The 2022 season saw Ross experience a career defining moment when he captured one of chuckwagon racing’s premiere events – the Ponoka Stampede. He qualified for two championship final heats at the Ponoka Stampede and at the Century Downs “WINNERS ZONE” Championship. 2022 saw Ross post 17 top ten runs, including 5 runs that cracked the top five, and had top ten overall finishes at four WPCA show championships over the course of the season.
Ross had a major breakthrough on the WPCA Pro Tour in 2018 when he won the Battle of the North. He has twice been a semi-finalist at the Ponoka Stampede, twice made the playoff round for the Century Downs “WINNERS ZONE” Championship, was a semi-finalist at the Calgary Stampede in 2019 the same year he had a horse named to the Calgary Stampede Equine Outfit of Excellence. Prior to running on the WPCA Pro Tour, Ross competed for many years on the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) circuit where he has won three career CPCA show championships, received the CPCA’s Most Sportsmanlike Driver Award in 1994, and was a finalist for the championship final heat for the CPCA Championship in 2005.
As an outrider Ross outrode for three Calgary Stampede Aggregate winners and is a three–time CPCA Champion Outrider. Ross is the father of World Champion Outrider Casey Knight, younger brother to former driver Jim Knight and cousin to driver Wayne Knight. Ross and his wife Gail have two children – Carlee and Casey, and make their home in St. Walburg, Saskatchewan.