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Vital Statistics
Position: Mascot & #1 Fan
Height: 6 paws, 3 tails
Weight: 27dps (“dog” pounds)
Born: Wearing a Stamps Jersey – Labour Day, 1974
Hometown: Calgary, Alberta
College: Univeristy of Mascots
Acquired: Signed as a flea agent in the summer of ’75.

 

CAREER

First Ever CFL mascot and the only mascot in the CFL with FIVE Grey Cup Rings. Ralph enters his 41st season as the #1 fan and mascot of the Stampeders. Voted Best Tweeting Canine, MVP (Most Valuable Pooch) and Fan’s Best Friend multiple times during his career. In addition to his game-day activity, he is an active member of the community.

Kibbles & Bits Information:
Personal: Resides year round in Calgary
Favourite Group: Stampeders Kids Club
Favourite Foods: Elks Pies, Chicken Alouette, Gopher Gumbo
Favourite Movies: Dog Day Afternoon, All Dogs Go To Heaven, The Bone Collector
Favourite TV Shows: Bones, Off-Leash, Parks & Recreation
Last Song Downloaded: Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond
Who Would Play You In A Movie: Brian from Family Guy.
Advice To Kids: Have fun, stay active & enjoy the outdoors.
Pet Peeves: Cats, Gophers, Birds, Polar Bears & angry footballs.

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Quick Six: The Stampeder Touchdown Horse

chelsea-drake-quick-sixWhen the Calgary Stampeders score a touchdown at McMahon Stadium, the Stampeder Touchdown Horse along with rider Chelsea Drake lead the charge down the east sidelines as the crowd erupts in unison to celebrate.

The long-standing tradition at Stampeder football games was enhanced in 1993 when the Stampeders introduced a white gelding to match the team’s trademark logo, the white mustang. “Quick Six” was introduced in 2003 and continues until the present day.

Chelsea Drake, the other half of the Calgary Stampeders Touchdown Horse tandem, became the rider in 2016. She is the daughter of Karyn Drake, who served as the touchdown horse rider for the previous 23 years and remains with the Stampeders in the role of backup rider.