Carlson Relay team with Chazz Racine rider and family members.
By LORI ANN EDMO
FORT HALL — Carlson Relay with rider Chazz Racine won the Shoshone-Bannock Festival Indian Relay Race championship August 11 earning $6,588 plus Pendleton jackets.
Taking second was Wolf Mountain team and rider J-Ree Old Bull earning $3,952. Third place was Andrew Whiteman riding for Starr School winning $2,635.
Racine said the team came to the Festival and won it, “We had two big wins the first two days, third yesterday and it paid off today, we put it down. It feels good to be here and winning it.” He said they had pretty tough luck the past two years, “But we wanted it bad and we got it,” noting they’ve won the Festival Indian Relay three times.
Ervin Carlson, father of Chazz and team owner, said they put everything down and made sure they were going to win it. “Everything went smooth today.” The team wanted to thank the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes for the race and awards, “We are sure glad to win it today.”
Carlson Relay rider Chazz Racine heads around the final turn to win the championship.
Black Rock Relay with rider J-Ree Old Bull won the Championship Consolation race earning $2,562. Second was Umatilla Express with rider Dallon Racehorse winning $1,537 and third went to Mountain Crow with rider Joey Gutierrez III earning $1,024.
Cedar Ridge with rider Lil Muncie Osborne won Consolation 1 race earning $500. Second was the Coby team with Josh Thompson riding winning $300 and third was Goes Ahead Pretty with rider Holman Real Bird earning $200.
Blanket Bull with Devin Costa riding won Consolation 2 race winning $500. Second place was Tillman team and rider Jared Cerino winning $200. Third place was Buffalo Runners with rider Travis Spotted Eagle earning $200.
Qualifying heats each paid $508 for first, $305 for second and $203 for third August 8 to 10. Results include:
August 8: Heat 1: First: Boogie Boys with Frankie Gould riding, second Young Money with Myles Murray rider and third Fights Alone with DJ Buffalo rider. Heat 2: First Carlson Relay with Chazz Racine riding, second Wolf Mountain with rider J-Ree Old Bull and third Blanket Bull with rider Devin Costa. Heat 3: First Starr School and rider Andrew Whiteman, second Black Rock Relay with rider Blayne DeRouche and third Umatilla Express and rider Dallon Racehorse. Heat 4: First: River Road with rider Cristobal Sanchez, second Goes Ahead Pretty and rider Holman Real Bird, no third place because the remaining teams were disqualified.
August 9: Heat 1: First: Starr School with Andrew Whiteman riding, second War Chief with Lynwood Hisbadhorse Jr. rider and third Young Money with Myles Murray riding. Heat 2: First: Farmer team with rider Kalen Hammond, second Cedar Ridge with Lil Muncie Osborne riding and third Mountain Crow with rider Joey Gutierrez III. Heat 3: First: Frankie Gould riding for Boogie Boys, second Black Rock Relay with Blayne DeRouche rider and third Goes Ahead Pretty with Holman Real Bird riding. Heat 4: First: Carlson Relay with Chazz Racine riding, second Umatilla Express and rider Dallon Racehorse and third Wolf Mountain with rider J-Ree Old Bull.
August 10: Heat 1: First: Mountain Crow with rider Joey Gutierrez III, second Umatilla Express and rider Dallon Racehorse. Third place War Chief with rider Lynwood Hisbadhorse Jr.. Heat 2: First: River Road with Cristobal Sanchez riding, second Starr School with rider Andrew Whiteman and third Cedar Ridge with Lil Muncie Osborne riding. Heat 3: First: Wolf Mountain with rider J-Ree Old Bull, second Coby team with rider Josh Thompson and third Farmer team with rider Kalen Hammond. Heat 4: First: Frankie Gould riding for Boogie Boys, second Black Rock Relay with Blayne DeRouche riding and third Carlson Relay with rider Chazz Racine.
Autumn Charges Strong Ladies Race winner.
By LORI ANN EDMO
FORT HALL — In addition to Indian Relay races, the Fort Hall Indian Relay Association sponsored six other races August 8 to 10.
August 8: Chief Race: Freeland Larkin won first winning $2,100. Second went to Blayne DeRouche earning $1,260 and third was Miaus Teton winning $840. Riders were required to wear warbonnets.
August 9: Kids Race: Tanner Tohtsoni won first winning $325. Second went to Revs Reevis earning $195 and third was Jude Reevis winning $130.
Youth Relay: Lil Boogie Boys with rider Tanner Tohtsoni was first winning $450. Second was Lil Pikuni Express earning $270. Third place was Lil Buffalo Runner winning $180.
August 10: Ladies Relay: First went to Brailey Tissidimit winning $1,350. Second was Tahliyah Appenay riding for Bad Rock Warriors earning $810.
Warrior Race: First was Lane Hill winning $1,100, second was Miaus Teton earning $660 and third place was Narsis Reevis winning $440.
August 11: Ladies Race: Autumn Charges Strong won first winning $1,300. Second went to Brailey Tissidimit winning $780 and third place was Lexie Teton earning $520.
Bareback rider Earl Tsosie Jr.
FORT HALL — Following are the results from the Fort Hall INFR Tour Rodeo August 10 and 11.
Bareback: first-Cam Bruised Head 78, second-Earl Tsosie Jr. 75, third-Delvecchio Kaye 73, fourth-Justin Randle 71, fifth-Clay Ramone 71, sixth-Jacoby Johns 65.
Saddle Bronc: first-Creighton Curley 69, second-Stephen James 48, third-Kane Kee 46, fourth-Joe Scott Jr. 45.
Bulls: first-Zac Osborne 79, second-Lane Granger 73, third-T’Jay Allen 68, fourth-Dehlyn Cambell 64, fifth-Cain Thomas 61, sixth-Tyson Tsinnjinnie 60.
Calf Roping: first-Ty Allen Fischer 10.70, second-Kenny Glasses 10.93, third-Stephan Ramone 11.86, fourth-Zane Not Afraid 11.90, fifth-Scott Rodgers 11.93, sixth-Collin Johnson 12.44.
Steer Wrestling: first-Jeremiah Jodie 4.23, second-Michael Bates 4.92, third-Rian Conway 5.41, fourth-Trevin Fox 5.41, fifth-Collin Johnson 6.64, sixth-Tuck Johnson 7.03.
Trevin Fox steer wrestling.
Team Roping: first-Derrick Begay and Victor Begay 4.3, second-Blaine Red horse and James Begay Jr. 4.65, third-Dwight Sells and Myles John 4.83, fourth-Braydon Boyd and Leonard Williams Jr. 5.13, fifth-Leonard Williams Sr. and Brandon Ben 5.16, sixth-Travis Thom and Tad Williams 5.39, seventh-Leonard Williams Sr. and Leonard Williams Jr. 5.42, eighth-Brooks Dahozy and Casey Cummins 5.49.
Ladies Barrel Race: first-Sloan Andersen 17.829, second-Kaley Conway 17.935, third-Kate Valdez 17.96, fourth-Rocksie Marchand 17.961, fifth-Jareth Hale 18.063, sixth-Taniah Nez 18.144.
Ladies Breakaway: first-Faith Holyan 2.17, second-Any Eagleton 2.43, third-Danielle Lowman 2.61, fourth-Sloan Anderson 2.84, fifth-Heidi Cuny 2.98, sixth-Lizzie Boyd 3.26.
Lizzie Boyd in breakaway roping.
Sr. Team Roping: first-Carl Begay and Victor Begay 6.67, second-Arlen Armajo and Alfred Armajo Jr. 6.94, third-Leonard Williams Sr. and Spider Ramone 7.39, fourth-Britt Givens and Alfred Armajo Jr. 7.47, fifth-Bob Joseph and Cort Herrera 8.07, sixth-Rudy Blossom and Carl Johnson 8.40, seventh-Rudy Blossom and Norbert Gibson 8.72, eighth-Eric C Watson and Cort Herrera 8.73.
Sr. Breakaway: first-Britt Givens 2.22, second-Leon Monroe 2.74, third-Bob Joseph 2.79, fourth-Lee Tom 3.8, fifth-Victor Begay 3.96, sixth-Howard Begay 4.95.
Jr. Bulls: first-Dylan Bradford 66, second-Kasen Johnson 65, third-Chance Thomas 64, fourth-Ethan Marceau 63, fifth-Bud Hostler 61.
Jr. Barrel Race: first-Cloey Frazier 17.518, second-Kylie Gilbert 17.778, third-Ginger Cohea 17.957, fourth-Nyis Colliflower 17.985, fifth-Kaley Conway 18.116, sixth-Kali Young 18.29.
Jr. Breakaway: first-Brandon Ben 2.06, second-Dean Holyan 2.34, third-James Arviso 2.68, fourth-Mia Wilson 3.70, fifth-Gunner Plenty 5.18, sixth-Kermit Clary 6.00.