Drivers

Obrey Motowylo

 

Name

Birth Date: July 1, 1972
Year Started Driving: 2004
Hometown: Bluffton, AB
Championship Final Heat Qualifications:12
WINS:4

 

World Professional Standings

2018 - 13th
2017 - 6th
2016 - 24th
2015 - 3rd
2014 - 11th
2013 - 6th
2012 - 20th/21st
2011 - 13th
2010 - 15th
2009 - 2nd
2008 - 16th
2007 - 25th
2006 - 33rd
2005 - CPCA Member
2004 - WCA Member - Rookie Season


Major Awards And Victories

2008: WPCA Equine Outfit Of Excellence - "BENNY" - Champion Outriding Horse
2009: Ponoka Stampede , Orville Strandquist Award (Calgary Stampede Top Rookie Driver), Strathmore Heritage Days Stampede,WPCA Most Improved Driver Award, WPCA Equine Outfit of Excellence - "RENO" - Champion Right Leader
2010: WPCA Equine Outfit Of Excellence - "BENNY" - Champion Outriding Horse
2011: Dewberry World Chuckwagon Races
2014: Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede
2015: Grande Prairie Stompede,Calgary Stampede Equine Outfit of Excellence - "VICTOR" - Champion Right Wheeler
2017: Grande Prairie Stompede

Personal Information
One of the premiere drivers on the WPCA Pro Tour, Obrey has composed an impressive resume with 6 victories, with his most prestigious wins coming at the Ponoka Stampede in 2009 and the Grande Prairie Stompede in 2015 and 2016. The 2018 saw Obrey record 14 top ten runs, including 5 runs that also placed inside the top five. He had three top ten overall aggregate finishes with a fourth-place finish at the Medicine Hat Stampede being his best on the season. He qualified for the championship final at the GMC Rangeland Derby in 2017 and just missed out on the championship. Obrey won the Calgary Stampede's Orville Strandquist Award for Top Rookie Driver in 2009 and has qualified for the Rangeland Derby’s “Semi Final Saturday” three times. Obrey received the WPCA’s Most Improved Driver Award in 2009, has had three horses named to the WPCA's Equine Outfit of Excellence, and was runner–up for the World Chuckwagon Championship in 2009. Obrey started his career with a brief run in the Western Chuckwagon Association (WCA) driving a partial year in 2004 where he won the Teepee Creek Stampede. The following year he competed on the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) circuit and was the CPCA's High Point Rookie Driver in 2005. Prior to driving the big wagons, Obrey drove Pony Chuckwagons and was a 3-time World and 3-time North American Pony Chuckwagon. A farmer and rancher in the off-season, Obrey and his wife Angie have 2 children – outrider Ethan and Hayden - and make their home in Bluffton, Alberta.

 

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