2011 Event Results

Ellensburg, WA Pigeon Forge, TN Hondo, TX Boerne, TX Cartersville, GA
Scottsdale, AZ Helotes, TX Lampasas, TX Breckenridge, TX Clovis, NM
Abilene, TX Fort Sisseton, SD Stevensville, MT Pipestone, MN Stamford, TX
Colorado Springs, CO Colorado Springs, CO Cheyenne, WY Durango, CO Westcliffe, CO
Lubbock, TX Weatherford, TX Clarendon, TX Ruidoso, NM Llano, TX
Davis, OK Ft. Worth, TX Woodward, OK Phoenix, AZ

Spirit of the West, February 18-20, Ellensburg, WA

MEAT: Rocking RO
BEANS: Longhorn Cattle Co.
POTATOES: Paradise Rose
BREAD: Paradise Rose
DESSERT: Longhorn Cattle Co.
WAGON: Longhorn Cattle Co.
OVERALL: Longhorn Cattle Co.
There were four wagon competing. The wagon judge was Bob Ottmar.
Sunday-People's Choice
FOOD: Longhorn Cattle Co.
WAGON: Paradise Rose
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Saddle Up's Buckaroo Roundup, February 24-26, Pigeon Forge, TN

MEAT: 1st Broken Arrow, 2nd Grumpy’s Grub, 3rd Ramblin’ Rose
BEANS: 1st Grumpy’s Grub, 2nd Double X, 3rd Ramblin’ Rose
BREAD: 1st Ramblin’ Rose, 2nd Grumpy’s Grub, 3rd Fairplay Cattle Co.
POTATOES: 1st Ramblin’ Rose, 2ns Grumpy’s Grub, 3rd Fairplay
DESSERT: 1st Ramblin’ Rose, 2nd Broken Arrow, 3rd Grumpy’s Grub
WAGON: 1st Grumpy’s Grub, 2nd Ramblin’ Rose, 3rd Fairplay
OVERALL: Ramblin' Rose
There were 6 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Clint Small and Norris Jones.
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Cowboy Country Roundup, February 26, Hondo, TX

MEAT: 1st (tie) Break Away & Rocking B, 3rd Calk
BEANS: 1st Bear Creek, 2nd Rocking B, 3rd Diamond S
BREAD: 1st Break Away, 2nd (tie) Diamond S & M - S
POTATOES: 1st (tie) M - S & Rodgers, 3rd (tie) Bear Creek & Break Away
PEACH COBBLER: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Calk, 3rd Bear Creek
WAGON: 1st Break Away, 2nd Calk, 3rd Rafter TS
OVERALL: 1st (tie) Bear Creek & Break Away, 3rd Calk
The 'Best Grub' custom cutting board went to Bear Creek for the top cumulative food score.
There were 10 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Gerry Self and Phil Phillips.
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Boerne, TX, March 5

MEAT: 1st Bear Creek, 2nd Mesquite Flatts, 3rd Ranch 22, 4th Rocking K
BEANS: 1st M - S, 2nd Rocking K, 3rd Bear Creek, 4th Circle D
POTATOES: 1st Bear Creek, 2nd Mesquite Flatts, 3rd Goode, 4th Diamond S
BREAD: 1st Rocking K, 2nd Rocking 12+, 3rd Break Away, 4th Ranch 22
DESSERT: 1st Rockin' B, 2nd Mesquite Flatts, 3rd Rocking K, 4th Block Y
WAGON: 1st Break Away, 2nd Moreland Wagon Shop, 3rd Rocking K, 4th M - S
OVERALL: 1st Rocking K, 2nd (tie broken by wagon score) Bear Creek and Mesquite Flatts, 4th Break Away
There were 18 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Aubrey Lenamon and Gerry Self.
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Southeast Chuck Wagon Championship, March 12, Cartersville, GA

MEAT: 1st Etowah, 2nd Ramblin' Rose, 3rd Choccolocco
BEANS: 1st Grumpy's Grub, 2nd Fairplay, 3rd Cow Camp
POTATOES: 1st Fairplay, 2nd Choccolocco, 3rd Double X
BREAD: 1st Fairplay, 2nd Cow Camp, 3rd Choccolocco
DESSERT: 1st Choccolocco, 2nd Double X, 3rd Grumpy's Grub
WAGON: 1st Ramblin' Rose, 2nd Cow Camp, 3rd Fairplay
OVERALL: 1st Fairplay, 2nd Cow Camp, 3rd Double X
There were 7 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Buck Hames, Dr. Robert Taff and Lionel York.
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Festival of the West, March 16-20, Scottsdale, AZ

Thursday Stew and Biscuits: 1st-Cowgirls Forever;2nd-Lizzie II
Saturday Lunch:
Meat: 1st-Buzzards Circle'N; 2nd-Cowgirls Forever; 3rd-Break-Away
Bread: 1st-Break-Away; 2nd-Brown Dirt Cowboys; 3rd-Cowgirls Forever
Beans: 1st - Brown Dirt Cowboys; 2nd-Curley Que; 3rd-Rockin Double RR
Potatoes: 1st-Curley Que; 2nd-Brown Dirt Cowboys; 3rd-Rockin Double RR
Dessert: 1st-Lizzie II; 2nd-Rockin Double RR; 3rd-Buzzards Circle'N
Best Overall meal: Break-Away
Sunday Beef, Bread & Beans:
Meat: 1st-Cowgirls Forever; 2nd-Cannon Family; 3rd-Break-Away
Bread: 1st-Curley Que; 2nd-Cowgirls Forever; 3rd-Break-Away
Beans: 1st-Gummers Camp; 2nd-Biscuitflats; 3rd-Cowgirls Forever
Best Overall Meal: Cowgirls Forever
Trail Wagon: 1st-Buzzards Circle'N; 2nd-Curley Que; 3rd-Gummer's Camp
Ranch Wagon: 1st-Manflo; 2nd-Biscuitflats; 3rd-Cowgirls Forever
Eleven wagons participated.
Wagon Judges: John Sullivan, Mary Helen Hatch, Richard Newkirk.
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Helotes, TX, April 1-3, Helotes, TX

MEAT: 1st Diamond S, 2nd Rocking B, 3rd Hawk's Nest
BEANS: 1st Diamond S, 2nd Texas Stampede, 3rd Rocking B
POTATOES: 1st Diamond S, 2nd Texas Stampede, 3rd R - D
BREAD: 1st Bertie Belle, 2nd R - D, 3rd Texas Stampede
DESSERT: 1st Hawk's Nest, 2nd Bertie Belle, 3rd Texas Stampede
WAGON: 1st Texas Stampede, 2nd Diamond S, 3rd Hawk's Nest
OVERALL: Diamond S
There were 6 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Tom Watson and Debbie Watson.
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Sulphur Creek Cooks' Challenge, April 1-3, Lampasas, TX

MEAT: 1st Scorpion (with Pork) 2nd Bear Creek, 3rd Mesquite Flatts, 4th Shadow Peak, 5th 3 C's, 6th M-S
BEANS: 1st M-S, 2nd Scorpion, 3rd Ranch 22, 4th 3 C's, 5th Break Away, 6th Bear Creek
POTATOES: Bear Creek, 2nd Ranch 22, 3rd Mesquite Flatts, 4th Break Away, 5th M-S, 6th Rodgers Ranch
BREAD: 1st M-S, 2nd Break Away, 3rd Shadow Peak, 4th Rodgers Ranch, 5th Ranch 22, 6th C 4 B
DESSERT: 1st Rodgers Ranch, 2nd Shadow Peak, 3rd 3 C's, 4th Break Away, 5th Scorpion, 6th Mesquite Flatts
WAGON: 1st Break Away, 2nd C 4 B, 3rd Mesquite Flatts, 4th Scorpion, 5th Shadow Peak, 6th M-S
OVERALL: BreakAway, 2nd C 4 B, 3rd Shadow Peak, 4th Mesquite Flatts, 5th Scorpion, 6th Bear Creek
There were 10 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Mike Colbert and Farris Hightower.
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Bob Drake Memorial Cook Off, May 6-7, Breckenridge, TX

MEAT: 1st JL Cattle Co., 2nd Hondo Canyon, 3rd C4B, 4th Scorpion, 5th R - D
BEANS: 1st Rodgers, 2nd R - D, 3rd C4B, 4th Hondo Canyon, 5th Break Away
POTATOES: 1st Hondo Canyon, 2nd Scorpion, 3rd Gilbert 2B, 4th Pinto Creek, 5th Hester Wagon
BREAD: 1st Break Away, 2nd Rodgers, 3rd JL Cattle, 4th C4B, 5th Gilbert 2B
DESSERT: 1st Scorpion, 2nd Rodgers, 3rd C4B, 4th Hester, 5th Pinto Creek
WAGON: 1st Scorpion, 2nd Break Away, 3rd C4B, 4th Gilbert 2B
OVERALL: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Scorpion, 3rd C4B, 4th Break Away
Pot Wrestler: Scorpion
Hospitality: Berry 2B
Wildcard: JL Cattle
There were 13 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Tommy Martin and Mike Stein.
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Duke of the Dutch Oven, Clovis, NM, May 7, 2011

Chicken-fried Steak: 1st Rising W, 2nd Cannon Air Commando Wagon, 3rd Calk Wagon, 4th Jackson Ranch
Potatoes: 1st C - C, 2nd Grubelnik, 3rd Rising W, 4th Calk
Cobbler: 1st Rising W, 2nd Maulsby Angus Wagon, 3rd W Lazy S, 4th C - C
Biscuits: 1st C - C, 2nd Lizzie II, 3rd Rising W, 4th W Lazy S
Beans: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Cannon Air Commando, 3rd C - C, 4th Calk
Gravy: 1st A Painted View Wagon, 2nd Calk, 3rd Grubelnik, 4th Rising W
Overall: 1st Rising W, 2nd C - C, 3rd Grubelnik, 4th Calk
Wagons were not judged
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Western Heritage Classic, Abilene, TX, May 13,14, 2011

MEAT: 1st Rocking K, 2nd Break Away, 3rd 3C, West Texas Rehab, 5th Robertson
BEANS: 1st Robertson, 2nd Break Away, 3rd Texas Stampede, 4th Mesquite Flatts, 5th Cowboy Heritage Church
BREAD: 1st Rocking K, 2nd Break Away, 3rd Brushy Creek Cowboy Church, 4th Texas Stampede, 5th West Texas Rehab
POTATOES: 1st Break Away, 2nd Rocking K, 3rd Mesquite Flatts, 4th Broken Spur, 5th Cowboy Heritage Church
DESSERT: 1st Rocking K, 2nd Brushy Creek Cowboy Church, 3rd Texas Stampede, 4th West Texas Rehab, 5th Broken Spur
WAGON: 1st Mesquite Flatts, 2nd Break Away, 3rd Scorpion, 4th Robertson, 5th Rocking K
OVERALL: 1st Rocking K, 2nd Break Away, 3rd Mesquite Flatts, 4th Texas Stampede, 5th Robertson
There were 15 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Bill Beazley, Billy Bowan and Michael Stein.
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Fort Sisseton, SD,June 4,5, 2011

MEAT: 1st Sweet Sally Sue/Bob Glanzer & Crew, 2nd tie Lost Creek/Hallson's and Prairie Sky/Prairie Rose, 3rd DT Wagon/Patrick's
BEANS: 1st DT Wagon, 2nd Prairie Sky/Prairie Rose, 3rd Sweet Sally Sue
BREAD: 1st DT Wagon, 2nd Sweet Sally Sue, 3rd Prairie Sky/Prairie Rose
POTATOES: 1st Sweet Sally Sue, 2nd Prairie Sky/Prairie Rose, 3rd DT Wagon
DESSERT: 1st Lost Creek, 2nd Prairie Sky/Prairie Rose, 3rd Sweet Sally Sue
WAGON: 1st DT Wagon, 2nd Lost Creek, 3rd Prairie Sky/Prairie Rose
YOUTH COOKOFF-APPLE CRISP:
Overall winners were Cloe & Cole cooking with the DT Wagon.
Runners-up: Haley cooking with Prairie Sky/Prairie Rose and Lexi & Ben cooking with Lost Creek.
For the first time in Fort history, four period correct cowboy chuck wagons rolled onto the grounds and set up their camps.
The wagon judges were Jon Moeller, Bill Negg and Carroll Pirmantgen.
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Western Heritage Days, Stevensville, MT, June 17,18, 2011

MEAT: 1st Quarter Circle HO, 2nd Never Sweat Ranch, 3rd Creekhouse Chuck Wagon
BEANS: 1st Creekhouse, 2nd Never Sweat, 3rd Quarter Circle HO
BREAD: 1st Quarter Circle HO, 2nd Never Sweat, 3rd Creekhouse
POTATOES: 1st Never Sweat, 2nd Quarter Circle HO, 3rd Creekhouse
DESSERT: 1st Creekhouse, 2nd Never Sweat, 3rd Quarter Circle HO
WAGON: 1st Quarter Circle HO, 2nd Never Sweat, 3rd Creekhouse
OVERALL: Quarter Circle HO
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Pipestone, MN,June 25, 2011

MEAT: 1st DT, 2nd Flying Star, 3rd Lazy A
BEANS: 1st Lost Creek, 2nd Lazy A, 3rd Flying Star
BREAD: 1st Lost Creek, 2nd DT, 3rd Lazy A
POTATOES: 1st DT, 2nd Flying Star, 3rd Lazy A
DESSERT: 1st DT, 2nd Lazy A, 3rd Flying Star
WAGON: 1st (tie) DT and Lost Creek, 3rd Lazy A
YOUTH COOKOFF-APPLE CRISP:
Winner: Cole who cooked with the D T wagon. Runners-up were Emma, Cloe and Andrew.
There were 4 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Leroy Gorter and Allen Gilmore.
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Stamford, TX, 2011

MEAT: 1st BreakAway, 2nd Broken Spur, 3rd SMS, 4th West Texas Rehab
BEANS: 1st BreakAway, 2nd Broken Spur,3rd SMS, 4th West Texas Rehab
BREAD: 1st BreakAway, 2nd Broken Spur,3rd (tie) SMS and West Texas Rehab
POTATOES: 1st Broken Spur, 2nd BreakAway,3rd SMS, 4th West Texas Rehab
DESSERT: 1st Broken Spur, 2nd BreakAway, 3rd SMS, 4th West Texas Rehab
WAGON: 1st BreakAway, 2nd Broken Spur,3rd SMS, 4th West Texas Rehab
OVERALL: 1st BreakAway, 2nd Broken Spur,3rd SMS, 4th West Texas Rehab
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Colorado Springs, CO, July 1-2, 2011, Ride for the Brand

MEAT: 1st Withers Ranch, 2nd Salt works Ranch, 3rd Heart Bar
BEANS: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd (tie) Heart Bar & Salt Works
BREAD: 1st Withers, 2nd Grubelnik, 3rd Salt Works
DESSERT: 1st (tie) Withers & A Painted View Ranch, 3rd Heart Bar
WAGON: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Withers, 3rd Heart Bar
OVERALL: 1st Withers, 2nd Grubelnik, 3rd (tie) Heart Bar & Salt Works
There were 5 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Cy Cybil, Rusty Phelps and Mike Tompkins.
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Colorado Springs, CO, July 15-16, 2011, Pike Peak or Bust

MEAT: 1st Diamond S, 2nd Lizzie II, 3rd Heart Bar
People's Choice for beef: Diamond S
BEANS: 1st Withers, 2nd Heart Bar, 3rd Solano
BREAD: 1st Diamond S, 2nd Solano, 3rd Heart Bar
DESSERT: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Lizzie II, 3rd Withers
WAGON: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Rocking RR,3rd Heart Bar
OVERALL: 1st Grubelnik 2nd Diamond S, 3rd Heart Bar
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Cheyenne, WY, July 29 - 30, 2011

Youth Cook Off, July 29
Meat: 1st Drake Tolbert, 2nd Mackenzie Kelly, 3rd Morgan Kelly
Dessert: 1st Josh Cox, 2nd Morgan Kelly, 3rd Dillon Robertson
Chuck Wagon competition
MEAT: 1st Quarter Circle HO, 2nd Curly Cue, 3rd Honey Do Spoiler
POTATOES: 1st Honey Do Spoiler, 2nd Soupbone/Wishbone, 3rd Quarter Circle HO
BEANS: 1st Curly Cue, 2nd Soupbone/Wishbone, 3rd DT
BREAD: 1st Quarter Circle HO, 2nd Soupbone/Wishbone, 3rd DT
DESSERT: 1st Honey Do Spoiler, 2nd Quarter Circle HO, 3rd Soupbone/Wishbone
WAGON: 1st DT, 2nd Curly Cue,3rd Soupbone/Wishbone
OVERALL: 1st Quarter Circle HO, 2nd Soupbone/Wishbone, 3rd Honey Do Spoiler
There were 7 wagons competing. Wagon judges were Sam Amberson, Bob Sparks and Nancy Sparks.
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Durango, CO, July 30, 2011, LaPlata-Archuleta Cattlemen's Assn.

MEAT: 1st Poverty Flats, 2nd Rocking W, 3rd Canyon Trails
POTATOES: 1st Poverty Flats, 2nd Rocking W, 3rd Family Affair Farms
BEANS: 1st Rocking W, 2nd Canyon Trails, 3rd Four Corners
BREAD: 1st Rafter 76, 2nd Rocking W, 3rd Family Affair
DESSERT: 1st Poverty Flats, 2nd Rocking W, 3rd Four Corners
WAGON: 1st Canyon Trails, 2nd Four Corners, 3rd Rocking W
OVERALL: 1st Rocking W, 2nd Poverty Flats, 3rd Canyon Trails
There were 6 wagons competing. The wagon judges were Tim Cantebuy, Jim Moorehouse and Tom Burto.
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Westcliffe, CO, August 13, 2011, Sangre de Cristo

MEAT: Westcliffe Super Market, 2nd Grubelnik, 3rd Painted View & Stermers
POTATOES: Grubelnik, 2nd Westcliffe Super Market, 3rd Painted View & Stermers
BEANS: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Westcliffe Super Market, 3rd Painted View & Stermers
BREAD: Grubelnik, 2nd Westcliffe Super Market, 3rd Painted View & Stermers
DESSERT: 1st Westcliffe Super Market, 2nd Painted View & Stermers, 3rd Grubelnik
OVERALL: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Westcliffe Super Market, 3rd Painted View & Stermers
There were 3 wagons competing. The wagons were not judged.
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Lubbock, TX, September 8-11, 2011, National Cowboy Symposium and Celebration

MEAT: 1st JS, 2nd Quarter Circle KC, 3rd C4B, 4th Palo Duro Cowboy Church
POTATOES: 1st Sulphur Draw, 2nd Hawk’s Nest, 3rd Z Lazy T, 4th Palo Duro Cowboy Church
BEANS: 1st Cocklebur, 2nd Shadow Peak, 3rd Rising W, 4th Circle Dot
BREAD: Robertson, 2nd Rafter R, 3rd Rafter MB, 4th Block Y
DESSERT: Palo Duro, 2nd Texas Stampede, 3rd Circle F, 4th Quarter Circle KC
OVERALL COOKING: Robertson, 2nd Palo Duro, 3rd Circle F, 4th JS, 5th Rafter R, 6th Quarter Circle KC
RANCH WAGON:1st C4B, 2nd Circle Dot, 3rd JS, 4th Hawk’s Nest
Ranch wagon judges were Robert Borella and Ronnie Sexton.
TRAIL WAGON: 1st Quarter Circle KC, 2nd Circle F, 3rd Robertson, 4th Sulphur Draw
Trail wagon judges were Don Johnson and Robert Kirk.
There were 21 wagons competing.
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Weatherford, TX, September 16, 2011, Parker County Sheriff's Posse

MEAT: 1st Coyote Creek, 2nd Grubelnik, 3rd Hondo Canyon
POTATOES: 1st Weatherford Cowboy Church, 2nd Coyote Creek, 3rd 2H
BEANS: 1st 2 H, 2nd Hondo Canyon, 3rd Weatherford Cowboy Church
BREAD: 1st Hondo Canyon, 2nd Coyote Creek, 3rd 2 H Wagon
DESSERT: 1st MO, 2nd Breakaway, 3rd Hondo Canyon
OVERALL: Hondo Canyon
WAGON: Pinto Creek
Wagon judges were Jamie McClain and Marice Caufman. There were 9 wagons competing.
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Clarendon, TX, September 23-24, 2011, Col. Charles Goodnight Chuckwagon Cookoff

YOUTH COOKOFF
There were 10 entries in the youth cookoff on Friday. They cooked potatoes.
1st Place - Emily Johnson cooking with C4B
2nd Place - Jon David Seal cooking with CO Ranch
3rd Place - Cire Jauregui cooking with Honey Do Spoiler
WAGON COOKOFF
MEAT: 1st McFall Wagon, 2nd HX, 3rd Grubelnik, 4th Quarter Circle KC
POTATOES: 1st Wagon Rangers, 2nd CO Ranch, 3rd HX, 4th C bar C
BEANS: 1st Cross Wagon, 2nd Quarter Circle KC, 3rd J bar D, 4th T Half Circle
BREAD: 1st Wagon Rangers, 2nd C4B, 3rd Rising W, 4th C bar C
DESSERT: 1st C bar C, 2nd C4B 3rd Rising W, 4th HX
OVERALL COOKING: 1st C bar C, 2nd HX, 3rd Wagon Rangers, 4th C4B
WAGON and CAMP: 1st C4B, 2nd Wagon Rangers, 3rd J bar D, 4th Quarter Circle KC
OVERALL: C bar C
Wagons were judged by Cutter Stapleton, Jim Walters and Dale Grubelnik. There were 15 wagons competing.
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Ruidoso, NM, October 7-9, 2011, Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium

MEAT: 1st JL Cattle Co., 2nd Calk-Clark, 3rd Cocklebur, 4th Circle F, 5th Rodgers
POTATOES: 1st Circle F, 2nd Lizzie II, 3rd Curly Cue, 4th Break-Away, 5th Rocking T
BEANS: 1st Circle F, 2nd Rocking P, 3rd Curly Cue, 4th Calk-Clark, 5th Rodgers
BREAD: 1st Curly Cue, 2nd JL Cattle Co., 3rd Rocking K, 4th Robertson, 5th Circle F
DESSERT: 1st Rocking K, 2nd Diamond A, 3rd Rodgers, 4th Cocklebur, 5th Bar D
TRAIL WAGON: 1st Curly Cue, 2nd Break-Away, 3rd Honey Do Spoiler, 4th Moreland Wagon Shop
RANCH WAGON: 1st (tie) Circle F & Rocking K, 3rd(tie) Cocklebur & Rocking T
OVERALL: 1st Circle F, 2nd Rodgers, 3rd Rocking K, 4th (tie) JL Cattle Co. & Lizzie II
Sunday Morning Biscuits
1st Lizzie II, 2nd Cocklebur, 3rd Circle F, 4th Calk-Clark
Distance
1st Rocking T, 2nd Curly Cue, 3rd Rodgers
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Llano, TX, October 15-16, 2011, Llano River Chuck Wagon Cookoff

MEAT: 1st M-S, 2nd Crossroads, 3rd Rocking B, 4th Ranch 22
POTATOES: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Rodgers, 3rd Bear Creek, 4th Crossroads
BEANS: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Crossroads, 3rd Texas Stampede, 4th Hawk's Nest
BREAD: 1st Rodgers, 2nd Grubelnik, 3rd R-D, 4th Texas Stampede
DESSERT: 1st Crossroads, 2nd Ranch 22, 3rd Texas Stampede, 4th Rodgers
WAGON: 1st Bear Creek, 2nd M-S, 3rd Grubelnik, 4th Texas Stampede
OVERALL: 1st Grubelnik, 2nd Crossroads
Wagon judges were Aubrey Lenamon and Gerry Self. There were 12 wagons competing.
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Davis, OK, October 1-2, 2011

STEAK: Red River, Kent Rollins
BREAD: Cross Timber, Jack Ramey
BEANS: Circle L, Leslie Locke
SPUDS: Cross Wagon, Rick Kinsey
DESSERT: Big Pasture, Larry Friesen
WAGON & CAMP: Circle L
Wagon judges were People's Choice, Jet McCoy and local business owners. There were 5 wagons competing.
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Ft. Worth, TX, October, 2011, Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering

MEAT: 1st Henry Jennings Wagon, 2nd Homer Robertson Wagon, 3rd Gilbert 2B
DESSERT: 1st Out Yonder; 2nd (TIE) Gilbert 2B, Henry Jennings, Glenn Moreland, Block Y; 3rd (TIE) Homer Robertson, Sulphur Draw
BREAD: 1st (TIE) Sulphur Draw, Gilbert 2B; 2nd (TIE) Rocking T, Homer Robertson, Henry Jennings; 3rd (TIE) Hester Wagon, MR Chuck Wagon, Ought Zero
BEANS: 1st Glenn Moreland; 2nd (TIE) Robertson, Sulphur Draw, Henry Jennings; 3rd Gilbert 2B
OVERALL: 1st Homer Robertson Wagon, 2nd Henry Jennings Wagon
20 wagons participated.
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Woodward, OK, July 23-24, 2011, Oklahoma State Championship

MEAT: 1st Flying J, 2nd Rafter JB, 3rd C-C
BEANS: 1st Texas Stampede, 2nd Big Pasture, 3rd C4B
BREAD: 1st C4B, 2nd Flying J, 3rd (tie)C-C and Circle L
DESSERT: 1st Flying J, 2nd Texas Stampede, 3rd Diamond W
WAGON: 1st Flying J, 2nd Big Pasture, 3rd (tie) Rafter JB and C4B
OVERALL: Flying J There were 11 wagons present. Wagon judges were Levi Rutledge, Curly Arthaud, Dennis Nail and Henry Jennings
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Phoenix, AZ, December 31, 2011, Arizona National Livestock Show

MEAT: 1st Bar-B, 2nd (tie)Manflo Ranch and Cowgirls Forever
BEANS: 1st Gummers Camp, 2nd Arizona Sharp Shooters, 3rd Cannon Family
POTATOES: 1st (tie)Cowgirls Forever and Biscuitflats, 3rd Bar-B BREAD: 1st Biscuitflats, 2nd Arizona Sharpshooters, 3rd Rockin' RR
COBBLER: 1st (tie)Rockin' RR and Cannon Family, 3rd Black Powder Grub
Charlie Goodnight Award went to Manflo Ranch
TRAIL WAGON: Rockin' RR
RANCH WAGON: Cowgirls Forever OVERALL: Biscuitflats There were 10 wagon competing. The wagon judges were Jim Steinhoff and Dave Parks.
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