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St. Tite win moves Lambert to top


Joanna French, PR & Marketing Coordinator
Professional Bull Riders Canada
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St. Tite win moves Lambert to top

Zane Lambert (Westbourne, MB)CALGARY, Alberta (September 14, 2010) - Fan favourite and 2009 PBR World Finals Qualifier Zane Lambert (Westbourne, MB) won big at the Festival Western St. Tite Invitational, the 6th stop on elite Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Canadian Cup Series presented by Wrangler. Lambert went 3-for-3 on the weekend, finishing with 808.5 points and $6,848.03. 

In Round 1, Lambert covered French Connection (J Bar W Ranch) for 81 points followed by an 84 point ride on Twenty One (Chausse Bucking Bulls) in Round 2. Advancing to the Championship Round, Lambert finished the weekend riding Common Denominator (J Bar W Ranch) for 78 points. Lambert now has 5,813 National Standings points, moving him into first, 352 points ahead of three-time World Cup contender Tyler Thomson (Black Diamond, AB).

Strathmore, AB, rider Ty Patton finished second after staying on two of his three bulls, earning
$3,659.25. Ending the weekend in third, Dustin McMullen (Aylmer, ON) covered Big and Rich (Henderson Rodeo) for 84.5 points in the Round 1 andadded $3,450.15 to his season earnings. Rounding out the top five at the Festival Western St. Tite Invitational were 2008 PBR Canadian National Championship Aaron Roy (Yellow Grass, SK) and 2007 Canadian National Finals Event Champion Vince Northrop (Norquay, SK). Roy finished the weekend in fourth and took home a total of $2561.48, while Northrop claimed fifth and walked away $1,819.17.

Up Next 

The 7th Cup Series stop finds the best riders in Canada and the world headed to Lloydminster, SK, for the Lloydminster Invitational presented by SaskTel on Saturday, October 2 beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available now s
tarting at $20 and can be purchased in person at the Lloydminster Exhibition and Northern Factory Work Wear or by calling (306) 825-5571.

Stats: Festival Western St. Tite Invitational (Sept. 11-12, 2010)

Injury Report
No injuries to report

Overall Event Standings
Zane Lambert, Westbourne, MB. 808.5 points.
Ty Patton, Strathmore, AB. 583 points.
Dustin McMullen, Aylmer, ON. 424.5 points.
Aaron Roy, Yellow Grass, SK. 389 points.
Vince Northrop, Norquay, SK. 351.5 points.

Championship Round
1. Ty Patton, Strathmore, AB. 87 points, Party Time (Mark Reed).
2. Zane Lambert, Westbourne, MB. 78 points, Common Denominator (
J Bar W Ranch).

Round 2
1. Zane Lambert, Westbourne, MB. 84 points, Twenty One (Chausse Bucking Bulls).
    Aaron Roy, Yellow Grass, SK. 84 points, Wyatt Earp (Chausse Bucking Bulls).
2. Brent Klaus. 77.5 points, Warlock (Henderson Rodeo).

Round 1    
1. Dustin McMullen, Aylmer, ON. 84.5 points, Big and Rich (Henderson Rodeo).
2. Vince Northrop, Norquay, SK. 81.5 points, Collateral Damage (
J Bar W Ranch).


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