PRINCE ALBERT, Saskatchewan -- Stop number three on the 2017 ABBI Canada Futurity series is in the books to kick off the Clunie-Cooper Memorial PBR. A total of 22 bucking bulls from Alberta and Saskatchewan competed inside the Art Hauser Centre on Friday morning.
Nansen Vold's 577 took top spot with a score of 85.5 points for a stack of cash tallying $3,900. This was the bulls second check of the futurity season after taking second in Marwayne last month.
Wild Hoggs/Chmelnyk/Bryant's 592 earned his second futurity placing worth 990 points, $2,925 for the 84.25 point effort. WH 592 split fifth in Marwayne moving his season earnings slightly passed the $4,000 mark.
A pair of two-year-old bulls split third in Prince Albert for $1,462.50. Flying High Cattle Co.'s C93 is the lone bull to have placed at all three futurities so far in 2017. With over $6,000 in season earnings, C93 continues to lead the ABBI Canada Futurity Standings after this morning's 84 point score. Hy-Kik Ranch's 582 picked up that same $1,462.50 envelope for the split of third.
In fifth in Prince Albert was Rafter G Cattle Co.'s 53 who missed the pay window by a mere quarter point but remains in second place in the national standings.
Official results from the Prince Albert, SK - ABBI Canada Futurity on May 5th, 2017.
1. Nansen Vold Rodeo Co.'s 577, 85.5 points, $3,900; 2. Wild Hoggs/Chmelnyk/Bryant's 592, 84.25, $2,925; 3. (tie) Flying High Rodeo Co.'s C93 and Hy-Kik Ranch's 582, 84, $1,462.50.
Next up on the 2017 ABBI Canada Schedule is the first classic of the year in Prince Albert, SK at the Clunie-Cooper Memorial PBR on May 5th and 6th. Next up on the futurity schedule is Sunday May 14th's Mother's Day event in Innisfail, AB.