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Welcome to the 2023 Mounted Shooting Season in Canada!


Thank you to everyone for making our past Canadian Finals a big success!

2022/2023 Details to be posted soon!


As posted 02/10/2023:

Huge shout out to Leslie Norrie for organizing the 2021/2022 season awards!

Thank you for your hard work Leslie!!

Following open meetings amongst Canadian shooters, there was a questionnaire and poll sent to the clubs to compile their members consensus moving forward into the 2022/2023 season.

The majority of clubs would like to stay with a CMSA points tracking system for the

2022/2023 season.

What does this mean:

Your season points will be accumulated at CMSA sanctioned events and tracked online.

Canadian Finals:

The 2022/2023 season finals will be hosted in Saskatoon on the September 23 weekend. Finals will count towards your season points. Specific event details are being worked on, but we are planning an exciting event with an evening showcase.


This year we will be raising money for class buckles and reserve conchos. All classes, including long guns, will be running for season buckles and sudden death finals buckles.

Still have questions? Please email MSC and we will do our best to answer them for you!

Please Note: Outline subject to change due to uncertain conditions.


How to Qualify for Canadian Finals:

Mounted Shooters and Wranglers from Canada must attend three qualifying shoots.

Two of these must be Canadian CMSA shoots, one may be either CMSA or MSC approved shoots.


Mounted Shooter of Canada Shoots:

Please refer to the website for detailed MSC shoot guidelines.


CMSA Season Leader Details:

CMSA Season Leader awards will be tracked through the CMSA system. Standings can be viewed on the CMSA website as per previous years. Members must be Canadian CMSA regional members in order to qualify for season points. CMSA Season Rookie will be recognized.

*Disclaimer on Finals level eligibility – Competitors will be eligible for season awards based on their level coming into the Canadian Finals Shoot. If a move up occurs at a CMSA shoot prior to Finals, the competitor will compete at finals at their new level.


Please contact your club representative with any questions regarding the Canadian Finals.

Best Regards,

Mounted Shooters of Canada Committee

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