Originally from the Red Deer, Alberta area, Steve is a 15 year member of a local municipal police service and well into his 40's. Who doesn't start rodeoing in their 40's? Steve's amateur rodeo career started with competing in the Wild Cow Milking event at the Tees Rodeo with some good friends about 5 years ago. Having attended the Tees rodeo as a kid with his father who was raised there, he has since started the yearly tradition with his own family. So with a little arena dirt on his brand new boots he couldn't resist competing in the Calgary Police Rodeo when asked a few years ago by fellow coworker Brian Griffith. The Calgary Police event has added the Wild Horse Race and Chute Dogging to Steve's rodeo resume. Having suffered cracked ribs, a dislocated shoulder and many, many hangovers, none of Steve's appearances at any rodeo in Alberta has yet to earn him a buckle. He's a living example of "you don't have to be good at this to have fun at it". That same attitude goes into this website you're reading which he's responsible for maintaining.