about the WCA

In 2001 (?) the WPCA decided to discontinue their second circuit for amateur drivers. There was alot of horses left wanting to work and drivers left without the opportunity to compete. Dean Dreger and ............................ to organize a club to give these teams a home.  With the hard work of volunteers and generous sponsors, they were able to keep shows going year after year. 

MORE HISTORY.... ask Dean for more of the story and embellish it beautifully.

GMC became the major sponsor of the WCA in 20.... and have been amazing to work each year. (Expand on their involvement). Over the years, many sponsors have participated in the Tarp Auction.........................expand.


In 2008 (?), the club was officially registered as a non-profit organization. It has grown to include approximately 19 (?)  chuckwagon teams  - numbers fluctuating yearly, and six chariot teams. Drivers range in age from .... to ....., showing that this is a sport that spans the ages and can interest anyone.  The horses are retired purebred race horses that aren't ready to give up on the glory yet, so you can expect to see exciting speed and agility from these equine athletes.

The WCA has a nine stop circuit at the following events:

  • Grande Prairie Stompede

  • Boots & Moccasins Pow Wow

  • Woodlands Whitecourt Rodeo

  • Rio Grande Rodeo

  • Rycroft "Race the 8" Chuckwagon Races

  • Teepee Creek Stampede

  • Manning Rodeo

  • Grimshaw Stampede

  • Dawson Creek Exhibition

Add any additional information to bring history up to today and wrap it up.. Also make sure what i wrote is actually true haha.