VIDEO: The 94th annual Chilliwack Plowing Match breaks ground

The 94th annual Chilliwack Plowing Match took place under sunny skies near Rosedale on Saturday.

Ken Bates of Delta competes in the Sulky/Riding Plow portion of the 94th Chilliwack Plowing Match on Saturday.



The 94th annual Chilliwack Plowing Match took place under sunny skies near Rosedale on Saturday.

The event drew hundreds of spectators, who came out to see a piece of Chilliwack’s history.

Participants competed in both draft horse categories and tractor.

Here are the results:

Draft horse:

Open Walking Plow:

1.       Dugan Montjoy  from Lillooet with 78 total points , plus Best Finish

2.       Adam Degenstein from Armstrong with 75 total points , plus Best Crown and Best Going Team

3.       Phil Rogers from Lillooet with 61 points

Sulky/Riding Plow:

1.       Ken Bates from Delta with 59 total points , plus Best Decorated Team

Horse Walking Plow

1. Dugan Montjoy         Lilloet

2. Adam Degenstein     Armstrong

3. Phil Rodgers              Lytton

Horse Sulky Plow

1. Ken Bates                  Ladner

Tractor:

Antique Tractor

1. Brent Holcik              Chilliwack

2. Gerry Norrish            Chilliwack

3. Dave Barker               Cawston

Open Tractor

1. Al Pearson                 Kelowna

Mayors Class

1. Chris  Kloot               Chilliwack

2. John Vanlaerhoven    Agassiz

BC Reversible Championships

1. Francis Sache           Rosedale

BC Conventional Championship

1. Pierre Sache             Rosedale

2. Philip Graham          Abbotsford

3. Mike Strotmann       Salmon Arm

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