Eastern Professional Chariot & Chuckwagon Association
Tyler, his daughter Mercedes & son Jett live on a farm by Porcupine Plain. Tyler has raced for many years with the EPCCA and is a tough competitor. During the off season Tyler works driving equipment for Lutz Logging.
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Colt lives on a farm outside of Porcupine Plain, SK. He started racing in 2006 & quickly put his mark on the sport. He is no stranger to the winners circle. Colt breaks horses year round, and has broke many of the ones you will see on his outfit in the summer.
epcca board of directors
Shayne, his wife Jenna and daughters Aspen & Autumn live on a farm by Invermay, SK. Shayne started out doing gymkhana at a very young age. In fact, his first horse was a stick horse named jumpy. This cowboy is a third generation driver. Being brought up in a racing family, he took up driving as soon as he was old enough. Shayne started racing in 1998. I'm sure his Dad, Wayne, gave him many important tips on how to win a race. Shayne's sense of humor and quick wit keeps everyone of their toes, wondering what he will do or say next.
Kevin, his wife Lisa, and their children Shae Lynn, Erika, and Cody live on a farm near Bellevue Sk. He started racing chariots in 1996 and jumped into the wagon box the following season. Kevin is a second generation wagon driver following in the wagon tracks of his father Gilles, Kevin's brother Ben and nephew Brett also race with the EPCCA. Kevin is the logistics and operations coordinator for his sponsor Belle Pulses.
Chelsey, her husband, Travis & sons, Tuff, Rhett & Tucker, live on a farm near Saint Gregor, SK. She started racing in 2005 under the direction of her father, Wayne Salmond. Chelsey is currently a stay at home mom and fills her spare time with voluntary positions on numerous boards.