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Alistair Hagan accepting Profile Paving High Point 12 Saddle from Grant Duncalfe

Alistair Hagan accepting Profile Paving High Point 12 Saddle from Grant Duncalfe

sponsors for their support, and thanks to all of the behind the scenes people who made this event possible. Record entries made for an outstanding weekend!  Special thanks goes out to the Manitoba High School Rodeo Association, Mike Clark and Ty Lowery for their help at the finals.

Congratulations to all the Champions!

#12 High Point Header – Alistair Hagan

#12 High Point Heeler -  Shane Brown

#12 Roping Champions Alistair Hagan and

Murray Moran receiving Year End High Point Award from Classic Vac - Randy McCannell

Murray Moran receiving Year End High Point Award from Classic Vac – Randy McCannell

Shane Brown

# 8 High Point Header -  Ty Patton
# 8 High Point Heeler – Charlie King

#8 Roping Champions – Ty Patton and Ory Brown

Head Horse of the Finals - Cody Kelly -
Heel Horse of the Finals – Grant Duncalfe – Deuce

Most improved Roper 18 & under – Matt Campbell

Year End High Point - Murray Moran

Jessica Brown receiving year end high point #3 award from Murray Moran

Jessica Brown receiving year end high point #3 award from Murray Moran

3 & Under Champion - Jessica Brown
4 Champion – Dereck Mandel
5+ Champion – Murray Moran

Finals pictures can be seen and purchased at CountrifiedPhotography.com

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MANITOBA TEAM ROPING ASSOCIATION

The M.T.R.A was established in 1975 and has seen many different walks of life from ranchers & business men to nurses and dentists compete in the association.

Team roping also known as heading and heeling is an event that features a steer (typically a Corriente) and two mounted riders. The first roper is referred to as the “header,” the person who ropes the front of the steer, usually around the horns, but it is also legal for the rope to go around the neck, or go around one horn and the nose resulting in what they call a “half head,” the second is the “heeler,” who ropes the steer by its hind feet, with a five second penalty assessed to the end time if only one leg is caught.

The Manitoba Team Roping association uses numbered ropings to allow competitors of any ability to successfully have a chance to win.

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