Stettler’s Codie Smith was the operator of the pull sled during the event. PHOTO BY MOUSH SARA JOHN

Stettler Antique Tractor Club hosts its 5th annual ‘pull’ event

The event on Saturday, July 22 drew a crowd of 200 throughout the day.

It was another successful annual gathering for the Stettler Antique Tractor Club as they held the pull event on the Agriplex grounds on Saturday, July 22 from 11 a.m.

“We hold the event to showcase equipment of yesteryears and we’ve been entertaining the community for five years now,” said Dan Wasyleshko, president of the club. “A huge thank you to our sponsors. Without the the sponsors the club wouldn’t be able to provide a free event for the community, or the participants that come from all across the province. We’d also like to thank our hard-working club members for volunteering their time and making this event a success each year.”

There were 23 participating tractors this year.

The club’s other officials include Brian McDonald, vice-president; Karen Wahlund, secretary/treasurer; and directors, Gerald Haight, Darcy Zimmer, and Jody Godberson. Some of the members at large are Larry Strandquist, Alf Erichsen, Justin Hankins, Alex Skocdopole, Hunter Dewitt, Kyle Chapman, Jim Ainsworth, Ron Dyck, Dave Fuller, Zach Gordon, Jim Long, Teresa McDonald, Ken Norman, Rory Reinbold, Bob Stull, Bernie Jackson, and Keith Haustein.

Winners of the classes were as follows:

Bantam – 3999 lbs and under: 1st place Reg Mosset of Red Deer, on Oliver 77

Class 1 – 4000-4999 lbs: 1st place, George Dell of Eckville, on Oliver 80; 2nd place, Don Lund of Innisfail, on Oliver 80; 3rd place, Vernon Puzey of Red Deer on McCormick H

Class 2 – 5000-5999 lbs: 1st place, Jeremy Moore of Red Deer, on Case DC4; 2nd place, Frank Stark of Rocky Mountain House on Oliver 88; 3rd place, Dave Sandin of Ponoka, on John Deere 60

Class 3 – 6000-6999 lbs: 1st place, Darren Rouse of Stettler, on John Deere D; 2nd place, Bob Stull of Stettler, on John Deere 60; 3rd place, Del Grovet of Lacombe, on Case 800

Class 4 – 7000-8499 lbs: 1st place, Wes Heller of Wetaskiwin, on John Deere 830; 2nd place, Ken Jones of Delburne, on Cockshut 50

Class 5 – 8500-9999 lbs: 1st place, Bev Hanses of Swalwell, on John Deere 830; 2nd place, Vernon Puzey of Red Deer, on John Deere 830; 3rd place, Dan Wasyleshko of Botha, on John Deere 830

Class 6 – 10000-12000 lbs: 1st place, Ken Norman of Donalda, on John Deere 830; 2nd place, Wes Heller of Wetaskiwin, on Massey Ferguson


Bev Hanses of Swalwell on John Deere 830 won Class 5, which was between 8,500 to 9,999 lbs. at the antique tractor pull on Saturday afternoon, July 22. PHOTO BY MOUSH SARA JOHN

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