Event Results from Mineral Wells February 3rd

February 8th, 2017

BannerFebThe second of 4 Rock ‘N Bull Series UBBI events was held in Mineral Wells, Texas on February 3rd. There were a total of 66 bulls participating in the Futurity, Derby and Classic events.

Bull #144 from Mesa Pate/Sonny Barthold winning the Classic in Mineral Wells. Photo by Dugger

Bull #144 from Mesa Pate/Sonny Barthold winning the Classic in Mineral Wells. Photo by Dugger

The Derby and Classic bulls both performed on Friday night, but competed separately. There were 16 bulls competing in the Derby and the event paid 3 places. Bull #UTC411 How Bout It from Mike Sellers placed 1st with a score of 88.25 points and earned $2300. In second place was bull #B135 Big Red from Nathan Wolfe & Terry Coleman with a score of 87.25 points and in third place was bull #48B from D&H Cattle, posting a score of 86 points.

The Classic ended the evening with 12 bulls competing for 2 spots in the payout. Bull #144 from Mesa Pate/Sonny Barthold finished Friday night in the number one spot with a score of 87.5 points and earned $2070. Finishing in second place was bull #324A from Pritchett/Melton Bull Co with a score of 87  points, cashing a check for $1380.

The futurity competition started things off on Friday afternoon at 5pm with 38 entries. The top 7 bulls earned money toward qualifying for the 2017 UBBI National Finals and an additional 5 bulls earned money in the Silver Select payoff!

D&H Cattle and their partners Duello and Buck Cattle took the win with their

Bull #C13 Brutal from Duello/Buck Cattle/D&H Cattle winning the Futurity at Mineral Wells. Photo by Dugger

Bull #C13 Brutal from Duello/Buck Cattle/D&H Cattle winning the Futurity at Mineral Wells. Photo by Dugger

futurity bull #C13 Brutal with a score of 90.25 points, winning $2165. Reserve champion in the futurity went to bull #6 Power Play owned by Shining P Bucking Bulls with a score of 87.5 points. In third place was bull #504 from Brent Dorman with a score of 87.25 points and fourth place went to bull #S56 from Darrell Curley-Coolfield Bucking Bulls/Chase Foutch, scoring 86.75 points.

The top 7 bulls in the Futurity received UBBI Finals qualifier money and the next 5 bulls earned money in the Silver Select payout. The Silver Select payout was introduced in March of 2016. Entry fees at regular season UBBI futurity events were increased from $450 to $500. The $50 goes directly into the Silver Select payout and is paid back 100% to the next bulls placing outside the qualifier payout!

“We introduced the Silver Select payout last season,” stated Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “It was designed to increase participation in our Futurity events, while allowing those bulls that were placing just outside the qualifier payouts to earn money. It gives a larger number of participants a chance to win money. We will continue the Silver Select futurity payouts in 2017!”

Bull #537C Air Assault from 444 Bucking Bulls/Winston/Davis/Durham/D&H finished 8th and was first place in the Silver Select payout with a score of 85.75 points and earned $555. Bulls #57 Hot Wired from TNT Rodeo finished second in the Silver Select with a score of 85.5 points. Other bulls receiving Silver Select money were #90 Peace Rock from Stormy Foster; #524 from Scott Winston/Melton Bull Co; #553 Fireball from James Davis.

The next UBBI event will be in Mineral Wells, Texas on February 17-18! Click HERE for next event details.

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Rock ‘N Bull Series Kicks Off In Mineral Wells

January 24th, 2017
Shelley and Scott Hughes accepting the buckle for the Futurity win on behalf of 2H/Rafter B. Photo by Gautreau

Shelley and Scott Hughes accepting the buckle for the Futurity win on behalf of 2H/Rafter B. Photo by Gautreau

The first of 4 Rock ‘N Bull Series UBBI events was held in Mineral Wells, Texas on January 20th. There were a total of 79 bulls participating in the Futurity, Derby and Classic events. The futurity competition kicked things off at 5pm on Friday with 48 entries. The top 9 bulls earned money toward qualifying for the 2017 UBBI National Finals and an additional 7 bulls earned money in the Silver Select payoff!

Scott and Shelley Hughes and their partner Bob Blackwell (2H/Rafter B) got the

Bull #66 All Lives Matter winning the Futurity. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #66 All Lives Matter winning the Futurity. Photo by Gautreau

new year started off right with a futurity win with bull #66 All Lives Matter and a big score of 89.25 points. Hughes and Blackwell cashed a check for $2484 for first place. Reserve champion in the futurity went to bull #506 owned by Winston/Slaughter/Melton Bull Co with a score of 88 points. Bull #506 is sired by the bull Asteroid. There was a split for 3rd, 4th and 5th place with scores of 87.75 points. That money was shared with bull #567-C from KB Bulls/Gene Baker; bull #504 from Brent Dorman and bull #500 T-Bone from Hogue/Stibling/Foutch. Finishing out the top 9 placings were bulls #501 from Brent Dorman; #6 Power Play form Shining P Bucking Bulls; #X62 Hangman from Terry Coleman and #593 from Tom Baker.

The Silver Select payout was introduced in March of 2016. Entry fees at regular season UBBI futurity events were increased from $450 to $500. The $50 goes directly into the Silver Select payout and is paid back 100%!

“We introduced the Silver Select payout last season,” stated Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “It was designed to increase participation in our Futurity events, while allowing those bulls that were placing just outside the qualifier payouts to earn money. It gives a larger number of participants a chance to win money. We will continue the Silver Select futurity payouts in 2017!”

Bull #B135 Big Red from Wolfe/Coleman winning the Derby. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #B135 Big Red from Wolfe/Coleman winning the Derby. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #505 from James Hogue/Chase Foutch finished 10th and was first place in the Silver Select payout with a score of 85.5 points and earned $528. Bulls #501 Ram Jam from Mason & Mason and #84C Dos Equis from GT Bucking Bulls split second and third place in the Silver Select with scores of 85.25 points. Other bulls receiving Silver Select money were #503 Pan Am from Mason & Mason; #575 form Horizon Cattle Co; #C415 Rag Doll from Last Chance Land & Cattle/Chase Foutch and #333 from Kody Goodin/Criptic Cattle Co.

The Derby and Classic bulls both performed on Friday night, but

Bull #83 from Riley/Beckett/Lester/Lackey/Teague winning the Classic. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #83 from Riley/Beckett/Lester/Lackey/Teague winning the Classic. Photo by Gautreau

competedseparately. There were 20 bulls competing in the Derby and the event paid 4 places. Bull #B135 Big Red form Nathan Wolfe & Terry Coleman placed 1st with a score of 88.5 points and earned $2300. In second was bull #35B from Ace of Spades Ranch with a score of 87.75 points. In third place was bull #455 Double Tap from Blue Line Bucking Bulls, posting a score of 87.5 points and in 4th place was bull #JL101 Whipper Snapper from James Hogue/Chase Foutch with 86.25 points.

The Classic ended the evening with 11 bulls competing for 2 spots in the payout. Bull #83 from Riley/Beckett/Lester/Lackey/Teague finished Friday night in the number one spot with a score of 89.5 points and earned $1897. Finishing in second place was bull #391 Slingin Tears from Crooked River Livestock & Caveman Bucking Bulls. Bull #391 posted a score of 87.5 points and cashed a check for $1265.

The next UBBI event will be in Mineral Wells, Texas on February 3-4!

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UBBI Begins It’s Seventh Season

January 11th, 2017
Randy Schmutz presenting the first UBBI Futurity buckle to Nathan Wolfe at Winnie 2011. Photo by Glanville

Randy Schmutz presenting the first UBBI Futurity buckle to Nathan Wolfe at Winnie 2011. Photo by Glanville

January of 2017 marks the beginning of the seventh season for the United Bucking Bulls, Inc (UBBI)! The second weekend in January in 2011, the first official event was hosted at Nutty Jerry’s in Winnie, Texas with 37 Futurity, 38 Derby and 35 Classic entries and a total payout of $32,670! In 2011 during it’s first season, the UBBI paid out just over $1.1 million dollars in prize money. The 2016 UBBI season yielded a total payout of over $1.5 million!

“Time does fly when you’re having fun,” exclaimed Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “It is really hard to believe that we are about to begin our 7th season! And even more amazing that we’ve been able to pay back $7,937,000 to UBBI members over the past 6 years!”

The 2016 UBBI season purses included Open Futurity ~ $473,000;  UFL Futurity ~ $365,000;  Youth Futurity ~ $52,125;  Women’s Futurity ~ $17,975; Yearling Futurity ~ $32,000. In addition to these futurity payouts, the UBBI introduced the Futurity Silver Select payout that yielded an additional $28,500 in prize money, for a total of $968,600 in Futurity winnings! The Derby paid out $361,000 and the Classic paid out $186,000!

The 2017 season is already underway with events having been held in Hamilton, Texas on October 22nd and in Mineral Wells, Texas on December 17th! The season continues with a series of events in Mineral Wells on January 20-21;  February 3-4;  February 17-18;  March 3-4. These events will all feature classes for Futurity, Derby and Classic bulls.

The UBBI Futurity Silver Select Payout Will Continue in 2017

November 2nd, 2016

silver-select2017The United Bucking Bulls, Inc has always been on the cutting edge of new ideas to enhance the bucking bull industry! The Gold Standard Futurity & Black Gold Derby were the first events to offer ownership in positions to compete for bigger purses! The Wayne Hodges 4 Star Trailers Futurity Super Series offers additional bonus money and the use of a new aluminum trailer! In keeping with those cutting edge ideas, in 2017 the UBBI will continue with it’s Silver Select Futurity payout.

“In 2016 we introduced the new Silver Select payout and members really liked it,” stated Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “It adds to the number of paid positions at every UBBI Futurity event (except the Gold Standard & UFL futurities) and gives a larger number of participants a chance to win money below the normal qualifier payout!”

Entry fees at 2017 regular season UBBI futurity events are $500 and $50 from each entry fee will create the Silver Select payout and will be paid back 100%!

For example, at a futurity with 60 bulls entered, we will continue to pay 1 place for every 5 bulls entered, thus the top 12 placing bulls would earn a check toward qualifying for the UBBI National Finals. The forty-eight remaining bulls would then be eligible for the Silver Select payout (60 bulls x $50 = $3,000 paid 100%). Dividing those 48 bulls, 1 place for every 5 bulls, the Silver Select would then pay an additional 9 places. Silver Select winnings do NOT count as qualifier dollars toward UBBI National Finals or UBBI Futurity World Title.

“This is just another way for members to enter and win with bulls that are just out of those regular paid positions,” explained Schmutz. “The Silver Select payout adds value to our futurity system and keeps it simple for everyone to understand and also provides a return to more of our members!”

Dove Fest UBBI Event Kicks Off 2017 Season

November 2nd, 2016

dove-fest-2016-slideThe UBBI concluded it’s season on October 8th with the last performance of the 2016 UBBI National Finals in Ada, Oklahoma and started it’s 2017 campaign only two weeks later.

The first event of the new year was hosted by Cody Ohl in Hamilton, Texas at the prestigious Circle T Arena. Most people know Ohl as PRCA World Champion Calf Roper, but he has become a notable bucking bull owner as well.

“Cody has been involved with bucking bulls for quite a long time,” explained Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “He owned the 2009 ABBI World Champion Futurity Bull, Pure Smoke and has number of bulls featured on the PBR Tour each year!”

The Dove Fest UBBI Shoot Out hosted a pre-futurity event for the up and coming 2017 UBBI Futurity standouts and gave everyone a sneak peek at what we can expect out of this new group of bulls. Twenty-one 2015 born bulls took the stage and bull #51-Sunshine Whiskey owned by Barrett/Willis posted an 86.5 point score to win first place and $1890. In second was Tomaski Rodeo Co/Travis Fowler’s bull #55 Madi’s Habanero with a score of 86 points. Finishing in third place was #X62 Hangman from Terry Coleman and in fourth place was bull #C16 Foul Ball, with a score of 85 points, from Rockin R Bucking Bulls.

The Classic featured a number of familiar 3 year old bulls about to enter their 4 year old season of competition. Money won at this event counts toward crowning our 2017 UBBI Classic World Champioin.

Pritchett/Melton Bull Company’s bull #9A was only hauled on a limited basis last season as a 3 year old and did not earn any UBBI cash, but he changed all that by breaking out for his 4 year old campaign by winning 1st place and $2645 with a score of 87.75 points. In second place, was a new bull to the UBBI tour owned by Clay Taylor. Bull #909 Runaway Train posted a score of 87 points. Barker Bulls from New Mexico brought bull #313 Space Jam to Texas and returned to the Land of Enchantment with a 3rd place win and a score of 86.5 points. And finishing in 4th place #317 Big Crush from Carl & Gayla Dunlap, posting an 86 point outing.

It’s hard to believe that the 2017 season is underway, but we already have a race in the Classic competition!

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United Futurity League Concludes It’s 2016 Season

October 14th, 2016

The United Bucking Bulls, Inc created the United Futurity League in 2015 and has

Bull #407 Buffalo Scott from TBR Bucking Bulls was the "anchor" bull for the winning UFL Team. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #407 Buffalo Scott from TBR Bucking Bulls was the “anchor” bull for the winning UFL Team. Photo by Gautreau

now concluded it’s second consecutive season with the completion of the 2016 UBBI National Finals and UFL Team Finals event in Ada, Oklahoma! At each one of the 6 regular season events, there were 20 teams and 60 different bulls featured. Those bulls could also enter the open UBBI futurity and perform once and the score was counted in both competitions.

This year 40 different UFL franchises used 211 different bulls during 6 regular season UFL events. Twenty-five teams participated at this year’s UFL Team Finals and the event paid out $125,000 to the top 10 UFL Team owners.

Dennis Davis from the Jaynes Gang joins Jason & Amy Mogg to accept the check for winning the UFL Team Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Dennis Davis from the Jaynes Gang joins Jason & Amy Mogg to accept the check for winning the UFL Team Finals. Photo by Gautreau

“It was a very tough team competition this year at the finals,” stated Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “There were 75 bulls in the team competition and 34 of the top 50 UBBI National Finals Futurity bulls were also entered into the UFL Team Finals! That makes for a really tough set of bulls!”

Jason & Amy Mogg, together with the Jaynes Gang put together a really solid team that posted scores of 86.5 (Just Kidding), 86.75 (Go Blue) and 88 points (Buffalo Scott), for a total of 261.25 points and edged out the second place team by only .25 point! The win came with a check for $41,750! In second place was the team from D&H Cattle Team #2 with Nasty Habit (86.5), Olaf (86.75) and Budakon (87.75), picking up a check for $19,147! All Star Ranch’s team finished in third place with 258.25 points followed by a tie for 4th/5th place with Cord & Sara McCoy/Joe & Nina Webb and D&H Cattle Team #1. Both teams posted total scores of 256.5 points.

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D&H Cattle’s Big Sky Wins Big at UBBI National Finals

October 14th, 2016
Bull #406 Big Sky from D&H Cattle wins the UBBI National Finals & World Championship. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #406 Big Sky from D&H Cattle wins the UBBI National Finals & World Championship. Photo by Gautreau

The best 50 two year old bulls in the UBBI gathered in Ada, Oklahoma to see who would ultimately win the UBBI Futurity World Championship and Finals Championship! At the completion of the Futurity on Friday morning it was obvious that bull

Rooster Gilstrap accepts the buckles for the Futurity World Championship and Finals Championship. Photo by Gautreau

Rooster Gilstrap accepts the buckles for the Futurity World Championship and Finals Championship. Photo by Gautreau

#406 Big Sky from D&H Cattle Company was prepared for the “Big Show”! Big Sky produced an 89.25 point score to win the event and the UBBI Finals Championship and that came with a first place check of $10,000. Together with his regular season earnings of $4481, Big Sky earned a total of $14,481 to also win the 2016 UBBI Futurity World Championship. Each year the UBBI presents a $5,000 bonus to both the Finals Champion and World Champion in each class (Futurity, Derby,

The Top 12 Futurity winners at the 2016 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

The Top 12 Futurity winners at the 2016 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Classic). So add it up. . . .$14,481 in regular season and finals earnings, a $5000 Finals Champion bonus and a $5000 World Champion bonus! All total ~ $24,481! Together with Big Sky’s Gold Standard Futurity and Silver Select earnings, the D&H Cattle dynamo banked a total of $38,800 in UBBI cash! Note the highest earning UBBI Futurity bull this season was #423 War Cloud with $43,429 in total earnings, including regular season, finals and Gold Standard Futurity money!

All Star Ranch’s bull #413 Little Texas was an outstanding bull all year long and helped Ted Keeling and his team win over $35,000 in UFL cash, $2502 regular season money and $7500 in UBBI National Finals earnings! Little Texas was the Reserve National Finals Champion, finishing in second place with with a score of 88.5 points and in second place for the year-end!

Tom & Peggy’s bull #A9W Topped Off posted a score of 88.25 points to finish #3 at this year’s UBBI National Finals and earned $5500, followed by TBR Bucking Bulls’ #407 Buffalo Scott in fourth place!

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Biker Bob Rides Into the #1 Spot

October 14th, 2016
The Top 12 Derby winners at the 2016 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

The Top 12 Derby winners at the 2016 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Everyone involved in the bucking bull industry understands things can changein an instant. You can go from first to last in one jump, or you can move from the top 10 to 1st place in two performances! That was the case with Scott Cattle Company’s bull #323 Biker Bob! JR Scott’s big-horned, red bull entered the UBBI National Finals in 7th place. But after a first place finish in the first round and third place finish in the second round, Biker Bob placed second in the aggregate to earn a total of $9000 at this year’s UBBI National Finals, to catapult to the UBBI Derby World Championship title!

“It’s always exciting to see these bulls peak at the absolute right time,” explained

Biker Bob at the 2016 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Biker Bob at the 2016 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “Biker Bob has always been a bull that shows up and wins money! But he definitely did it at the right time and at the right place!”

Biker Bob posted an 89 point score in the first round to earn $1000 for the go-round win! Tom & Peggy’s bull #JF310 Power Plant placed second with 88.5 points and in third place was Cody Ohl’s bull #761 Bushwacked, with a score of 88.25 points. Other top 10 finishers

Bull #20A High Test from D&H Cattle. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #20A High Test from D&H Cattle. Photo by Gautreau

included bull #193 THE Communicator from Sellers Bucking Bulls; bull #20A High Test from D&H Cattle; bull #591 Smooth Over from GT Bucking Bulls; bull #000 Dennis the Menace from Ace of Spades/Clint McGuire; bull #301 Show Me Homie from JK Elite/McConnell Bucking Bulls; bull #773 Top Spot from Tom & Peggy and bull #200 Over the Top from Long Ranch.

The top 25 Derby bulls after the first round performed again on Saturday to determine the UBBI Derby National Finals Champion and ultimately

Rooster Gilstrap accepts the Finals Champion buckle on behalf of D&H Cattle. Photo by Gautreau

Rooster Gilstrap accepts the Finals Champion buckle on behalf of D&H Cattle. Photo by Gautreau

the UBBI Derby World Champion.

Bull #20A High Test from D&H Cattle had a stellar performance on Saturday with an 89.5 point outing and together with his first round score of 87.75 points, had a total of 177.25 points to win the UBBI Finals Championship and a total of $11,000 in qualifier dollars. High Test also received the UBBI National Finals Championship bonus of $5000.

Bull #3195 Lil Bit of Terror from Juma Rodeo Stock had an 84.75 point score in

Chad Guidry accepting the UBBI Derby World Championship buckle on behalf of Scott Cattle Co. Photo by Gautreau

Chad Guidry accepting the UBBI Derby World Championship buckle on behalf of Scott Cattle Co. Photo by Gautreau

the first round to split 21st thru 23rd place to qualify for the championship round. But on Saturday night, the bull from Wyoming really stepped it up to finish second in the round with a score of 88.75 points and ultimately landed in the fifth place position in the aggregate. Lil Bit of Terror won a total of $4800 in Finals money.

But in the end it was Biker Bob, who finished 3rd in the championship round, posting a score of 88 points, together with his first round score of 89 points, totaled 177 points to finish second place in the aggregate and earned $9000 in Finals earnings. Power Plant from Tom & Peggy finished 6th in the championship round, third in the aggregate and was the Reserve World Champion Derby Bull.

“It was a really tight finish for the Derby World Title this season,” Schmutz explained. “In the end, with finals earnings, Biker Bob won a total of $14,213 just ahead of Tom & Peggy’s Power Plant with $13,466! That’s only a difference of $747!”

Biker Bob had $5213 in regular season earnings, $9000 in Finals earnings to total $14,213 in qualifier dollars to win the world championship, plus a $5000 world champion bonus and $1825 in Black Gold Derby money for a total UBBI haul of $21,038! Congrats to Chad Guidry for handling Biker Bob for JR Scott!

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Locke & Loaded Wins Big at UBBI National Finals

October 14th, 2016

It’s been said that patience is a virtue! To have patience in the bucking bull industry is indeed a quality and at times patience does pay off! Gary and Nedra Keel, have been waiting for this moment for a long time and it almost didn’t happen.

Gary & Nedra Keel accepting the UBBI Classic World Champion buckle. Pictured here with Mike Weston (left) and Jimmy Ray (right). Photo by Gautreau

Gary & Nedra Keel accepting the UBBI Classic World Champion buckle. Pictured here with Mike Weston (left) and Jimmy Ray (right). Photo by Gautreau

“We bought the bull from Johnny and David Locke as a two year old and partnered with Kyle Walgren,” explained Gary Keel. “We entered him in the UBBI Gold Standard Futurity that year and split 4th and 5th place with him, but he got hurt there and had a severe hip injury!”

Keel was not optimistic that he would recover and Walgren agreed to let him keep

Bull #212 Locke & Loaded at the 2016 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #212 Locke & Loaded at the 2016 UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

the bull to breed with and move on. During his three year old year, Locke & Loaded was bucked a limited amount of times and showed promise.  But in 2016, Keel put the bull on the road and the rest is history!

Bull #212 Locke & Loaded earned $4025 in regular UBBI season earnings to enter the UBBI National Finals in the 8th position

Losing My Religion from Owens / Wyatt. Photo by Gautreau

Losing My Religion from Owens / Wyatt. Photo by Gautreau

$4094 behind the leader, bull #Z26 Acting Crazy from Martinez Bucking Bulls. In the first round, Locke & Loaded performed well and posted a score of 87 points to finish 7th on Friday night. But it was his Saturday night performance that sealed the deal. With the highest marked bull score of the entire finals, Locke & Loaded put up a score of 90 points, for a total of 177 points to place 2nd in the aggregate and earn $8500 in Finals cash! That moved Locke & Loaded to the #1 spot in the UBBI Classic standings, with a total of $12,525 and $925 ahead of D&H Cattle/Flinn’s Sketchy Bob and $1406 ahead of Martinez

Top 12 Classic winners at the UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Top 12 Classic winners at the UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Bucking Bulls’ Acting Crazy! Locke & Loaded became the 2016 UBBI Classic World Champion.

“I’m glad the bull did well,” shared Gary Keel. “My wife Nedra was getting a little frustrated. But now she’s more excited

Eldon Flinn (center) accepting the UBBI Classic Finals Champion buckle. Photo by Gautreau

Eldon Flinn (center) accepting the UBBI Classic Finals Champion buckle. Photo by Gautreau

about the win maybe more than I am. And I wanna thank Mike Weston for all of his help with the bull too!”

The first round of Classic bull competition saw bull #Z8-8 Losing My Religion from Dennis Owens/Sam Wyatt winning the round with a score of 89.75 points, followed by Sketchy Bob with a score of 89.25 points. Bull #1206 Cut the Cord from Aduddell/Owens scored 88.25 points to finish 3rd.

In the Championship Round on Saturday night, Locke & Loaded finished first

Sketchy Bob at the UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

Sketchy Bob at the UBBI National Finals. Photo by Gautreau

with 90 points. Sketchy Bob was second with 89 points, Handsome Jeff from Long Ranch/R&L Bulls finished 3rd with 88.25 points, Organized Crime from D&H/OK Corralis/Gordon finished 4th with 87.75 points and Vegas Lights from A Bulls finished 5th with 87.5 points.

With scores of 89.25 and 89 points in two rounds, Sketchy Bob won the aggregate with 178.25 points and the UBBI National Finals Classic Championship, with a total of $11,600 in finals earnings and an additional $5000 Finals Champion bonus for a total take of $16,600! Locke & Loaded finished second in the aggregate with combined scores of 87 and 90 points, for a total of 177 points and $8500 in finals money and a $5000 Classic World Champion bonus for a total of $13,500! Vegas Lights, Organized Crime and Cut the Cord finished 3rd, 4th and 5th in the aggregate.

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Stage is Set for the 2016 UBBI National Finals

October 5th, 2016

ubbi-finals-2016-artworkThe 2016 UBBI National Finals is set to roll into Ada, Oklahoma this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 6-7-8! The Pontotoc County Agri-Plex Arena is the new home of this year’s Finals and will begin Wednesday unloading 191 bucking bulls for competition. There are 50 bulls each in the three categories of competition, Futurity, Derby and Classic and 25 UFL teams and over $325,000 in prize money will be doled out this weekend.

Bulls will begin checking in on Wednesday from 5pm to 8pm and then again on Thursday from 10am until 1pm. The UBBI will host a mandatory stock contractor meeting and finals orientation Thursday from 2pm to 3pm in the Agri-Plex Arena grandstands. There will be a meet & Greet for bull riders and stock contractors from 5pm to 6:30pm followed by the first performance starting at 7:30pm featuring the Top 50 Derby bulls.

The UBBI Futurity National Finals and UFL Team Finals will begin at 9am on Friday and conclude with the Futurity awards ceremony. The second performance, showcasing the best 50 Classic bulls will be Friday at 7:30pm.

On Saturday at noon, Rawhide Portable Corral will once again host our Awards Banquet and Luncheon at 12 noon. This event will be inside the Pontotoc County Convention Center next to the Agri-Plex arena. And the final performance, with the Top 25 Derby and Top 25 Classic bulls, from the previous 2 performances, will wrap up at 7:30pm on Saturday night.

Pre-sale tickets are available at Steppin Out Western Store in Ada and Seth Wadley’s Chevrolet of Ada or at the door the night of the show. Tickets start at $12 and are half price for children. There are also reserved seats and “dirt pass” tickets for the arena floor.

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