESPOND

RESTORE

RECOVER

• Disaster Restoration • Fire/ Water Damage • Vandalism • Asbestos Abatement • Mould Remediation Good Luck to all the participants in the Dawson Creek Exhibition & Stampide

Office: 250-782-7778 • Cell: 250-719-9100 peacecountryrestoration@gmail.com www.peacecountryrestoration.com • Complete Renovations • Laminate & Hardwood Installation • Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning • Painting - Interior/Exterior • Drywall • Ceramic Tile Installation • Finishing Carpentry

Serving the Peace Country

Dawson Creek Mirror’s Fall Fair & Exhibition Feature• 2019

48

Profile for The Mirror

2019 Dawson Creek Exhibition & Stampede  

2019 Dawson Creek Exhibition & Stampede  

Advertisement

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded