Troy Dorchester

2028: Guy Weadick Award

Troy Dorchester

Birth Date: December 6, 1972
Year Started Driving: 1993
Hometown: Westerose, AB
WPCA Championship Final Heat Qualifications: 18



World Professional Standings

2019 -26th
2018 - 15th
2017 - 23rd
2016 - 23rd  
2015 - 21st
2014 - 6th
2013 - 9th
2012 - 6th
2011 - 2nd
2010 - 7th
2009 - 6th
2008 - 7th
2007 - 7th
2006 - 23rd  
2005 - 9th
2004 - 8th
2003 - 15th
2002 - 15th
2001 - 12th
2000 - 10th
1999 - 5th
1998 - 9th
1997 - 18th
1996 - 20th
1995 - 29th
1994 - 17th
1993 - 19th - Rookie Season


Major Awards And Victories

  • 1993: WPCA Top Rookie Driver Award
  • 1998: Orville Strandquist Award (Calgary Stampede Top Rookie Driver)
  • 1999: Grande Prairie Stompede, Strathmore Heritage Days, WPCA GMC Tour Championship
  • 2011: WPCA Clean Drive Award
  • 2012: Ponoka Stampede, Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby Champion Driver, Richard Cosgrave Memorial Award (Calgary Stampede Aggregate Champion), Calgary Stampede Safety Award (Least Penalized Driver)
  • 2014: WPCA Clean Drive Award
  • 2018 Guy Weadick Award

Personal Information
An esteemed driver from one of chuckwagon racing’s classic families, 2018 saw Troy receive the Calgary Stampede's prestigious Guy Weadick Award presented annually to the one Chuckwagon or Rodeo competitor who best embodies what the cowboy stands for, and who best typifies the spirit of the Calgary Stampede. Troy was chuckwagon racing’s first modern day “Triple Crown” Champion in 2012 after winning the Ponoka Stampede, Calgary Stampede Aggregate and the GMC Rangeland Derby in a single year. He was the WPCA's Top Rookie Driver in 1993, won the Calgary Stampede's Orville Strandquist Award for Top Rookie Driver in 1998 and has qualified for the Calgary Stampede GMC Rangeland Derby's championship final heat four times. Troy is a two-time winner of the WPCA Clean Drive Award and won the Calgary Stampede Safety Award in 2012. 2018 saw Troy post 10 top ten runs, which includes 2 run that placed inside the top five. He qualified for the Semi-Final round at the Ponoka Stampede, with an additional top ten overall finish at the Battle of the Rockies being his best of the year. Troy is a third-generation champion chuckwagon driver whose grandfather was hall-of-fame cowboy Tom Dorchester - a 4-time World and 2-time Calgary Stampede champion, his father Garry is a former World and Calgary Stampede Champion, Uncle Dallas was a former World and 2-time Calgary Stampede Champion, and is first cousin to 2-time World Champion Rick Fraser as well. Troy enjoys golf and hockey in his spare time. Troy has three children - Emily, Haley and Connor. He and his wife Jennifer make their home in Westerose, Alberta.