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Tyson Whitehead

Year started outriding
2013
Hometown
Hardisty, Alberta
Birthday
July 23, 1996

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2022 saw Tyson make a successful return to the WPCA for the first time since 2013 when he was named the WPCA Top Rookie Outrider. He started the year with a victory at the Grande Prairie Stompede behind Doug Irvine, and followed it up with a another win later in the summer at the Battle of the Foothills outriding for Rae Croteau Jr. Tyson made his debut ride on the final night of the 2013 Grande Prairie Stompede behind Gary Gorst, and finished his rookie season in 14th place in the World Standings. He spent the next seven seasons on the CPCA circuit where he won the CPCA’s Most Improved Outrider in 2016. As longtime friends of the Gorst family, Tyson started his chuckwagon career as a barn hand working for driver Gary Gorst prior to starting to outride. Inspired by Gary’s sons Logan and Dustin, Tyson decided to follow in their footsteps. Tyson enjoys hunting, riding horses and playing hockey around his hometown of Hardisty, Alberta.

World Professional Standings

2023
7th
2022
6th
2021
CPCA Member
2020
No Race Season
2019
CPCA Member
2018
CPCA Member
2017
CPCA Member
2016
CPCA Member
2015
CPCA Member
2014
CPCA Member
2013
14th - Rookie Season

Major Awards And Victories

2013
WPCA Top Rookie Outrider

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