Troy Flad


Troy Flad

Birth Date: January 15, 1975
Year Started Driving: 1991
Hometown: Warburg, AB
WPCA Championship Final Heat Qualifications:3



World Professional Standings

2018 - 29th
2017 - 31st
2016 - 28th   
2015 - 29th
2014 - 30th
2013 - 35th
2012 - 33rd
2011 - 20th
2010 - 23rd
2009 - 24th
2008 - 29th
2007 - 18th   
2006 - 31st
2005 - 26th
2004 - 28th
2003 - 28th
2002 - 22nd
2001 - 26th
2000 - 24th
1999 - 22nd
1998 - 25th
1997 - 25th
1996 - 29th
1995 - CPCA Member
1994 - CPCA Member
1993 - CPCA Member
1992 - CPCA Member
1991 - CPCA Member
           Rookie Season


Major Awards And Victories

  • 2003 WPCA Showmanship Award
  • 2015 Colonial Days Fair Aggregate Winner

Personal Information 
One of the WPCA’s longest tenured drivers, Troy had a fast start to the 2017 season at the Ashley Richards Memorial presented by Dakota Dunes Casino in Saskatoon where a second place run and a seventh place run in four days contributed to a season best third place overall finish. An additional tenth place run at the Battle of the North were Troy’s best of 2017. Troy was the Aggregate Winner at the Colonial Days Fair in Lloydminster in 2015, received the WPCA Showmanship Award winner for Professionalism in 2003, and has qualified for two major championship final heats at two of chuckwagon racing’s biggest events at the Ponoka Stampede and Edmonton’s Chuckwagon Derby, and in 2011, Troy was among the top four drivers on the WPCA Pro Tour in terms of number of day monies won. Troy started his driving career at the young age of 16 on the Northern Professional Chuckwagon Association (now CPCA) circuit, and received the NPCA’s Most Sportsmanlike Driver award in 1992. A second generation chuckwagon driver, Troy is the son of the late Herman Flad - former Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby Champion, and is father to Western Chuckwagon Association Driver Blaid Flad. He is the younger brother to current driver Darcy Flad and cousin to multi-time World Champion Outrider Chance Flad. In the off season, Troy is the owner/operator of Giddy-Up Go Trucking - a winch truck and oilfield hauling service, and along with his wife Shannon and son Blaid farm and operate a cow/calf and farming operation as well. Troy and Shannon have five children - Randilee, Blaid, Gage, Trez, and Shayle, and make their home in Warburg, Alberta.


GMC 2017