Large crowds, great weather and a solid effort from the Cariboo competitors.
That sums up the 51st annual Quesnel Rodeo during Billy Barker Days over the weekend.
Tavis Roch from Quesnel was the Tie Down Roping champion with a time of 14 and 1.
That paid almost 713 dollars.
Steve Hohmann added another championship buckle to his resume as he earned a 1-2 split in the Bareback.
Josh Cahill, from Clinton originally, and his partner won the Team Roping for nearly 11-hundred and 60 dollars each.
Rhoda Petal from Alexis Creek, a winner last year, was the runner-up this year in the Breakaway Roping for 774 dollars.
Junior winners were Tyler Antoine from Clinton in the Steer Riding and Brianna Billy from Williams Lake in the Barrel Racing.
Kaitlyn Lulua from 150 Mile was first in the Pee Wee Barrels.
The Fox Dairy Farm…Joey McDonald, Curtis Gassoff and Tim Traber…won the championship buckles in the Wild Cow Milking.
Lindy Friessen from Williams Lake was the runaway winner in the Flat Race winning on both days and Alan Puhallo’s team from Quesnel won the Wild Horse Race on Friday night.