Wayne Hodges 4 Star Trailers Futurity Super Series Returns in 2015

January 21st, 2015

Bull #291 Rocky Mountain High from Dennis & Jan Owens winning the 2014 Wayne Hodges 4 Star Trailers Futurity Super Series. Photo by Gautreau

For the past four seasons, the Wayne Hodges 4 Star Trailers Futurity Super Series has paid out over $110,000 in Super Series bonus money!  Dennis & Jan Owens won the first Super Series High Point Championship in 2011 with their bull “Square Head”, who earned an additional $7602 in Super Series bonus money.  The following year, the Super Series High Point Champion was one by CJ & Cathy Pilcek (Rockin’ Rafter P Ranch) in 2012 with “Fire For Effect”, who earned $7440 in Super Series bonus money. In 2013, Tom Peterson’s bull “Lucky Draw #13″ won the Super Series High Point Championship and an additional $2380 in Super Series bonus money.  The 2014 Super Series concluded it’s 3 event schedule at Palestine, Texas on July 18-19, 2014. Dennis & Jan Owen’s bull #291 Rocky Mountain High took the lead away from bull #77 Murff, owned by DAM Cattle Company, and edged out bull #302 Sweet Emotion from Nathan Wolfe and Scott Cattle to win one year’s use of a brand new 4 Star aluminum trailer from Wayne & Chris Hodges. First and Second place was only separated by 9 points. Rocky Mountain High won a total of $3990 in Super Series Bonus Money. This was the second time Dennis & Jan Owens won the Wayne Hodges 4 Star Trailers Futurity Super Series High Point Championship. Each of these breeders were awarded one year’s use of a new 4 Star Aluminum Trailer.  At the completion of a years use, both CJ Pilcek and Tom Peterson purchased their Super Series 4 Star Trailers.

In 2015, breeders can once again make their bulls “Super Series” eligible by paying an additional “one time” $300 entry fee when they enter the first of 3 selected UBBI Futurities this season. “Super Series” bonus money will be paid back to the Top 4 Super Series enrolled bulls at each of the three selected futurities including the Spring Spectacular Futurity in April, the Red River Chute Out Futurity in April and the Anderson County Battle of the Bull in July. At these three futurities, Super Series bonuses will be paid out to the Top 4 Super Series eligible bulls, in addition to regular event earnings.

$4,000 to 1st*    $3,00 to 2nd*    $2,000 to 3rd*    $1,000 to 4th*

(Based on 100 Super Series entries @ $300)

If one bull wins first place at ALL three Super Series futurities, that bull will be crowned the ”Super Series Champion” and win $100,000 in Super Series Bonus Cash.  The Super Series “High Point” Champion will once again win one year’s use of a Wayne Hodges 4 Star Aluminum trailer.  Each bull will earn 1 point for every bull he beats at each of the 3 Super Series Futurities.  The single bull with the most points will be crowned the Super Series “High Point” Champion!

This Series is simple and easy to follow and will enhance all three futurities. In 2015, when you enter your bulls, prior to entries closing for the Spring Spectacular, you simply circle “Super Series” on the entry form and pay an additional  ”one time” $300 Super Series entry fee. The top placing “Super Series” eligible bulls will share $10,000* at each event. You don’t have to name your bull or pay the $300 Super Series entry fee until entries open for the Spring Spectacular.

2015 Super Series Events:

Spring Spectacular  *  Locust Grove, Oklahoma  *  April 4

Red River Chute Out  *  Ada, Oklahoma  *  April 25

Battle of the Bull  *  Palestine, TX  * July 20


Lots of Exciting News from the UBBI For 2015

January 15th, 2015

UBBI National Finals. File photo by Todd Brewer

The United Bucking Bull, Inc will begin it’s 5th season in 2015 and lots of exciting news is coming from UBBI Headquarters in Stephenville, Texas!

“Probably the most exciting thing for us is the addition of the United Futurity League (UFL),” stated Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “We have 40 Franchises or Teams that will compete in a 3 bull team format at 3 regular season events and year-end Finals! The UFL will payout almost $400,000 in prize money this season!”

The UFL schedule has been set. Four of the 6 UFL events will be held in conjunction with UBBI contests at the Spring Spectacular in Locust Grove, Oklahoma on April 3rd and 4th; the Red River Chute Out in Ada, Oklahoma on April 24th and 25th; the Battle of the Bull in Palestine, Texas on June 19th and 20th and the Battle of the Bull in Palestine, Texas on July 17th and 18th. Team owners can enter their bulls into the UFL event as a team and also pay regular season entry fees of $450 per individual bull. They can buck their bull once and the bull score will count for both the UFL & UBBI regular season competitions! The remaining 2 of 6 events will be held in Hamilton, Texas at the Circle T Arena on August 8th. All 40 Franchises will participate at the last event, 20 teams competing against each other in the morning the remaining 20 teams competing that afternoon. The UFL Finals will be held in conjunction with the UBBI National Finals at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas!

The UBBI Youth Futurity Series has added an event to the schedule, for a total of 5 regular season events and a Finale again this season! Once again Pull-Do Trailers, Greenville Steel and Redneck Trailer Parts have donated a flatbed gooseneck trailer to be raffled off for UBBI Youth Scholarships in 2015. Last season with the help of these sponsors, the UBBI Youth Members raised $12,000 for the UBBI Youth Scholarship Program. A new rule for Youth Futurity competition in 2015 will be limiting youth to entering only 2 bulls per competition, unless otherwise posted in the entry details.

The Rhinestone Renegades Women’s Futurity events will once again be a part of the UBBI schedule as well. With 4 regular season events and the Finale, the women will have an opportunity to compete for prize money, buckles and other awards!

The Gold Standard Futurity and the Black Gold Derby are the largest and biggest paying events on the UBBI schedule each season. With 150 futurity entries and 100 derby entries, these events will payout a total of $250,000 in prize money! In addition, members can “Double Down” and combine a futurity and derby entry as a team for additional prize money! These events will be combined this year and held together inside the Pontotoc County Agri-Plex in Ada, Oklahoma on May 15-16! A new rule for 2015 will state that Gold Standard and Black Gold eligible bulls must have competed in at least one regular season UBBI event in order to participate at this year’s Gold Standard and Black Gold events!

There are two additional regular season events on this year’s UBBI schedule. One in February in Palestine, Texas and one on July 31 thru August 1st in Locust Grove, Oklahoma! There are plenty of great opportunities for UBBI members to be successful in 2015! Good luck to everyone!

United Futurity League Schedule Announced

January 15th, 2015

File Photo by Gautreau

The “new” United Futurity League (UFL) has set it’s schedule for the 2015 season! Each Franchise or Team will compete at 3 regular season events and the Top 20 Teams based on points will advance to the UFL Finals. Each Franchise will have the opportunity to chose 2 of it’s 3 competitions from the following event locations:

Spring Spectacular  Locust Grove, Oklahoma  April 3-4
Red River Chute Out  Ada, Oklahoma  April 24-25
Battle of the Bull  Palestine, Texas  June 19-20
Battle of the Bull Palestine, Texas  July 17-18

Team owners can enter their bulls into the UFL event as a team and also pay regular season entry fees of $450 per individual bull at these events. They can buck their bull once and the bull score will count for both the UFL & UBBI regular season competitions! The remaining 2 of 6 events will be held in Hamilton, Texas at the Circle T Arena on August 8th. All 40 Franchises will participate at the last event, 20 teams competing against each other in the morning the remaining 20 teams competing that afternoon. The UFL Finals will be held in conjunction with the UBBI National Finals at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas! We’re are extremely excited about the United Futurity League competitions and wish everyone the best of luck!

United Bucking Bulls, Inc Changes It’s Entry Policy

January 14th, 2015

In order to better serve it’s members, the United Bucking Bulls, Inc will change it’s entry process for the 2015 season.

“History shows us that our members lean more toward finalizing their entries sometime during the period just two weeks before the event,” explained Randy Schmutz. “So we are going to accommodate them! Basically the entries will now be open (5 days) Monday thru Friday two weeks before a scheduled event and then the draw will be posted on Monday the week of the event.”

After entries are closed as posted in the Entry Details, if positions are still available, any accepted entry will include a $100 penalty.

Entries for the first event of the season to be held in Palestine, Texas on January 23-24 will now remain open until this Friday, January 16th.

Schmutz commented, “We have a good number of entries for our first event in Palestine and well over 120 bulls, but we’ve received a number of calls from members with bulls to enter and so we’ve made this policy change and will now handle all entries this way in 2015!”

ENTRIES FOR THE “BATTLE OF THE BULL” EVENT IN PALESTINE, TEXAS ON JANUARY 23-24 WILL CLOSE THIS FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th! Click HERE for Entry Form!

UBBI Hosts Pre-Futurity & Pre-Derby Event

December 1st, 2014

The 2015 season is just around the corner and everyone is gearing up for another great year! The UBBI will host a “warm-up” event for coming 2 year old and coming 3 year old bulls on December 20th in Palestine, Texas. This event will feature a pre-futurity for 2013 born bulls that will be bucked with a dummy for 5 seconds. The pre-derby event will be for 2012 born bulls and will be bucked with a rider. The pre-derby event will be a “BRING YOUR OWN RIDER” or “SELECT YOUR OWN RIDER” format. If you are unable to bring your own rider, you will be able to select a rider from a group of contestants on site.

Fees for the Pre-Futurity will be $400 and for the Pre-Derby they will be $400 plus $100 for rider fees. Entries are open now and will close on Friday, December 12th. Check-in will be on Friday, December 19th from 5p to 8p and on Saturday, December 20th from 9a to Noon. The event will be at 2pm starting with the Pre-Futurity and followed one hour later by the Pre-Derby.

Click HERE for Event Details & Entry Forms

UBBI Members Enjoy Success at American Bucking Bulls, Inc World Finals

October 27th, 2014

Bull #013 Tracker from DAM Cattle Company performing at the 2014 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

It was great to see a number of UBBI members qualify and participate at this year’s American Bucking Bulls, Inc (ABBI) World Finals in Las Vegas during the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals event. At least 50 bulls that have competed at UBBI events during the 2014 season, participated at the ABBI World Finals and some were very successful.

Dam Cattle Company, owned by John Donaho and Jim Murff entered the ABBI Wild Card event with bull #013 Tracker and won first place and $10,000! The win also included an opportunity to compete at the ABBI World Finals Classic event where Tracker ultimately finished in 8th place. Other UBBI members who enjoyed success in the Classic event were Rockin Rafter P Ranch (CJ & Cathy Pilcek) with their bull #001 Smooth Operator, who finished in 3rd place. Smooth Operator was also consigned to the ABBI Premium Sale and fetched a price of $125,000! Bull #626 Karaoke owned by Elite Bucking Bulls/Mike White finished 4th in the Classic. Bull #055 Bad Tattoo owned by Folds/Strickland/Nelson/Ray/Melton and bull #79 JoJo owned by Dennis & Jan Owens and Mike Lane, both split 11th and 12th place. JoJo was later sold in the ABBI Premium Sale for $45,000!

In the Futurity, Dennis & Jan Owens had two bulls finish in the Top 10, including bull #W604 Big Show who finished 6th. Bull #111 Make It Rain from Owens/Parson and Barrett/Prewitt’s bull #731 Stormy Nights split 8th and 9th place. Canada and Oklahoma teamed up with Young Money Cattle Co/Komant/Barrett to finish 10th with bull #277 Forco’s Dirty Little Secret.

In the Derby event, bull #117 Playgun from Cord McCoy/2 Bit Bucking Bulls, who won this year’s UBBI National Finals Derby Championship split 6th and 7th with bull #153 Little Jacob from Bean Counter Bucking Bulls. Both bulls competed at this year’s UBBI National Finals!

Also a big congratulations to Ace of Spades Ranch (Scott Accomazo) and McGuire Cattle for winning the ABBI Yearling Futurity with bull #324. The partnership won $60,000 for first place and later sold the bull in the ABBI Premium Sale for $70,000!

Congrats to everyone in Las Vegas!

DAM Cattle Company’s #013 Tracker Wins ABBI Wild Card

October 22nd, 2014

Bull #013 Tracker from DAM Cattle Company winning the ABBI World Finals Wild Card. Photo by Andy Watson

The American Bucking Bull, Inc (ABBI) World Finals is in full swing and Las Vegas has turned into a bucking bull mecca and the “Promised Land” for some. A number of UBBI members and their bulls are in tinsel town to flex their muscle and try to bring home the chips. The week’s competition started on Tuesday morning with the Wild Card competition and 18 three and four year old bulls lined up to show their stuff. At stake was a “winner take all” prize of $10,000 and a chance to move on to the ABBI Classic Finals competition inside the Thomas & Mack Center. A $200,000 first place check is on the line at the end of that Classic competition.

When all was said and done and the scores were added up, DAM Cattle Company’s bull #013 Tracker, owned by John Donaho and Jim Murff put ‘em in the winner’s circle! They cashed a $10,000 check and Tracker will move on to compete on Wednesday night, October 22nd during the PBR’s first performance of their World Finals!

Later on Tuesday, October 21st the 2 Year Old Futurity bulls took center stage. A number of Futurity bulls that have been regularly featured at UBBI events finished in the Top 20 including Scary Larry; Make It Rain; Forco’s Dirty Little Secret; Bottoms Up; Jungle’s Playboy; Double Dose; Stormy Nights and Big Show. Bull #W604 Big Show owned by Dennis & Jan Owens was the highest placing bull from that group, splitting 6th and 7th place and gathering up $6480.

Congratulations to all the UBBI members for qualifying to the ABBI World Finals and good luck with the rest of the week’s competition!

American Bucking Bull, Inc To Host It’s Year-End Finals

October 20th, 2014

Bad Tattoo is crowned UBBI Finals and World Champion Classic bull, owned by Folds/Strickland/Nelson/Ray/Melton. Photo by Gautreau

A lot of folks in the bucking bull business are “headin west” to the American Bucking Bull, Inc (ABBI) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada! A number of bulls that have been on the roster at UBBI events will be competing in the city of lights including the newly crowned UBBI Classic World Champion, Bad Tatoo owned by Folds/Strickland/Nelson/Ray/Melton and last year’s UBBI Derby World Champion, Jo Jo owned by Dennis & Jan Owens and Mike Lane. Sixteen of the 38 ABBI Classic Finals entries, have participated at UBBI events including Smooth Operator owned by Rockin Rafter P Ranch; Little Z owned by Martinez & Chism Bull Company; Justified owned by Allen Teller; Speed Bump owned by the Ferguson Ranch and Clayton owned by Chumley Cattle Company just to name a few.

In the Futurity category there are 57 ABBI Finals entries and 20 of them are UBBI participants including High Cost of Living from Rafter 3S/Donaho; Acting Crazy from Rockin R Bucking Bulls; Bad Beagle from Jared Allen’s Pro Bull Team; Buckley from Cord McCoy/Lesko Livestock; Duroc from Bob Schaaf/Gene Baker and Dirty Little Secret from Young Money Cattle Co/Komant/Barrett.

“We are really excited to see so many of our UBBI members qualify and attend the ABBI World Finals,” stated Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “We hope they all have great success in Las Vegas and have lots of fun!”

A number of 3 year old bulls are competing the the ABBI Lifetime Derby competition including Playgun owned

Cord & Sarah McCoy accepting the UBBI Derby Finals Champion check. Photo by Gautreua

by Cord McCoy/2 Bit Bucking Bulls who was the UBBI Finals Champion and Reserve UBBI World Champion bull.

“Playgun really stepped it up at the UBBI Finals,” explained Schmutz. “He won a total of $21,769 at the UBBI Finals and $24,835 total for the season!”

There are a total of over 50 two, three and four year old bulls competing at this year’s ABBI World Finals. And congratulations are in order for Larry and Tyler McConnell of McConnell Bucking Cattle and Kenny Vaught. Their bull and the 2013 UBBI Classic World Champion, For Sale has been selected to buck during the PBR World Finals.

Congratulations and Good Luck to everyone in Las Vegas!

UBBI Introduces Futurity Team Competition

October 14th, 2014

In it’s continued effort to provide it’s members more value, the United Bucking Bulls, Inc will add a Futurity Team Competition format to it’s schedule for the 2015 season! The new United Futurity League (UFL) will give members an opportunity to “own” a team and participate with 3 bulls on a team at 3 different UFL regular season events and a Year-End Finals.

“We’ve had a number of people ask us to put together a team competition,” explained Jimmy Ray, co-owner of the UBBI. “Some wanted us to have big bulls with riders in a team format, but we’re gonna offer this futurity team deal and see if it can grow from there!”

Members will purchase a UFL Franchise for $3500. Only 40 Franchises will be offered, beginning Monday, October 20th. Franchises will be assigned on a “first come – first serve” basis, meaning that the first 40 applications with a franchise deposit fee will retain a UFL Franchise for 2015. In the event there are more than 40 applicants, the UBBI will place those applicants on an alternate list in order of receipt. Thereafter, each Franchise owner will pay a $2500 sustaining fee beginning in the second year.

Each of the 40 Franchises will participate at 3 UFL regular season events. At least one of the 3 UFL events will be held in conjunction with a regular season UBBI Futurity, allowing Team bulls to enter the UFL event and UBBI Futurity. Bulls will buck once and bull scores will count for each contest. Entry fees for a regular season event will be $2500 and payback will be 80% ($40,000). The number of places paid out at the regular season events and year-end finals will be determined by the UFL Competition Committee. Click HERE for payout proposal.

“Our goal is to give these bull owners more opportunities to win more money with their two year old bulls during the season,” shared Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “We know that at least one UFL event for each team will be held in conjunction with a regular season UBBI Futurity. We’re going to try to schedule possibly 2 of the 3 UFL Team outs with a regular season UBBI Futurity. Team bulls have the option to also enter the UBBI futurity and pay two entry fees. Bulls will buck once and the score will count for both contest events!”

Each team will earn points based on how many teams they beat at each team event. In other words, with 20 teams entered, the first place team will earn 19 points (beating 19 teams). The second place team will earn 18 points, the third place team will earn 17 points and so on. After all 40 teams have competed at each of their 3 events the 30 teams with the most points will advance to the UFL Finals! Finals entry fees will be $5000 and will be paid back 100% for a total payout of $150,000 and $50,000 for first place. Click HERE for payout proposal.

Three-Hundred Ninety Thousand ($390k) dollars will be available to UFL Team owners during the regular season and UFL Year-End finals! A $3500 Franchise purchase fee allows members to own a Team and participate the first year. Each Franchise then competes at 3 regular season events with a total of $120,000 in prize money. And possibly qualify for a $150,000 Finals and win $50,000!

“We’re hoping this creates a real interest in what we’re doing here at UBBI and that bull owners will see the value in the United Futurity League,” stated Schmutz. “And if we get 40 franchises sold, we’re gonna work our tails off to provide the most positive experience possible for everyone involved!”

Click HERE for more information and a UFL Franchise Application

UBBI Championship Round Results

September 29th, 2014

Gary Yeary (Brody's father), Tim Lanier (COO of Kansas Star Arena), Phil Nightingale (General Manager Mel Hambelton Ford), Don Gay & Randy Schmutz presenting new truck to Tour Champion Brody Yeary. Photo by Gautreau

In the action-packed final round of the Don Gay Bull Riding Tour and United Bucking Bulls, Inc. National Finals, the bull riding champion walked away with a nice check and a brand new Ford pick-up truck from Mel Hambelton Ford of Wichita. The funny thing is, he’s barely legal to drive it.

Brody Yeary, 17-year-old bull rider from Brock, Texas came into the finals as the No. 1 man on the DGBRT, and he left that way too. With season earnings of over $19,000, Yeary emerged as the 2014 Don Gay Bull Riding Tour Champion.

“I never thought I’d win a truck, but I had the opportunity, so thanks to everyone at the Don Gay Bull Riding and UBBI and Mel Hambelton Ford,” Yeary said and added that the first place he’s going to drive his new ride is a bright and early start in the morning back to Texas to compete in a high school rodeo.

Ricky Aguair winning Tour Finals Championship on Cracker Jack from Carpenter & Hudgins. Photo by Gautreau

Another rider who was having a good Saturday night is Ricky Aguiar, Stephenville, Texas, who posted a score of 87 points on Cracker Jack, a bull owned by Carpenter & Hudgins. That score was the single highest score of the event and earned Aguair the Tour Finals Championship and a bonus of $4,000!

“I had seen the bull one time before and thought we’d fit pretty good together, got blessed and made a good bull ride,” Aguiar said.

He added that he hadn’t had the best results earlier in the tour but was hoping to make it up at the Finals. With a paycheck of $3,200 in the Championship Round, which included the highest pay out in the “Rank-Rider Score” competition as well, Aguiar’s hopes came to fruition with a total cash haul of $7,200!

Hopes were also high on the other side of the chutes, as stock contractors vied for their own championships with their bucking stock. Fifty bulls competed in the Championship Round, with the Top 25 from the first round of the Derby (3-year-old bulls) and Top 25 from the first round of the Classic (4 year-old bulls) coming back for Saturday night. And one man who knows firsthand about competition is Stock Contractor,

Cord McCoy with wife, Sarah, winning the Derby Finals Championship with their bull Playgun. Photo by Gautreau

Professional Bull Rider and Amazing Race Contestant, Cord McCoy. McCoy & 2 Bit Bucking Bulls’ bull Playgun, named after a famous horse of a friend of McCoy’s, took home the title of Derby Finals Champion and $21,769 in Finals money.

“He knows his job. He likes the arena floor. Even when the rider comes off, he keeps working the crowd,” McCoy said, citing wife Sara’s part in qualifying the bull for the Finals. “It’s bull competition. If you’re trying to produce the bulls, the only way to prove you’re raising top-quality bulls is to bring them to town and compete,” he said.

Playgun finished as the Reserve World Champion Derby bull.

Taking the title of World Champion in the Derby was the bull Hard Time, owned by Moss Brothers.

The Moss Family earns Derby World Championship with Hard Time. Photo by Gautreau

“People like him. They know what he’s going to do, and he’s rider friendly. So if someone does ride him they’re going to be a lot of points on him,” explained Owner, Gideon Moss, who added that Hard Time had had a “hard time” of his own, recovering from a mid-season injury to come back and clinch the title.

Hard Time earned a total of $17,515 in total season earnings to win the UBBI Derby World Champion buckle!

Another stock contractor who shares that sentiment is Cory Melton. “It just gives everybody in the bull business the opportunity to put value to their animals. In this business, with the UBBI steadily growing, it’s fun to see it get bigger and bigger. There’s definitely a lot of interest here,” Melton said of UBBI.

Bad Tattoo is crowned UBBI Finals and World Champion Classic bull, owned by Folds/Strickland/Nelson/Ray/Melton. Photo by Gautreau

His bull, Bad Tattoo, owned by Folds/Strickland/Nelson/Ray/Melton, took home double honors at the Finals. Bad Tattoo won the first round with a score of 89 points and was 87.5 points in the championship round to split 6th thru 8th places. Together with a combined score of 176.5 points, Bad Tattoo earned the UBBI Classic Finals Champion title and earned a total $21,415 in Finals loot. Bad Tattoo was crowed the UBBI Classic World Champion!

As a special treat in this year’s UBBI Championship Round, the boisterous crowd got to witness the Futurity Bonus Round, seeing 10 of the top 2-year-old bulls strutting their stuff rider-less for serious bonus cash, almost $7,000 extra, sponsored by the Kansas Star Casino.

“It’s the first time in the history of the business, [that] we’ve bucked 2 year olds in front of a crowd of people,” enthused UBBI General Manager, Randy Schmutz.

Bull #209 Bad Beagle owned by Jared Allen’s Pro Bull Team showed in front of a full house with a score of 88.5 points to earn $3,375 in bonus cash. Finishing in second was bull #1201 High Cost of Living form Rafter 3S & Donaho, earning $2,025 with a score of 88 points. And in 3rd was bull #Z26 Acting Crazy from Rockin R Bucking Bulls. His score was 86.75 points, earning $1,350.

And as an added bonus at this year’s UBBI National Finals, Rawhide Portable Corral Systems presented a new portable corral to Chumley  Cattle Company. His classic bull, Clayton finished among the Top 15 Classic bulls and was placed in a drawing and was randomly selected on Saturday during the UBBI National Finals Awards Banquet.

It’s safe to say that when it was all said and done, bull riders, stock contractors and bull riding spectators got more than they bargained for!

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