Shared photos and words of condolences for Seth Saulteaux from friends and family.
“One of many things that I will always remember him say was ‘Jacob, just remember I always look up to you’ When there were times you didn’t do good, he always had a way to cheer you up with words of encouragement and his big smile. That is something that I will always remember from him and the Try, the Love he always had for riding. When you do something that you love very much, you chase that dream and that’s what Seth did.. That is something that you can never take away from anyone.. Going to miss you my good friend. My prayers and condolences are with his family and his friends”.
“What can I see about this guy, no words can explain the joy he brought into peoples lives. Including mine. He was such a good person and better all… an even better friend”.
“He came and worked with us at Housing a He was always paying attention to what was being taught to him. He always talked about bull riding and music, he always talked about how much he loved his family. A MAN like that, is a champion in my books”.
Marcie Saulteaux :
“Our cowboy rode his last bull straight to heaven yesterday 🤠💔 Seth Saulteaux by the time the paramedics let me see him I knew he was already crossed over 😇 our boy left this world doing what he loved and always said if I die riding bulls always remember that’s the best way to leave this earth for a cowboy like me ❤️🩹 “.
“Just want to send my condolences to the parents, family and friends of the young man that passed on at the INFR tour rodeo in Morley 🙏. Rodeo is a dangerous sport and we all know this when we sign up so that makes your friendships with your fellow competitors very strong. We cheer for each other and help one another to win. The high fives and the chest bumps after a wicked ride or run is what makes this sport awesome. These young bull riders have lost a traveling parter and brother so pray for these young men. Prayers to the committee, stock contractor and bull fighters cause I know something like this will have an effect on us all.
RIP Seth Saulteaux”.
Our Heavenly Father, we pause at this time,
mindful of the many blessings you have bestowed upon us.
We ask, Lord, that you will be with us in the arena of life.
We as cowboys do not ask for special favors.
We don’t ask to draw around the chute fighting horse, the steer that won’t lay,
or to never break the barrier.
We don’t even ask for all daylight runs.
We do ask Lord, that you will help us live our lives here on earth as cowboys, in such a manner, that when we make that last inevitable ride, to the country up there, where the grass grows lush, green, and stirrup high, and the water runs cool, clear, and deep, that you’ll take us by the hand and say –
“Welcome to Heaven cowboy, your entry fees are paid.”
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