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Casey Knight

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Year Started Outriding
St. Walburg, SK
July 13, 1992

World Professional Standings

  • 2019 - 2nd
  • 2018 - 3rd
  • 2017 - World Champion
  • 2016 - 4th
  • 2015 - 4th
  • 2014 - 4th
  • 2013 - 5th
  • 2012 - CPCA Member
  • 2011 - CPCA Member
  • 2010 - CPCA Member - Rookie Season

Major Awards And Victories

  • 2014: Rod Glass Memorial Award (Most Improved Outrider)
  • 2017: World Champion Outrider
  • 2019: Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby Champion Outrider, Calgary Stampede Aggregate Champion Outrider

Personal Information

The 2019 season was a special one for Casey as he won the first major events of his career at the Calgary Stampede when he captured his first career Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby and first career Calgary Stampede Aggregate behind Logan Gorst. For the second consecutive year Casey was the high pointed outrider at the Strathmore Stampede and the Battle of the North.

Casey was the World Champion Outrider in 2017, and received the Rod Glass Memorial Award symbolic of the WPCA's Most Improved Outrider in 2014. Casey started his career on the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) circuit in 2010 and was named the CPCA High Point Rookie Outrider. Just two years later he was runner-up to the CPCA outrider championship in 2012.

Casey is a 2nd generation wagonman whose father is current driver Ross Knight, his uncle is driver Jim Knight, and he is a cousin to driver Wayne Knight.

A two-sport athlete, Casey received a hockey scholarship to play for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues. Prior to playing university hockey, Casey played hockey in the Alberta Junior Hockey League with the Lloydminster Bobcats and the Spruce Grove Saints. He has traveled to New Zealand, and lists hockey, traveling, reading and socializing with people among his interests. Casey has a girlfriend Courtnie, and makes his home in St. Walburg, Saskatchewan.

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