Eagle Boy flies to Suicide Race championship

World-Famous Suicide Race horses head over the top of the Suicide Hill on Sunday.

Photo by Al Camp
World-Famous Suicide Race horses head over the top of the Suicide Hill on Sunday.



— Plenty of intrigue and excitement surrounded Eagle Boy winning his third straight World-Famous Suicide Race championship last week.

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Everyone present who contributed to Eagle Boy’s success poses for a photo with winning buckles and coats after Sunday’s race.

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BeauDeen Adolph on Spirit, left, and Edward Marchand on Jackpot race to the finish line Thursday night in the World-Famous Suicide Race.

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Horses head into the Okanogan River on Friday night in the World-Famous Suicide Race.

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Eagle Boy and Scott Abrahamson head towards the ramp to the Stampede Rodeo Arena during the Friday night running of the World-Famous Suicide Race.

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Dominic LaPlante on Sundance, left, and Gabe Moses on Bo Shay finish in Saturday's World-Famous Suicide Race.

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The biggest and tiniest horses after Saturday night's World-Famous Suicide Race. At left is Milo Pakootas Jr. on AMP with JJ Harrison on Warrior.

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Milo Pakootas Jr. dives off AMP, which took a tumble on the Suicide Race Hill on Sunday.

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In Sunday's World-Famous Suicide Race, from left, are Mathew Pakootas Jr. on Woosta, Scott Abrahamson on Eagle Boy, Edward Marchand on Jackpot and BeauDeen Adolph on Spirit.

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Scott Abrahamson on Eagle Boy (left) swats Edward Marchand on Jackpot, who has hold of Eagle Boy’s reins during Sunday’s World-Famous Suicide Race.

The races followed each performance of the Omak Stampede rodeo on Thursday through Sunday...

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