Canadians dominate the saddle bronc on Day 5 of 2024 Calgary Stampede

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It was a spectacular Tuesday for three Canadians in one event on the fifth day of the 2024 Calgary Stampede. In the saddlebronc event, Canadians finished first, second and third.

Kolby Wanchuk of Sherwood Park, Alberta posted the highest score for the second straight day. After posting a score of 87.5 on Monday, Wanchuk had a score of 88 on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Dawson Dahm of Duffield, Alberta had the second best score of 87.5 points, and Lucas Macza of High River, Alberta finished in third place with a score of 86.5 points.

In the Pool B Standings in the saddle bronc, Wanchuk leads with $13,250. Macza is tied for second place with $6500. Macza has won the same amount of cash to date as Trenton Burd of Madison, Kansas.

One more Canadian performed admirably on Tuesday. Jared Parsonage of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan on Wrangler Tough was tied with Josh Frost of Randlett, Utah for the best score of the day at 84 points. Parsonage is third overall in the Pool B standings with $8333.33. He is behind Trey Kimzey of Strong City, Oklahoma ($12,375), and Jace Trosclair of Chauvin, Louisiana ($10,875).

Meanwhile in the Rangeland Derby, Wade Salmond of Weekes, Saskatchewan had the fastest time of 1:10.81. The aggregate leader on Tuesday was Chad Fike of Cremona, Alberta at 5:59.26.

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