UBBI To Host Youth Futurity Series Finale

August 17th, 2017

2015 UBBI Youth Futurity Series Finale participants. Photo by Gautreau

The United Bucking Bulls, Inc was formed in 2010 to give bucking bull breeders and owners the opportunity to participate in uniform competitions and to bring together the top bulls from across the country to compete in an annual “Year-End” UBBI National Finals. That became a reality and in 2011 the UBBI held it’s first “Year-End” National Finals. The following year, in 2012 the UBBI announced it’s Youth Futurity Series program, allowing youth members to participate in the futurity events.

“It’s been said a million times that our youth are our future,” stated Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “That’s true in any vocation. Our youth are the ones who will carry on what we’ve started. And the same is true with the bucking bull industry!”

With the help of great supporters and sponsors like Pull-Do Trailers (James Hogue) and Rockin’ R Bucking Bulls (David Findley & Chad Ramer), the UBBI was able to develop and create an Educational Scholarship program in 2015. Since that time, over $20,000 in scholarship assistance has been awarded.

The UBBI will host it’s 2017 Youth Futurity Series Finale this weekend, August 19th in Palestine, Texas. The event will feature 28 different two year old bulls and 23 different youth members. These participants will be competing for over $6,000 in prize money and almost $12,000 in scholarship awards. The Finale Champion will receive a trophy belt buckle from Tres Rios Silver and 2nd through 5th place Finale winners (Top 5) will also receive a trophy buckle.

“It’s a treat to see these kids get so excited about our industry,” explained Schmutz. “And to see them be so competitive and enjoy our sport makes all the hard work worth every minute!”

Click HERE to View Youth Participant List

UBBI Announces 2017 UBBI National Finals Dates & Location

July 19th, 2017

UBBI National Finals moves to Palestine, Texas September 15-16. Photo by Brewer

The 2017 UBBI National Finals will have a new home and a new date! This year’s final event will be held in Palestine, Texas on September 15th and 16th!  The Anderson County Livestock Arena is the new home of this year’s Finals, but a familiar venue for UBBI members, annually hosting at least 5 UBBI events each season!

“This year’s UBBI National Finals will have a few different twists,” stated Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “But the excitement and year-end climax will still be there as we crown our World Champion bulls in the Futurity, Derby and Classic!”

In 2017 UBBI National Finals eligible bulls will be ANY Futurity, Derby or Classic bull that has been to at least one (1) UBBI event, regardless of money won. The UBBI will accept the FIRST 50 bulls entered and paid into the Futurity, Derby & Classic events. ALL bulls will buck ONCE at the Finals with the Derby bulls on Friday night, the Futurity bulls on Saturday morning and Classic bulls on Saturday night. The UBBI Futurity, Derby and Classic World Champion will be the bull with the most money won combining Regular Season and National Finals earnings (excluding World Champion & Finals Champion bonuses). The UBBI National Finals Champion will be the highest marked Futurity, Derby or Classic bull at the UBBI National Finals after one go-round. The UBBI World Champions (Futurity, Derby, Classic) will each receive a $2,500 “World Champion” Bonus and the UBBI National Finals Champion (Futurity, Derby, Classic) will each receive a $2,500 “Finals Champion” Bonus!

Bulls will check in Thursday from 5pm to 8pm and again on Friday from 9am until 12 noon. The UBBI will host a mandatory stock contractor meeting and finals orientation, Free Lunch and Calcutta on Friday from 1pm to 4pm.

There will also be an optional Team Futurity competition in conjunction with the Futurity Finals. Details will be announced soon!

Click HERE to Print a Schedule, Event Format and Event Payoff

Blue Crush Lands in the Winner’s Circle

July 17th, 2017

Denny McCoy wins Derby with bull #442 Blue Crush. Photo by Dugger.

For the second event in a row, Denny McCoy stood in the arena accepting another Tres Rios trophy buckle, but this time with a different Derby bull. At the July Battle of the Bull UBBI event in Palestine, Texas, McCoy Ranches’ bull #442 Blue Crush posted an 87.75 point score to lead the pack by .5 point to win $2242. Close behind in second place was Bob Whisnant’s bull #4130 Ralph with a score of 87.25 points. Splitting 3/4 place were bull #411 from Mutt Neuman/Larry Wilburn and bull #406 After Party Blues from Winston Loe/Melton Bull Company. Both bulls scored 87 points. And finishing in 5th place in the Derby with a score of 86.75 points was bull #409 from

Nadine Ivy Phillips (center) accepts the championship buckle for IV37 Astro in the Classic. Photo by Dugger

Winston Loe/Melton Bull Company.

Friday night in Palestine, Nadine Ivy Phillips (NIP Ranch) was heard saying…”I haven’t stood in the dirt on an arena floor in 20 years!” But on this night, she did just that to accept the Tres Rios trophy buckle for the Classic win with bull #IV37 Astro. The big black scur-horned bull, and a son of the famous Asteroid, earned an 88.25 point score and a check for $2156! Two

IV37 Astro wins the Classic event. Photo by Dugger

different bulls split 2/3 place with scores of 86.25 points each. Bull #P43 Hou’s Bad News from Pistler/Carpenter and bull #153 Buzz Kill from 4M Ranch each won $1078.

Nine different cowgirls competed with 12 different bulls in the Rhinestone Renegades Women’s Futurity competition! For the second event in a row, Jessy LoRanger-Vance Bucking Bulls and their bull #LV Milkman won the

Jessy LoRanger-Vance Bucking Bulls #LV Milkman winning the Women’s Futurity. Photo by Dugger

buckle and a check for $1080 with a score of 87.25 points! The top 4 bull placed and received a check. Placing 2nd was Robison Bucking Bulls with bull #550 Misunderstood with a score of 85.5 points. Placing 3rd with and 85.25 point score was bull #55 Down Play from Bronwynn Cobb and finishing in 4th place was bull #51 Red Clad Armour from Brandy Kenemmer/3J Bucking Bull with 85 points.

The UBBI Youth Futurity Series continued at the Battle of the Bull with 36 entries and found a new name at the top of the list! Paiten Hilton/Rockin T Ranch and her bull #-531 Bad Blood was really good with a score of 88 points and earned $1440. Bull #581 Apollo Deniro from Cassidy McLaughlin/Twin Mtn Bucking Bulls and bull

Paiten Hilton accepts the championship buckle in the Youth Futurity. Photo by Dugger

#1502 Back the Blue from Millie Chism/Shallow Creek Bucking Bulls both tied for 2/3 place with scores of 87 points. And 4th place belonged to Trinity Ham & Ham Kids with their bull #152 Sugar Daddy with a score 86.5 points. Other youth members placing were Dominic Hogue; Chayden Stephenson/Flying W Bulls; Payson Tomaski; Garrison Nalls; Karson Arjona; Cassidy Porter/Rockin C Bucking Bulls; Two Brothers Bucking Bulls-Orrin Cobb.

The UBBI Youth Futurity Series Finale will be held in Palestine, Texas on August 19th!

The Open Futurity saw #516 Ya Buddy from 4G/McKenzie/Novak in the top spot with a score of 86.75 points, winning $2160! Followed by bull #560 from Davis/Tieman and bull #547 from Gary Long Ranch both scoring 86.5 points and splitting 2/3 place. Splitting fourth place with a score of 86.25 points were bull #505 #22 Kills from 4G/McKenzie/Novak and bull #25 Cracker Jack from Shining P Bucking Bulls.

The next regular season event will be in Locust Grove, Oklahoma on July 28-29!

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Burlington Hosts Colorado UBBI Event

June 26th, 2017

American Flag presentation at the Burlington UBBI Event. File Photo

Once again in 2017, Greg & Carolyn Talbert along with the city of Burlington, Colorado, hosted the Bulls & Boots UBBI Event featuring a Derby, Classic, Yearling Futurity and Open Futurity competition! Bull owners from Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Texas traveled to eastern Colorado and put their money up to see who had the best bulls.

Byron Juma from Wyoming dominated the Derby and the Classic winning both divisions. Bull #4298 won the Derby with a score of 85.5 points and won $2050! Chad Drury with Nothin But Try Ranch and his bull #467 Super Deal placed 2nd with a score of 83.75 points and Josh Friehauf’s bull #-B87 Back Yard Swagger finished 3rd in the money with a score of 81.25. Bull #3195 Little Bit of Terror from Byron Juma won the Classic with a score of 87.75 points and a check totaling $2650! Mickey Robinson came from Missouri and left with a second place check with a score 85.75 points. Splitting 3/4 place was Chris Mora-Twisted H’s bull #398-3 Paitynes Nightmare and K-C Bucking Bulls/Nothin But Try Ranch’s bull #313 Trump Train, both with scores of 85 points.

The Bulls & Boots event featured a yearling futurity event with 16 entries! 2H Buckin Bullz/K3J came to win and picked up checks for both 1st and 2nd place with their bulls #115 Sylvester and #114 Big Brawler with scores of 86 and 85 points. Finishing in 3rd place was bull #62 Mascara from Mash/Smith with 83.75 points and in fourth place was bull #676 from Nothin But Try Ranch.

The top 4 bulls in the Open Futurity were ~ 1st place: #2C Bessie Dark Alley from Josh Friehauf 87.75 points; 2nd place: #511 Light Switch from Mask/Hubbard/Davis 86.5 points; 3rd place:#5C Head Over Heels from Josh Friehauf 86 points; 4th place: #58 Piston Hurricane from Symons Bucking Bulls 84 points.

Thanks to Talbert Bucking Bulls for producing another successful UBBI event!

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Battle of the Bull Series Begins with June Event

June 22nd, 2017

Bull #4441 Wyliewood Blue from McCoy Ranches wins the Derby with a score of 87.75 points. Photo by Dugger

The United Bucking Bulls, Inc begins it’s summer schedule with the first of 3 Battle of the Bull events in Palestine, Texas! The Texas weather is gettin hotter and the competition is too! With 6 ways to win, entries were strong in the Derby, Classic, Open & Team Futurity, Women’s Futurity and Youth Futurity with total purses reaching almost $44,000!

The Derby competition was as tough as we’ve seen all year with the top 6 bulls only being separated by .25 of a point in each placing! McCoy Ranches bull #4441 Wyliewood Blue posted the highest score of 87.75 points to take the win and a check for $2495. Close behind in second place was TBR Bucking Bulls/Tomaski Bulls’ #407 Buffalo Scott with a score of 87.5 points followed by 3rd place finisher #442 Blue Crush also from McCoy Ranches with a score of 87.25 points. New Star Pro Rodeo’s bull #422 Socks placed 4th with an 87 point outing and then it was #25B Trail of Tears from CG/Ballew in 5th and bull #184 from Cobert/Bridges/Smith from Mississippi in 6th place.

The top 4 bulls in the Classic event were #301 Show Me Homie from Cord McCoy/JK Elite/Young Bird/K-C with a score of 88 poihts winning first place and $2530. Then #IV37 Astro placed 2nd with a score of 86.75 points; New Star Pro Rodeo’s #220 Yelawolf was third and Melton Bull Company’s #324A Heartaches & Grease finished fourth.

Things got underway on Saturday morning with the ladies first in the Rhinestone

Brazos Ham wins the Youth Futurity. Accepting the buckle from Randy Schmutz. Photo by Dugger

Renegades Women’s Futurity. Jessy LoRanger-Vance Bucking Bulls’ #LV Milkman posted an 86.75 point score for their first win of the season. Milkman earned $1080. In second was Traycie Griggs/Muthabuckers bull #58 Hot Flash with an 86.5 point score and in 3rd place was Sharron Carpenter’s bull #546 KZ Twister with an 85.5 point score. Traycie Griggs/Leschyshyn picked up the 4th place check with their bull #032 Frick’in Jerry and Kari Mash/Smith/Hubbard’s bull #549 Batman placed 5th!

Bull #152 Sugar Daddy from Brazos Ham winning the Youth Futurity. Photo by Dugger

Our UBBI youth member, Brazos Ham caught the judges eye with his bull #152 Sugar Daddy. Each of the 4 judges marked the bovine 21.75 points for a total of 87 points to win the event and a check for $1408. Two Brothers Bucking Bulls (Orrin & Westin Cobb) placed 2/3 with their bulls #515 Texas Heat and #523 Doc Was Right, scoring 85.5 points each and Garrison Nalls landed in the 4th place spot with score of 85.25 points with his bull #509. Others placing in the Youth Futurity were Payson Tomaski; Millie Chism/Shallow Creek Bucking Bulls; Cassidi Porter/Rafter B/Rockin C; Caden Mullican; Karson Arjona; Wolfe Boys Bucking Bulls/Cooper!

The Jaynes Gang brought a dandy bucker in the Open Futurity. Bull #86C Marty

The Jaynes Gang’s bull #86C Marty winning the Open Futurity. Photo by Dugger

outbucked his closest competition by 1.25 points with an 88 point outing and earned a check for $2380! 3J Bucking Bulls’ #51 Red Clad Armour has been pulling double duty as an entry in both the Rhinestone Renegades Women’s Futurity and the Open Futurity. This time he split 2nd thru 5th place in the Open Futurity with a score of 86.75 points. He split the money with #777 Flatbill Jeff from TD Cattle/6M; #512 from JR Phillips;#521 Bowie Daze from Cord McCoy/Brent & Margo Hazen. Others placing in the Open Futurity were #C7 Cartel from Cattle Empire Inc; #516 Ya Buddy from 4G/McKenzie/Novak; #505 #22 Kills from 4G/McKenzie/Novak and #508 The Senator from Cord McCoy/G-G.

In the Open Team Futurity competition, 8 teams of 3 bulls each put $750 per team on the line with 100% payback. 4G/McKenzie/Novak had 2 bulls and teamed up with Terry Coleman and won the event with #516 Ya Buddy (86.25 pts) and #505 #22 Kills (86 pts) and Coleman’s #X62 Hangman (85 pts) for a total of 257.25 points and an additional $2400.

Click HERE to View Complete Results

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UBBI Begins It’s Summer Schedule

June 12th, 2017

After a 5 week break, the United Bucking Bulls, Inc will begin it’s 2017 Summer Schedule this weekend in Palestine, Texas on June 16-17. This event will feature a Women’s Futurity ~ Youth Futurity ~ Open & Team Futurity ~ Derby ~ Classic!

Summer Event Schedule:

Battle of the Bull   Palestine, TX   June 16-17

Burlington Bulls & Boots   Burlington, CO  June 24

Battle of the Bull   Palestine, TX   July 14-15

Red Dirt Round-Up   Locust Grove, OK   July 28-29

Battle of the Bull   Palestine, TX   August 18-19

Click on the events above to view Event Details!

2017 Gold Standard Futurity & Black Gold Derby Recap

May 18th, 2017

Dillon Page (D&H Cattle) accepts the buckle and check for Twisted Soul in the Futurity. Photo by Dugger

For the seventh year in a row, the United Bucking Bulls, Inc hosted it’s annual Gold Standard Futurity and Black Gold Derby! These events have always featured one of the largest regular season payouts and this year was no exception. The Gold Standard Futurity attracted 96 entries and paid out $96,000 dollars in prize money to the Top 20 placing bulls. When the scores were all tabulated and officially posted, it was bull #569C Twisted Soul from D&H Cattle/Buck Cattle taking home the gold buckle and the $25,000 cash!

Twisted Soul winning the 2017 Gold Standard Futurity. Photo by Dugger

Finishing in a close second place position, by only .5 point was Barthold/Berger/01 Cattle’s bull #C7 Cartel with a score of 88.5 points and winning $11,715. And in third place was a bull from Louisiana owned by TD Cattle/6M called Flatbill Jeff, scoring 88.25 points and earning $7,455.

The Black Gold Derby attracted 64 three year old bulls and there was no denying how tough all the bulls were. All of them were prepared to fight for their share of $64,000 in prize money!

Denny & Janet McCoy enjoying the Black Gold Derby win with their bull Wileywood Blue. Photo by Dugger

It’s not unusual to see Denny McCoy in the winnner’s circle, but this time his wife Janet was on hand to share in the celebration. McCoy Ranches’ bull #Tc4441 Wileywood Blue posted a huge 89.25 point score to out-distance the second place bull by 1.75 points to win $15,000! Mike Sellers with the UTC Ranch won second with a score of 87.5 points with his bull #UTC411 How Bout It, earning a check for $10,800. And in third place was New Star Pro Rodeo, with their bull #422 Socks, who scored 86.75 points and grabbed a check for $8,160.

The Rhinestone Renegades women’s futurity hosted another stop on this year’s UBBI schedule of events the girls showed up with 15 bulls and duked it out to see who had the best one. Tracie Griggs came to play with 3 entries and finished 1st and 2nd place with bull #516 winning the #1 check for $1,012 dollars with a score of 86 points and bull #570 Brothers Keeper placed second with a score of 84 points and won $810. Finishing 3rd was Nicole Harris with her bull #563.

This year’s Gold Standard Futurity and Black Gold Derby was held in Ada, Oklahoma at the Pontotoc County Agri-Plex and a BIG thank you goes out to JR Grissom and his crew for all of their hard work to make this a great event again this year!

Click HERE to View Complete Results

UBBI Waives Late Entry Penalties for Gold Standard Futurity & Black Gold Derby

April 27th, 2017

On Wednesday, April 26th the United Bucking Bulls, Inc and American Bucking Bull, Inc announced that the remaining UBBI Open Futurity events would be co-sanctioned with the ABBI, including the upcoming Gold Standard Futurity on May 13th. This will allow participants at UBBI futurity events with ABBI registered bulls to compete and pay an additional $50 fee to count points toward qualifying their 2 year old bulls for the ABBI World Finals in Las Vegas.

With this additional co-sanction incentive, the UBBI has waived ALL late penalties for entry into the Gold Standard Futurity and Black Gold Derby. ALL owners of two and three year old bulls that wish to compete in these events simply have to execute an entry form and and name their bulls on or before Monday, May 1st. Non-UBBI members can purchase a 2017 membership and also compete.

“Originally, we announced that in order to compete at this year’s Gold Standard Futurity and Black Gold Derby, you must submit a 50% of your entry fee as a deposit to the UBBI office on or before April 3rd,” stated Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “So far to date, we have recieved just over 100 Futurity entries and almost 70 Derby entries! And we’d like more, so we’re gonna waive late penalties this year!”

With 150 Futurity entries, the Gold Standard Futurity will pay $50,000 for first place and pay 30 places. And with 100 three year old entries, the Black Gold Derby will pay $25,000 for first place and pay 25 places.

Entries are open now, until Monday, May 1st!

Click HERE for Entry Details

United Bucking Bulls, Inc Announce Co-Sanction Agreement with ABBI

April 25th, 2017

The United Bucking Bulls Inc. (UBBI) announced today that the rest of the 2017 UBBI Open Futurity events will be co-sanctioned with the American Bucking Bull, Inc (ABBI).

“Were always interested in finding ways to add more value to our events for our membership,” stated Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “Now our members with ABBI registered bulls can take advantage of our co-sanctioned futurity events! It’s a win, win for everybody!”

ABBI Futurity Points determine which animals will earn regular season bonuses and awards and it is also how animals qualify for the ABBI World Finals in Las Vegas. All UBBI Open Futurity events from this point forward in the 2017 season will be co-sanctioned. UBBI members with ABBI registered bulls will simply pay the ABBI’s standard $50 co-sanctioning fee and UBBI results will count toward the animal’s ABBI standings.

“We have been actively trying to work with as many organizations as possible this year in order to benefit our members,” said ABBI Executive Director Jay Daugherty. “We have many stock contractors who also compete with UBBI, so this is a way those registered animals can also earn points with us and it makes it so our members have more places and dates to compete that fit their schedule.”

The co-sanctioned events are as follows:

UBBI Gold Standard Futurity Ada, OK May 13

UBBI Battle of the Bull Futurity Palestine, TX June 17

UBBI Bulls & Boots Futurity Burlington, CO June 24

UBBI Elroy Futurity Elroy, WI June 24 (pending)

UBBI Battle of the Bull Futurity Palestine, TX July 15

UBBI Red Dirt Round-Up Locust Grove, OK July 29

UBBI Battle of the Bull Futurity Palestine, TX Aug 19

Event Results from the 2017 Boston Porter Memorial

March 29th, 2017

The 2017 Boston Porter Memorial is in the books and here is a event recap with photos!

DERBY RESULTS

Place Bull Name DL Owner Score Place Amount
1 Buffalo Scott R TBR Bucking Bulls 88.25 1 $2,915.25
2 Cox 184 L Cain Kobert/Hosey Bridges&Chris Smith 87.25 2 $2,242.50
3/4 Willeywood blue L McCoy Ranches 86.5 3/4 $1,513.69
3/4 How Bout It R Mike Sellers 86.5 3/4 $1,513.69
5/6 Sure Thang L 4G/Gary Long 86 5/6 $1,065.19
5/6 Mr Majestic R Cord McCoy/Roy & Kelly Renfroe 86 5/6 $1,065.19
7 Big Shot R Mutt Neuman-Larry Wilburn 85.75 7 $897.00

TBR Bucking Bulls’ Buffalo Scott winning the Derby. Photo by Gautreau

 

CLASSIC RESULTS

Place Bull Name DL Owner Place Amount
1 Lawton L Robinson/Haworth 87 1 $2,156.25
2 927 L Henry Mladlanke/Hosey Bridges&Chris Smith 85.75 2 $1,293.75
3 Opus L McCoy Ranches 85.5 3 $862.50

Robinson & Haworth accepting the buckle for the Classic win with their bull Lawton. Photo by Gautreau

YOUTH FUTURITY RESULTS

Place Bull Name DL Owner Place Amount
1 High Class L Wolf Boys Bucking Bulls/Cooper 86.75 1 $1,480.00
2 Possadilla L Quinn McCoy 85.75 2 $1,110.00
3 559 L Caden Mullican 85.5 3 $814.00
4 Modified Hou L Kason Arjona 85 4 $666.00
5/6 Boogie R Cassidi Porter/Rockin C Bucking Bulls 84.5 5/6 $555.00
5/6 Mr. Boom Bostic L Landyn Hernandez 84.5 5/6 $555.00
7 Kill A Word R Dominic Hogue 84.25 7 $481.00
8 Swamp Thing L Two Brothers Bucking Bulls-Orrin Cobb 83.75 8 $444.00
9/10 1121 L Two Brothers Bucking Bulls-Westin Cobb 83.5 9/10 $388.50
9/10 Dirt On My Boots L River Hogue 83.5 9/10 $388.50
11/12 The Senator R Austin Rasmussen/G-G 83.25 11/12 $259.00
11/12 Madi’s Habanero R Madison Tomaski 83.25 11/12 $259.00

UBBI Youth Members at the 2017 Boston Porter Memorial event. Photo by Gautreau

OPEN FUTURITY RESULTS

Place Bull Name DL Owner Place Amount
1 Bringin it Back R 4G/ Leschyshyn 90 1 $3,163.50
2 Scratch Cat Fever R McCoy Ranches 89.25 2 $2,331.00
3 Pumba L Shaw Cattle/Flying Spade 88.5 3 $1,665.00
4 Thumper L McCoy Ranches 87.25 4 $1,332.00
5 206 L Bar 3D Bucking Bulls 87 5 $1,165.50
6 516 R 4G/McKenzie/Novak 86.75 6 $1,082.25
7 Lava Hound L Gonzales Bucking Bulls-Benton Gonzales 86.5 7 $999.00
8 Fire In The Hole R Kody Goodin/Cryptic Cattle Co 86.5 8 $915.75
9/11 Nebo Thumper L Rockin R Bucking Bulls 85.75 9/11 $763.13
9/11 Pretty Monster R TD Cattle 85.75 9/11 $763.13
9/11 Goodnight Robicheaux L TD Cattle 85.75 9/11 $763.13
12/14 Dirty Thirty R Rafter KL/Vogel 85.5 12/14 $568.88
12/14 Border Patrol L Wesley Thompson 85.5 12/14 $568.88
12/14 Flatbill Jeff L TD Cattle 85.5 12/14 $568.88

Bring It Back from 4G/Leschyshyn winning the Futurity with a 90 point score. Photo by Gautreau

Click HERE to View ALL RESULTS

 

 

 

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