Teebar first, then the USA
Dallarnil rider eyes world championships
RODEO: There was no rest for Dallarnil’s Clayton Carlson as he prepared to fly to America.
On Saturday at Teebar he was placed fourth in the steer ride before the family hit the road for another event in Rockhampton .
The Biggenden State School student flew out of Brisbane yesterday with his dad, Tony, for 10 days of competition in the National Junior High world championships in Huron, South Dakota.
At Teebar, Burnett riders dominated with Mt Perry’s Peter Wallace winning the open, Biggenden’s Sharon Lohse the maiden, and Gayndah’s Teagan Driver, the junior.
RIDEM COWBOY: Clayton Carlson's ride in the steer ride took out fourth place at Saturday's Teebar rodeo.