2004 Event Results

EL PASO, TEXAS January 24, 2004

Meat: 1st Castleman, 2nd Longtrack, 3rd 2 Circle G, 4th Palo Duro
Beans: 1st C - C, 2nd Cocklebur, 3rd Ericksdahl, 4th Quarter Circle KC
Bread: 1st B - S, 2nd Biscuit Flats, 3rd Longtrack, 4th Adamah
Potatoes: 1st Castleman, 2nd Quarter Circle KC, 3rd Break-Away, 4th Darsey
Dessert: 1st Palo Duro, 2nd C - C, 3rd R - D, 4th Cocklebur
Wagon: 1st B - S, 2nd Darsey, 3rd Wild Cow, 4th Uh-Oh
Overall: 1st C - C, 2nd Quarter Circle KC, 3rd Cocklebur, 4th Palo Duro
Traveled the farthest: 1st Castleman, 2nd R - D
There were 17 wagons present. The wagon judges were Chuck Lanham and James Stuart.
Is El Paso the richest cookoff around with a purse of $12,900

AUSTIN, TEXAS, March 13, 2004

Beans: 1st Ericksdahl, 2nd Robertson, 3rd Jewett Gap, 4th RodgersRanch (Emma & Phil Rodgers) Bread: 1st Gilbert, 2nd Cross D, 3rd Wagon Wheel C, 4th Longtrack Dessert: 1st Rafter 4T, 2nd Rodgers, 3rd Rocking T( Lonnie Tegler), 4th 7 - J (Gerry Self) Meat: 1st Gilbert, 2nd Rodgers, 3rd Scorpion Cattle Co.(Johnny Bowen), 4th Texas Cowboy Outfitters Potatoes: 1st Scorpion, 2nd Longtrack, 3rd Rodgers, 4th Rocking T Wagon: 1st Wagon Wheel C, 2nd B - S, 3rd Gilbert, 4th Break-Away Overall: 1st Gilbert, 2nd Rodgers, 3rd Break-Away, 4th Scorpion There were 23 wagons present. The wagon judges were Lyda Darsey, Lonnie Haller and Haven Snow

MERIDIAN, TEXAS Bosque County, March 20, 2004

Meat: 1st B - S, 2nd Cocklebur, 3rd REA Beans: 1st Break-Away, 2nd Jewett Gap, 3rd B - S Potatoes: 1st Robertson, 2nd Uh-Oh, 3rd Wagon Wheel C Bread: 1st Wagon Wheel C, 2nd Break-Away, 3rd Holden Wagon (Corky) Dessert: 1st 4M (Wade Morris), 2nd Robertson, 3rd Cocklebur Wagon: 1st Break-Away, 2nd Wagon Wheel C, 3rd B - S Overall: Robertson There were 17 wagons present. The wagon judges were Bill Hightower and Roger Lister

SCOTTSDALE, AZ March 18 - 21

The Saturday meal awards were as follows: Meat 1st Reddy Dow (CA.) 2nd Brown Dirt Cowboys 3rd Cowgirls (AZ) Potatoes (two three way ties in this category alone) 1st shared by Brown Dirt Cowboys and the Cowgirls 2nd Black Powder Grub (AZ) 3rd shared by Mad Maze and Biscuitflats Beans 1st Doc Lawrence (Colorado) 2nd Reddy Dow 3rd Manflo (CA) Dessert (another tie ? I guess they just couldn?t make up their minds) 1st shared by Biscuitflats and Brown Dirt Cowboys 2nd J.Q. wagon (Colorado) 3rd Mad Maze (Nevada) Most Authentic Wagon 1st Doc Lawrence 2nd Curly Q (Nevada) 3rd Biscuitflats The Overall best went to Reddy Dow and Furthest Traveled to Doc Lawrence. Sunday Breakfast awards - the Nevada wagons cleaned up. They must eat a lot of pancakes up there. Coffee 1st Reddy Dow 2nd Mad Maze Biscuits 1st Brown Dirt Cowboys 2nd Mad Maze Gravy 1st Curly Q 2nd Biscuitflats Pancakes 1st Curly Q 2nd Mad Maze Syrup 1st Mad Maze 2nd Curly Q Best Overall Breakfast-Mad Maze The Pace Cowboy cook off was held Friday and was open to all wagons entered. You had to use a Pace product in the preparation of the entry. Winners were 1st The Cowgirls 2nd Curly Q

MINERAL WELLS, TX April, 17, 2004

Meat: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Ought Zero Beans: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Allen Smith Potatoes: 1st Gilbert, 2nd R - D Bread: 1st Wagon Wheel C, 2nd Rodgers Dessert: 1st Rodgers, 2nd JL Cattle Wagon: 1st Goode, 2nd JL Overall: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Out Yonder (Gary Pool) There were 12 wagons present. The wagon judges were Morris Burk and Haven Snow

LOGAN, NM April 24, 2004

Meat: 1st B - S, 2nd Gayland Ward, 3rd Adamah, 4th Z Lazy T (Fred Van de Valde), 5th JS (Mark Stone)
Potatoes: 1st JS, 2nd Gayland Ward, 3rd Adamah, 4th Cocklebur, 5th B - S
Beans: 1st Adamah, 2nd B - S, 3rd JS, 4th Gayland Ward, 5th Z Lazy T
Biscuits: 1st B - S, 2nd Gayland Ward, 3rd Adamah, 4th JS, 5th Z Lazy T
Cobbler: 1st Cocklebur, 2nd Adamah, 3rd JS, 4th Gayland Ward, 5th Z Lazy T
Best Camp & Wagon: 1st B - S, 2nd Adamah, 3rd Gayland Ward
Overall: Adamah
There were 6 wagons present. The wagon judges were Chuck Lanham and Ken Romine

PARIS, TX April 24, 2004

Meat: 1st Moonlight Ranch, 2nd Break-Away, 3rd Longhorn Crew, 4th Two Dogs
Beans: 1st Walking X, 2nd Rodgers Ranch, 3rd Longhorn Crew, 4th Quarter Circle B
Potatoes: 1st Moonlight, 2nd 2H (Hester), 3rd Walking X, 4th Break-Away
Bread: 1st Quarter Circle B, 2nd Longhorn Crew, 3rd Two Dogs, 4th Rodgers
Dessert: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Jewett Gap, 3rd Break-Away, 4th Longhorn Crew
Wagon: 1st Break-Away, 2nd Jewett Gap, 3rd Two Dogs, 4th Moonlight
Overall: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Quarter Circle B, 3rd Break-Away, 4th Longhorn
There were nine wagons present. The wagon judges were Mike Colbert, R. B. Kerley and Charles Welchel.

BRECKENRIDGE, TX May 1, 2004

Meat: 1st Gilbert, 2nd Rocking K (Karleen McDougal), 3rd Wagonman (Bill Thompson), 4th JL, 5th Rodgers
Beans: 1st Ericksdahl, 2nd R - D, 3rd Rodgers, 4th REA, 5th El Vaquero (Victor Torres)
Potatoes: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Gilbert, 3rd Noble, 4th Apache Creek, 5th Wagonman
Bread: 1st Break-Away, 2nd Rocking K, 3rd R - D, 4th Noble, 5th Gilbert
Dessert: 1st Noble, 2nd Gilbert, 3rd Rocking K, 4th Rodgers, 5th Ericksdahl
Wagon: 1st Break-Away, 2nd Rocking K, 3rd Ming Bend, 4th Gilbert
Overall: 1st Gilbert, 2nd Noble, 3rd Break-Away, 4th Rodgers
Pot Wrassler: West Texas Rehab
Hospitality: Jewett Gap
Wild Card: Blue Sage
There were 17 wagons wagons present. The wagon judges were Lyda Darsey, James Stuart and Jerry Slaton.

DUNCAN, OK May 1, 2004

Meat 1st Wagon Wheel C, 2nd J-L, 3rd Ought Zero, 4th Indian Territory Outfitters, 5th Rafter Rockin R
Beans 1st Ought Zero, 2nd Wagon Wheel C, 3rd Bar Lazy A, 4th Rafter Rockin R, 5th J-L
Dessert 1st J-L, 2nd Wagon Wheel C, 3rd Rafter Rockin R, 4th Bar Lazy A, 5th Indian Territory Outfitters
Bread 1st Bar Lazy A, 2nd Wagon Wheel C, 3rd J-L, 4th Rafter Rockin R, 5th Ought Zero
Potatoes 1st Ought Zero, 2nd J-L, 3rd Indian Territory Outfitters, 4th Bar Lazy A, 5th Rafter Rockin R
Trail Wagon 1st J-L, 2nd Wagon Wheel C
Ranch Wagon 1st Rafter Rockin R 2nd Ought Zero
Best Overall 1st J-L, 2nd Wagon Wheel C
There were 6 wagons present. Wagon judges were Kent Rollins and Leon Autrey. Total prize money was $6000.Weather was terrible but a good time was had by all. Next year's cookoff will be on the same weekend.

ABILENE, TX May 8, 2004

Meat: 1. Wagon Wheel C 2. Breakaway 3. Ericksdall
Beans: 1. C-C 2. Walking X 3. Sanders Ranch
Bread: 1. Cocklebur Camp 2. C-C 3. Rocking C
Dessert 1. Ericksdahl 2. Broken Spur 3. Tony Sanders/Cotton Towers
Potatoes: 1. Robertson 2. Walking X 3. Wagon Wheel C
Wagon 1: Scorpion Cattle Co 2. Breakaway
Overall: 1. C-C 2. Robertson
The wagon judges were Roger Lister, Howard Rogers and Brawner Reed

WINFIELD, KS May 1, 2004

Meat: 1st Rushing Wagon, 2nd Cambridge CW, 3rd Studabaker CW, 4th Rockin' C
Beans: 1st Rushing, 2nd Shady F, 3rd Studabaker, 4th Cambridge
Dessert: 1st Studabaker, 2nd Rockin' C, 3rd Cambridge, 4th Rushing
Bread: 1st Studabaker, 2nd San Gabriel Pioneers, 3rd Rockin' C, 4th Rushing
Wagon: 1st Cambridge, 2nd Rushing, 3rd San Gabriel, 4th Rockin' C
Overall: 1st Rushing, 2nd Cambridge, 3rd Rockin' C
There were 7 wagons present. The wagon judges were Terry Poovey, Denny Wingate and Dean Keplinger.

GLADEWATER, TX June 5, 2004

Meat: 1st Wagon Wheel C, 2nd Rodgers, 3rd Bar E (Tom Elliott)
Beans: 1st Wagon Wheel C, 2nd Darsey, 3rd Rafter G
Potatoes: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Quarter Circle B, 3rd Darsey
Bread: 1st Darsey, 2nd Wagon Wheel C, 3rd Rodgers
Dessert: 1st Darsey, 2nd Rocking T, 3rd Goode
Wagon: 1st Wagon Wheel C, 2nd Darsey, 3rd Ought Zero
Overall: Darsey
There were 13 wagons present. The wagon judges were Jerry Baird, Aubrey Lenamon and Mickey Pillow.

AMARILLO, TX June 5, 2004

Bread: 1 C - C, 2 Ward, 3 Quien Sabe
Dessert: 1 C - C, 2 JA, 3 Tule
Beans: 1 Middleton, 2 Ekdahl, 3 X L
Potatoes: 1 Romines, 2 Ekdahl, 3 Rushing
Meat: 1 Rushing, 2 Hesse, 3 Bell
Wagon: 1 C - C, 2 Ward, 3 Hesse
Overall: 1 C - C, 2 Ekdahl, 3 JA, 4 Rushing, 5 Hesse, 6 Stuart, 7 Ward, 8 O'Brien, 9 Frying Pan, 10 LX
26 wagons present. Judges Don Johnson, Terry Birdwell, Richard Maulsby

Cheyenne, WY July 31, 2004

Meat: 1st Wyoming Nickel, 2nd Biscuitflats, 3rd Quarter Circle KC
Beans: 1st Wild Cow, 2nd Biscuitflats, 3rd Wyoming Nickel
Potatoes: 1st Wild Cow, 2nd B - S, 3rd Biscuitflats
Bread: 1st Break-Away, 2nd Quarter Circle KC, 3rd B - S
Dessert: 1st Wild Cow, 2nd Soup Bone (Butch Dohmann), 3rd Break-Away
Wagon: 1st B - S, 2nd (paid 2 seconds) Break-Away and Quarter Circle KC, 3rd Curly Cue
Overall: Wild Cow
Pace Contest: 1st Break-Away, 2nd Honey-Do Spoilers
Furtherest traveled: Soup Bone 1273 miles
There were 10 wagons present. The wagon judges were Sam Amberson, Randy Calhoun and Chuck Lanham.

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