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Strathroy, Ontario Cowgirl Wins IPRAWorld Championship


Sheri Cahill made IPRA (International Professional Rodeo Association) history on Sunday, January 15th when she won the Cowgirls’ Breakaway Roping World Championship. This is the first year the IPRA has had break- away roping at the International Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City (January 13-15, 2012) and 4 Cana- dian cowgirls qualified. Lacey Scully from Rockwood, Ontario was the only one to catch all 4 calves and won the average. Teri Lee Dunk, Campbellford, Ontario placed 3rd in the average.


In Tie-Down Roping, Ross Scully from Rockwood, Ontario finished second in the average. Jarod Nooren from St. Thomas, Ontario finished third in the aver- age and also won the 2nd Go Round with a time of 7.6 seconds. Two time IPRA World Cham- pion Steer Wrestler, Matt Mousseau from Dashwood, Ontario sustained an injury in the 1st go round and had to draw out of the subsequent go rounds. Martine Desjardins, Carlsbad Springs, Ontario, won the Rookie of the Year in the Cowgirl Barrel Racing and finished 4th in the average. Edesse Descoteaux, Lor- rainville, Quebec placed 2nd in the average.


Luke McCoag, Queensville, Ontario came into the Finals in 1st place but ended up 3rd in the World Championship Standings. The bulls were tough – only 11 rides in 4 performances.


The IPRA sanctions 300 rodeos annually in 30 states and 3 Canadian provinces and is the sec- ond largest rodeo sanctioning orga- nization in the world. There were 3500 members in the IPRA in 2011 and the top 15 competed in the Finals. There were 25 Canadian competitors (17 from Ontario and 8 from Quebec) who made the trip to IFR42. The Canadian contestants all wore black armbands with “Riding for Sticky” on them in memory of Dean Dobinson, an Ontario cowboy who died in a tragic farming accident last Novem- ber. Dean had been a previous qualifier in the IFR.


Hi Barry - Here are the pictures for the article -


there’s one of Lacey Scully receiv- ing her Finals Average buckle for breakaway roping and one of Sheri Cahill receiving her saddle and buckle for the World Champi-


onship Breakaway Roping - that is her son, Tucker, on the saddle. Both pictures are credited to: Guar- anteed Cowgirl/Peggy Gander.


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