Past Competitors

Kale Lajeunesse
Chance Flad

Birth Date: April 29, 1992
Year Started Outriding: 2014
Hometown: Meadow Lake, SK

World Professional Standings
2017 - 15th
2016 - 9th
2015 - CPCA Member
2014 - CPCA Member - Rookie Season

Personal Information
After riding the first half of the 2017 season, Kale chose to return to the CPCA circuit to finish the season. In the year and a half that Kale was an outrider on the WPCA Pro Tour, Kale won two show championships in 2016 at the Strathmore Stampede outriding for Gary Gorst and at the Battle of the Rockies outriding for Chad Harden. Kale started his career on the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) circuit in 2014 and was the CPCA's High Point Rookie Outrider. 2015 saw Kale win his first show championship outriding for Wayne Knight at the Wainwright Stampede, was an integral part of Knight's 2015 CPCA Championship outfit, and was named the CPCA's Most Improved Outrider as well. Kale got into the chuckwagon business through the encouragement of fellow competitor Dustin Gorst, and got his official start when he rode his first race for CPCA driver Shane Nolin at North Battleford in 2014, for which he continued to outride and work as a barn hand. In the off season, Kale enjoys hockey, hunting and fishing, works as an activities co-coordinator at Gateway Elementary School in Meadow Lake, and is studying to become a school teacher at the University of Regina's Meadow Lake Campus. Kale and his wife Kristinn have two children - Ivy and Levi, and make their home in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan.