Bull-A-Rama draws crowd to Penticton Speedway

A combination of crowd support, prize money and a great venue are making Penticton a must-hit stop on the Canadian bull riding circuit.

The Bull-A-Rama returned to the Penticton Speedway on July 16

The Bull-A-Rama returned to the Penticton Speedway on July 16



Veteran bull rider Marlon Williams continued his charge towards the top of the BRC National Standings by securing the victory at the third annual Penticton Speedway Bull A Rama.

Williams, from, Mount Currie, B.C., was  the only person to ride both bulls, scoring 154.5 total on two head, Williams claimed 380 points and moved to the number three position in the BRC National standings; earning nearly $2,800 for his efforts.

“The win was great and can’t wait to go to the next one, been riding with a broken finger,” said Williams.

Australia’s Ben Gard was the high marked ride of the event, scoring 85 points on Coyote Creek Rodeo 205 White Out; earning over $2,000 for the single ride. Ben’s high marked ride made the BRC highlight video for the Penticton event.

Organizers said the atmosphere at the Speedway Bull A Rama was unique due to the spectacular venue and the enthusiastic fans.

Next up on the Bull Riders Canada Inc. western schedule is one of the busiest runs of the year. With over $13,500 in combined added money between: Eatonia, Sask.,  Midale, Sask., and Ralston, Alta. For more information or to view standings visit www.bullriderscanada.ca.