The 2007 Cimarron Territory Celebration will begin Saturday, March 14, 2007 with the World Championship Cow Chip Throw set for Saturday, April 21, 2007 beginning at 1:30 p.m.

 

Rules of the "World Cow Chip

                    Throwing Championship"ģ Contest

1. Two (2) chips per contestant. Chip thrown the farthest shall be the only one counted. If the chip breaks up in mid-air during the throw, the piece going the farthest will be counted (this does not mean the chip hits the ground and then breaks up).
2. Contestants are divided into the following. (Must be at least 16 years of age):
Menís Open Division
Womenís Open Division
VIP Division
Team Division
3. Chips shall be at least six (6) inches in diameter.
4. Contestants must select their own chips from the wagon load provided by the B.S. Enterprises Committee. To alter or shape chips selected from the wagon in any way (except in the rare instance when a loose fragment may be removed and proved that the removal does not render the chip less than six (6) inches in diameter), subjects contestant to a twenty-five (25) foot penalty. Decision of the Chip Judge is final.
5. Contestants will be registered and numbered at the Official Registration Desk and must be ready when their number is called.
6. Any sanctioned Cow Chip Throwing Contest held anywhere in the world must use the adopted international arena layout and measurements to qualify any record throw and to be recognized officially.

 

2005 Cow Chip Results

July 2004 Tilden, Nebraska Prairie Days

Beaver's James Pratt won the Cow Chip Throw at Tilden, Nebraska
Saturday July 31 over seven other contestants. Pratt's throw was
147 feet 2 inches. The next closest throw was 142' 5" feet.

 

2008 World Championship Cow Chip Throwing Winners:
Men's Division:
1st James Pratt, Beaver, 166'3" Nineth title
2nd Jon Elfers, Beaver,  131'1"
3rd Craig Taylor, Tilden, Neb, 128'5"

Women's Division:
1st Dana Martin, Guymon, Ok, 111'9"
2nd Sandi Frey, Tilden, Neb, 72'5"
3rd Amy Weaver, Beaver, Ok 61'4"

Team Division:
1st Beaver Fire Dept, Beaver, 495'8"
2nd Preferred Beef, Booker, 323'6"
3rd The Bank of Beaver City, Beaver, 296'9"

VIP Division:
1st Bryce Marlatt, Woodward, Ok 123'3"
2nd Joe Denoyer, Liberal, 113'11"
3rd Marty Tipton, Shawnee, Ok 71'3"

Floats in the Parade:
1st Downing Market
2nd Drover's of Dodge City, Ks
3rd First Security Bank

 

Horseshoe Pitching Contest Winners
1st Jimmy Shobert, Rosston, Ok
2nd John Schlessman, Beaver
3rd Don White, Beaver

Golf Bash Winners:

Mrs. Gage of Woodward; Ivan and Scottie Hopson,
Beaver and Mark Taylor of Turpin

Cow Chip Photos


Beaver's James Pratt won the Men's title again this year with a throw of 163 feet

 


Dana (Valentine) Martin of Guymon won the women's throw with a toss of 119 feet 9 inches

 


Men's Winners. James Pratt, 1st, Beaver; Joh Elfers, second, Beaver, 131 feet 1 inch;
Craig Taylor, Tilden, Nebraska, 3rd, 128 feet 5 inches.


Women's Winners: Dana (Valentine) Martin, Srandi Frey, second, Tilden,
Neb, 72 feet five inches; Amy Herchock, Beaver, Third, 61 feet four inches.


James Pratt wins throwing over Amarillo's KVII Sports director Brad Fralick
before the Cow Chip Throw. James' throw doubled the TV Sports director's
throw.


State Rep. Gus Blackwell show his technique in throwing a cow chip.

 


Mark Tillman of Beaver throws his cow chip. Tillman did not place this year.

 

Horseshoe Pitching Contest Winners
1st Jimmy Shobert, Rosston, Ok
2nd John Schlessman, Beaver
3rd Don White, Beaver

Golf Bash Winners:

Mrs. Gage of Woodward; Ivan and Scottie Hopson,
Beaver and Mark Taylor of Turpin

Cow Chip Photos


Beaver's James Pratt won the Men's title again this year with a throw of 163 feet

 


Dana (Valentine) Martin of Guymon won the women's throw with a toss of 119 feet 9 inches

 


Men's Winners. James Pratt, 1st, Beaver; Joh Elfers, second, Beaver, 131 feet 1 inch;
Craig Taylor, Tilden, Nebraska, 3rd, 128 feet 5 inches.


Women's Winners: Dana (Valentine) Martin, Srandi Frey, second, Tilden,
Neb, 72 feet five inches; Amy Herchock, Beaver, Third, 61 feet four inches.