Driver Standings

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N.NameOverall Standings
1Todd Baptiste1029
2Ray Mitsuing982
3Kris Molle966
4Dale Mitsuing946
5Jamie Laboucane932

Outrider Standings

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N.NameOverall Standings
1Tyler McKenzie5798
2Kale Lajeunesse5782.5
3Cody Hodgson5525
4Tyson Whitehead5301.5
5Basil Mosquito4058

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Barry Hodgson of Wetaskwin, AB will be back along the wagon trail for the 2020 season.
Rookie Year: 2000
2019 Season Finish – 10th with 814.5 points
Barry tried driving horses at Buddy Bensmiller’s and the rest is history. 2020 will make it 20 years driving for Barry and this will be his 5th year with the CPCA. His 2019 season was quite successful with 3 top 5 runs and 13 top 10 runs. He finished in the top 10 at 4 of the 9 CPCA shows and in the top 15 at 6 of them. His most memorable moment in wagon racing is qualifying for Calgary the first time, Barry has had 10 Calgary Stampede appearances and you will be seeing him back for the 2020 CS Rangeland Derby. His unsung heroes are his horses and his favorite thing about chuckwagon racing is breaking new horses in the spring. Barry’s primary goal for the upcoming season is to have a clean, safe year.
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Dallas Dyck of Dewberry, AB will be back along the wagon trail for the 2020 season
Rookie Year: 2003
2019 Season Finish – 11th with 795 points
Dallas got into Chuckwagon racing as it was a family tradition with his grandfather, Arthur Gorst being a wagon driver. He has loved the sport his entire life which started out as a young fan, then becoming a barnhand which eventually led to outriding and then to the driver’s seat. His most memorable racing moment so far was winning 2nd day money at Calgary Stampede, which he was out of winning day money by 1/100th of a second. Dallas’ successful 2019 season consisted of 8 top 5 runs and 12 top 10 runs in 2019 and he had 2 top 5 aggregate finishes as well as 3 top 10 and 5 top 15 finishes. Dallas has had 4 Calgary Stampede appearances and you will be seeing him back on the Rangeland Derby track in 2020. His primary goal for this season is to finish in the top 8 at Calgary Stampede and finish in top in the CPCA where he aims to be in dash at the Lloyd Finals.
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DJ King of Meadow Lake, SK will be back along the wagon trail for the 2020 season.
Rookie Year: 2015
2019 Season Finish – 12th with 762.5 points
With family always being around the sport, DJ climbed in the wagon box in 2015. With his hard work over the years, 2019 saw DJ with his most successful year finishing in 12th place. DJ had 3 Top 5 runs, 8 top 10 runs and 19 top 15 runs in the 2019 season. He also had an impressive 4 top 10 aggregate finishes and 8 out of 9 top 15 show finishes. At season end, DJ walked away with the Bruce Bremner award for most consistent barreling. DJ, Chantal, Jacob & Drew won the 2019 Kevan Mayan Sr. Memorial Family of the Year award in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the Chuckwagon racing way of life. DJ's primary goal for the upcoming season is to move up in the standings and qualify for Calgary.
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Robby Ethier of Grandora, SK will be back along the wagon trail for the 2020 season.
Rookie Year: 2014
2019 Season Finish – 13th with 752.5 points
2020 Season will be Robby’s 7th year in the driver’s seat and with his positive attitude and love for his horses we will be sure to see consistent runs from him. When asked who his biggest influence is, he really had to think about this one as lots of people come to mind. There is one who has always been his biggest supporter and that is his mom, she is his loudest fan in the stands, confidant, someone who sets the record straight and the gatherer of friends and family. His most memorable moment so far is winning the North Battleford show in 2018 and his favorite thing about Chuckwagon racing is the horses, they love what they do, and it makes his job easier with their different personalities and quirks. 2019 brought Robbie many successes, including 5 top 5 runs and 10 top 10 runs along with finishing in the top 10 at 4 tour stop and in the top 15 at 6 shows. His primary goal for the 2020 season is making the top 10 consistently.
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Kirby Stanley of Meadow Lake, SK will be back along the wagon trail for the 2020 season.
Rookie Year: 1996
2019 Season Finish – 17th with 705.5 points
Kirby got into chuckwagons in the late 1980’s when he outrode for a few years. In 1996 he decided to try driving and was very successful winning the Rookie Driver award. His favorite thing about Chuckwagon racing is the thrill of the race. 2019 saw Kirby having an impressive season with 3 top 5 runs, 7 top 10 runs and 16 top 15 runs. He finished in the top 10 at 3 of the CPCA tour stops and in the top 15 at 5 shows. Kirby’s hard work and driving skills showed in 2018 as he received the prestigious Bruce Bremner award for the most consistent barreling outfit and continued into 2019. Kirby’s goal in 2020 is to run penalty free and be consistent.
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