O’Neill’s Bronze — Finally

A cool moment took place during the Sunday performance at this year’s Innisfail Pro Rodeo. Jack Daines called retired saddle bronc rider, Glen O’Neill, to the announcer’s stand, ostensibly to ‘open the bronc riding’. The former Canadian and World Saddle Bronc Riding Champion obliged, spoke to the crowd and turned to leave. That’s when Jack, …

And…They’re Off!

It was news that Alberta’s racing industry had been dreading for months. Rumours of the closure of Edmonton’s Northlands Park racetrack were proven true on February 17 at a press conference hosted by Northlands president and CEO Tim Reid. “2016 will be our last year in the horse racing business,” Reid said to the room …

Riding for Brain Injury Awareness

Since 2004, brain injury victim Curtis Anderson of Minburn, Alta., has made it his goal every year to raise funds and awareness of neurological conditions with his Courage Canada Trail Ride. In 2015, Anderson’s western event brought back an impressive crowd of fun seekers to enjoy the last Saturday in May and to support his …