Western Chuckwagon Association



      Grande Prairie Stompede, May 30-June 3, 2018, Wed-Sunday





Brian Lewis

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Brian is a 40 year+ veteran of chuckwagon racing with an extensive number of Awards and wins to his name. He has inspired many to both join and follow the sport. You can always find a lot of Lewis fans in any grandstand. He is an assertive driver that knows what he is doing on the track. This provides for some real exciting racing for the fans. He is full of energy and often runs 2 hooks but despite this extra work load, he consistently maintains his position in the standings. Brian takes great pride in finding horses overlooked by other drivers and turning them into a winning team. This will be his 7th year with the WCA.

Brian has a real passion for wagon racing and our western heritage, and is sure to always be a part of keeping it alive. When the 2014 season came to an end, Brian announced he was retiring, and even sold some of his horses.  But once again as spring drew near, the fever hit, and Brian has signed up for a couple of shows in 2015. including the Rio Grande Canada Day Rodeo.  It's the show he has attended faithfully every year for over 40 years . Brian has been quoted as saying, “Wagon racing is easier to get into than to get out of.”

A lifetime of wagon racing comes with a lot of stories. Brian is a very sociable fellow that will keep you entertained over a cup of coffee. He is smart, analytical and misses nothing. Brian has lived in the Dawson Creek area all his life and formany years has taken a week or two in the fall to do some big game hunting.

History of WCA Season Standings

2009-17th Place

2010- 7th Place

2011- 8th Place

2012-10th Place

2013-11th Place

2014-11th Place