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Unassuming and modest and one of the most likeable individuals that you'd ever meet, Joe was born January 3rd, at Williams Meadow, Gang Ranch, BC.
Raised on a ranch in Alberta, Dude and Art came to BC to pursue their dreams, build their ranch and raise their families in the Cariboo. He has also been known to write a little cowboy poetry in his spare time.
He worked for a lot of recognized ranchers over the years and finally bought his own place in and in he went to work as the Provincial Brand Inspector.
He competed in the very first Calgary Stampede, as well as other rodeos all over the west.
He became the Canadian Champion in both these events - one of only two cowboys to do so! Fred bought the Mile Ranch inthen a ranch on Enterprise in Helen was born on her parent's ranch at Upper Hat Creek.
There never was a cowboy with whom he worked, that did not respect his abilities.
He also rode pickup for a stock contractor. He is respected as one of the best horsemen in BC.
In the early s, Bill went to work for the Ministry of Agriculture. He has spent most of his life in the saddle. His next move was to Barriere where he set up his own training stable.
If he wasn't entered you could find him behind the chutes or in the arena picking up bronc riders. His next job was as foreman on the Walhachin Ranch where they used to drive head to summer range at X-J Cow Camp a 4 day trip.
Ernest Haughton loved the ranch life and will be long remembered for his contributions. Peggy adapted well to farm life, the large gardens, doing preserves for winter, and cooking for hired help. On leaving school Red worked for the Harper Ranch, 57 Mile Ranch, and spent a short stint in the army.
Over the years Bud has made about saddles.