Calgary Stampede named Stock Contractor of the Year

It’s no secret we love our animals, and are always proud to celebrate their success. So being named the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association’s 2016 Stock Contractor of the Year is a pretty big deal for the Calgary Stampede. Voted on by members of the CPRA, these annual awards recognize the best-of-the-best in the rodeo industry.

“The hard work and dedication of the rodeo committees make it possible for us to showcase the animals that come from the Stampede Ranch,” says Calgary Stampede Ranch manager, Tyler Kraft. “We are extremely appreciative of them, as well as the competitors who trust us to provide great horses and bulls for their sport.”

Tyler Kraft with some of the horses at the Stampede  Ranch

Tyler Kraft with some of the horses at the Stampede Ranch

The Calgary Stampede is the primary stock contractor for eight rodeos in Canada and the United States including the Strathmore Stampede, Armstrong Stampede, Pendleton Round Up, and the Calgary Stampede itself. Stampede horses and bulls also compete year round at many other rodeos throughout North America.

Shadow Warrior carries Caleb Bennett at the Calgary Stampede

Shadow Warrior carries Caleb Bennett at the Calgary Stampede

The Calgary Stampede would like to congratulate all of the other award winners this year, and encourage those looking for the full list of winners to visit the Pro Rodeo Canada website.

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