Randall Stanley

Driver

Randall started outriding at the age of 14 for his uncle George. His most memorable moment was at the age of 15 outriding for Edgar Baptiste when he won the Coronation Elks Rodeo.

  • Birthday
    December 18, 1972
  • Hometown
    Meadow Lake, SK
  • Rookie Year
    2019

STANDINGS

Year CPCA Standing
2019 24th
2018
2017

HIGHLIGHTS

Year Standing

ABOUT

Randall started outriding at the age of 14 for his uncle George.  His most memorable moment was at the age of 15 outriding for Edgar Baptiste when he won the Coronation Elks Rodeo.

Rookie Year: 2019

Favourite Meal: Breakfast.

What is on your playlist right now: I enjoy all types of music.

How did you get into Chuckwagon Racing: I started outriding at the age of 14 for my Uncle George Stanley and continued to outride off and on for numerous other drivers until I was 39 years old. In 2019 I was given the opportunity to travel and drive a hook with my late brother Kirby Stanley and DJ King.

Most Memorable Chuckwagon Racing Moment: Being a new driver, my most memorable moment was my first official race for CPCA in North Battleford Sk.

Favourite thing about Chuckwagon Racing: I love the adrenaline rush having control of four horses racing on the track.

Biggest Influence in the Sport: My family and close friends have been an influence in my decision to race. However, my late brother Kirby kept pushing me to follow those dreams and not to give up.

What is your primary goal for the upcoming season: To keep my horses healthy and happy and to be penalty free.

What do you do for work and in the offseason:  Truck driver.

Who are the unsung heroes in your barn and biggest help: The horses in my barn are the reason I am able to follow my dreams. My wife who keeps everything organized and my close friend Dean who enjoys the early morning feedings.

What’s your favourite winter sport to watch? Who’s your team: Hockey and Edmonton Oilers.

Tell us about your family: My wife Tanya and I have two adult children, Shaye and Tanner.