United Futurity League Hosts It’s First 2016 Event

April 15th, 2016
Jimmy Ray presenting the check and Tres Rios buckle to Tom Peterson & Peggy Van Cleve along with Laramie Wilson. Photo by Gautreau

Jimmy Ray presenting the check and Tres Rios buckle to Tom Peterson & Peggy Van Cleve along with Laramie Wilson. Photo by Gautreau

The UBBI United Futurity League kicked off it’s 2016 season at this year’s Spring Spectacular in Locust Grove, Oklahoma on April 2nd! Twenty teams and 60 bulls competed at the first UFL event with 47 of the 60 bulls also entering and competing in the UBBI Open Futurity. Those bulls bucked once and their scores counted in both the team competition and the open futurity.

Bull #A9W, owned by Tom & Peggy posting an 88 point score to help win the Spring Spectacular UFL event. Photo by Gautreau.

Bull #A9W, owned by Tom & Peggy posting an 88 point score to help win the Spring Spectacular UFL event. Photo by Gautreau.

When the dust settled and all the team scores were tabulated, it was the H-C/Tom & Peggy team of bulls that came out on top by only a .25 point ahead of the #2 team owned by BS Cattle Company. Tom Peterson & Peggy Van Cleve’s team combined there scores of 88, 86.5 and 85.5 points, for a total of 260 points, to win 1st place and $15,000! Bull #A9W was the anchor bull with an 88 point score!

Brandon Stewart (BS Cattle Co) and his partners Jack & Dot Verbois, Bob & Jeri Adams and Doug & Heather Stubbs finished 2nd with a total score of 259.75 points, including an 87.75, 86.25 and 85.75 point scores, to win 2nd and $6,500!

UFL winners at the Spring Spectacular sporting their new award vests and custom RTIC tumblers. Photo by Gautreau.

UFL winners at the Spring Spectacular sporting their new award vests and custom RTIC tumblers. Photo by Gautreau.

Finishing in both the 3rd and the 4th place position were teams owned by D&H Cattle Company with scores of 259 points and 258.75 points to each checks for $5,000 and $3,750!

Dee Bland with Bland Bucking Bulls placed 5th with total scores of 256.5 points just ahead of Cord McCoy/K-C/G-G with total scores 253.75 points. The Top 8 included another team from Tom & Peggy finishing 7th and Scott Cattle Co/Guidry Land & Cattle ending up in 8th place! Total payout to the Top 8 teams was $40,000!

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12th Annual Spring Spectacular Adds Grand Prize

March 22nd, 2016

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For the 12th year in a row, the Spring Spectacular Futurity~Derby~Classic will get the month of April kicked off in a BIG way on April 1st and 2nd! This is the second year for the event to be held at Sycamore Springs Ranch in Locust Grove, Oklahoma!

“It’s amazing to me that it’s been 12 years,” stated Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “When Amber and I started the Spring Spectacular in 2005, it was simply to try and build on the foundation and hard work that Bob Tallman began with the Rodeo Stock Registry and the Buckers, Inc! We’re proud that it has been successful and continues to grow!”

This year, the UBBI together with Grapevine Kawasaki~Polaris and Sycamore Springs Ranch will give away a new Polaris Ranger 570 UTV valued at over $11,000! All UBBI participants entered into the Spring Spectacular Open Futurity are eligible to win. The Top 10 placing futurity bulls will be entered into a random drawing. Ten ignition keys will be placed into a bucket and each owner of the Top 10 bulls will randomly select a key. The member with the key that starts the Polaris Ranger will win it!

“This is gonna be really exciting! And add a unique value to this year’s Spring Spectacular Futurity,” explained Schmutz. “If you enter 6 bulls and 3 of them place in the Top 10, you’ll have 3 chances to win! Literally the 10th placing bull could drive away in a brand new Polaris Ranger from Grapevine Kawasaki~Polaris and Sycamore Springs Ranch!”

In addition to the regular season Futurity, Derby and Classic, this year’s event will once again host the first United Futurity League (UFL) competition of the 2016 season. Twenty futurity bull teams will be competing for $40,000! UFL team bulls may also be entered individually into the open futurity and be eligible to win the Polaris Ranger! Team bulls entered into the open futurity will buck once for 2 scores and be eligible for prize money in both competitions. The UBBI will once again roll out the red carpet with it’s Spring Spectacular Breeders Social and complimentary dinner and calcutta on Friday (April 1st) at 4pm.  The Top 10 in each event will receive a Spring Spectacular award jacket and the winner in each event will also win a Tres Rios Silver Championship Buckle.

Futurity entry fees are $500 and the event will feature the “new” Silver Select payout! Fifty dollars of the $500 entry fee will go into 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 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 the next 9 bulls. A 60 head futurity will pay 12 places plus 9 places in the Silver Select payout for a total of 21 places paid. Silver Select winnings will NOT count as qualifier dollars toward UBBI National Finals or UBBI Futurity World Title.

“I’d like to thank Aaron McWhorter, the owner of Grapevine Kawasaki~Polaris and Jerry Rush, the owner of Sycamore Springs Ranch for supporting the 2016 Spring Spectacular,” explained Randy Schmutz. “Aaron and Jerry both are a part of the bucking bull family and strong supporters of our industry!”

Entries are OPEN now and will close Friday, March 25th. Click HERE for entry details!

You Can Own a UFL Franchise

March 22nd, 2016

UNCLE SAM SLIDE UFL

You Can Own a UFL Franchise! We have 2 UFL Teams available for the 2016 season. You simply have to pay the 2016 Sustain Fee ($2500) and you own the team. You will compete at 3 regular season events with 3 bulls on your team. Entry fees are $2500 at each event and will pay $15,000 to the winner and pay 8 places. The top 30 teams (based on points) will compete at the UFL Finals, held in conjunction with the UBBI National Finals. Entry fee is $5,000 and will pay $50,000 to the winner and pay 10 places.

You can use 3 different bulls each team out (9 different bulls) and you do not have to own the bulls on your team! If your team qualifies for the UFL Finals, all 3 bulls used must have competed at a UFL regular season event to be eligible. Click HERE for UFL info, payouts and event schedule!

Contact Kenzie at the UBBI office immediately if you would like to be a UFL Franchise owner!!!

Boston Porter Memorial Has Record Number of Youth Entries

March 22nd, 2016
Top 20 Youth Futurity Winners with sponsors (left) Scott Winston and (right) David Findley & Jackson Winston. Photo by Gautreau

Top 20 Youth Futurity Winners with sponsors (left) Scott Winston and (right) David Findley & Jackson Winston. Photo by Gautreau

The 10th Annual Boston Porter Memorial Bull Riding was held in Palestine, Texas on March 18th and 19th. This event featured the second of six UBBI Youth Futurity events this season and attracted a record number 65 youth entries! There were 44 different UBBI Youth Members participating at the Boston Porter Memorial event!

“The Boston Porter Memorial is an event that was started to honor Jimmy and Kim Ray’s grandson who lost his life in a tragic accident at the age of only 14 months old,” shared Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “Over the past 10 years this event has raised and awarded over $100,000 in Youth Scholarships to students in Anderson County!”

Blaine Burleson (center) accepting the Youth Futurity Champion buckle with (from left to right) Jackson Winston, Scott Winston, David Findley and Jimmy Ray. Photo by Gautreau

Blaine Burleson (center) accepting the Youth Futurity Champion buckle with (from left to right) Jackson Winston, Scott Winston, David Findley and Jimmy Ray. Photo by Gautreau

The UBBI Youth Futurity Series is once again sponsored by Rockin R Bucking Bulls (Chad Ramer & David Findley) and this event’s buckle was presented by Scott & Jackson Winston of

Bull #3-16 Pasture Blaster from Blaine Burleson winning the Youth Futurity. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #3-16 Pasture Blaster from Blaine Burleson winning the Youth Futurity. Photo by Gautreau

Winston Bucking Bulls from Arkansas!

Young Blaine Burleson continued his winning ways by placing 1st with Pasture Blaster, scoring 88.5 points and earned a check for $2080. Two Brothers Bucking Bulls/Westin Cobb placed second with bull #04 Prayer Warrior with a score of 87.25 points. In third place was Kason Arjona from Missouri who placed with his bull #404 LJ404, scoring 86.5 p0ints. And rounding out the top 4 was Chayden Stpehenson/Flying W with bull #7/4 #7 Black Label posting an 86.25 point score. The entry fees were $275 per entry and $225 was paid back to the Top 20 placing bulls!

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10th Annual Boston Porter Memorial Bull Riding Attracts 212 Bulls

March 22nd, 2016

Boston Porter, who was Nicole Harris’ son and grandson to Jimmy and Kim Ray,

London & Lincoln Porter displaying the American Flag. Photo by Gautreau

London & Lincoln Porter displaying the American Flag. Photo by Gautreau

lost his life at 14 months old in a tragic accident. Ten years ago they began hosting a bull riding event to raise funds to support a scholarship program in Boston’s name. This year’s event was an overwhelming success and all the proceeds will once again go toward educational scholarships to youth in Anderson County (Palestine, Texas).

The UBBI has been a part of this great event now for the past 5 years

Bull #JF310 Power Plant winning the Derby. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #JF310 Power Plant winning the Derby. Photo by Gautreau

and this year’s event attracted 212 bulls in the Youth Futurity, Futurity, Derby & Classic!

Friday’s bull riding featured 48 Derby  Bulls (3 year olds) and the first performance of the Rank Bull Rider Tour. Tom Peterson & Peggy Van Cleve took top honors with their bull #JF310 Power Plant, who scored 89.25 points. Tom & Peggy picked up a 1st place check totaling $3174. Second place belonged to bull #3134 OXX owned by Scott

From left to right, Laramie Wilson, Peggy Van Cleve and Tom Peterson accepting the buckle for their Derby win. Photo by Gautreau

From left to right, Laramie Wilson, Peggy Van Cleve and Tom Peterson accepting the buckle for their Derby win. Photo by Gautreau

Burleson, with a score of 88.75 points. OXX won last year’s Youth Finale event and has definitely graduated up to the big leagues. Finishing in third place was bull #IV37 from NIP Ranch

(Nadine Ivy Phillips) with a score of 88.25 points. And in fourth was bull #Tc302 Opus from McCoy Ranches, scoring 88 points.

Bull #1413 owned by Love Land & Cattle/Long Ranch winning Futurity. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #1413 owned by Love Land & Cattle/Long Ranch winning Futurity. Photo by Gautreau

Saturday morning started with the Youth Futurity (Click HERE to view Youth Futurity story) and then was followed by 79 open futurity entries. The competition got noticeably tough really early with the second bull in the order posting a score of 89.5 points. Bull #1413 from Love Land & Cattle/Long Ranch put on a show and set the bar for everyone else to try to jump over. Bull #1413 earned $3377 and another $1880 as the highest placing Super Series enrolled bull. Bull #411 Pat’s Pride from Stormy Foster/Terry Williams almost made it over that bar with a score of 88.25 points and finished second and earned $2488 plus $1410 in Super Series bonus money. Tom & Peggy got back to the pay window, picking up a check for 3rd place with bull #49B Top Line, scoring 87.75 points. And 4th place was bull #402 from Winston Loe/Melton Bull Company posting an 87.5 point score.

The “new” Silver Select payout was implemented at this week’s event. Fifty dollars from each entry fee was placed into the Silver Select payout (79 entries x $50 = $3950) and paid back 100%! With 79 bulls entered into the event, the futurity

Bull #804 Hustle Man winning the Classic. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #804 Hustle Man winning the Classic. Photo by Gautreau

paid 15 places. Bulls placing 16th through 27th place shared in a purse of $3950. Sixteenth through 20th place was split with scores of 85.25 points and each earned $481. Twenty-first place earned $296 and so on thru 27th place.

The Classic event featured 20 entries and the folks from Mississippi took all the money back to the southeast. Bull #804 Hustle Man owned by Henry Mladenka/Hosey Bridges/Chris Smith won the classic with a score of 88.75 points and earned $2300. Placing second was Angie Foster – Foster’s Bucking Bulls with bull #F8 Tommy Gun, scoring 87.5 points. Third place finisher was bull #1206 Cut the Cord from Aduddell/Owens with 87 points and in 4th place was bull #Z26 Acting Crazy from Rockin R Bucking Bulls.

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UBBI Members Supporting UBBI Competition

March 9th, 2016

UBBIStockPhotoFor the third consecutive year, the UBBI hosted it’s Ante Up Futurity in Palestine, Texas on March 5th. This event also featured the first of a 6 UBBI Youth Futurity competitions. The event attracted 48 open and 47 youth entries.

“The Ante Up Futurity was developed to offer an “increased” entry fee and a larger pay-back for our UBBI members,” stated Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “Ante Up entry fees were doubled from our normal $450 fee to $900, and each Ante Up event has paid back 65%!”

In 2014, the first Ante Up Futurity attracted 54 entries and paid back $6,950. In 2015, entry numbers fell to 37 and in 2016 entry numbers fell even lower.

“I believe the data proves that the majority of our members are more willing to risk less and enter more bulls into our competitions. In other words, a lower entry fee creates more participation,” explained Schmutz. “I also believe that the increased number of bucking bull events and places to compete has added to the decrease in entry numbers. Increasing the entry fee to $900 has obviously kept some folks from entering, so we decided to lower the entry fee in 2016 to $500.”

Entry fees were lowered and the entry deadline was extended and ultimately we had 48 bulls entered. After entries closed, the UBBI staff learned that a number of members got together and decided to raise some additional money for the Ante Up purse. Their motivation was to reward those who decided to participate at this year’s Ante Up event instead of choosing to enter and compete elsewhere. Ultimately those members raised and donated an additional $5,000 to the purse! The additional $5,000 was added to the purse and paid back 100%!

“It’s no secret there are more places and more opportunities to compete with bulls than there ever has been,” stated Jimmy Ray, co-owner of the UBBI. “It was a bit overwhelming to see a group of our members take it upon themselves to help increase the purse and add $5,000! But it also shows how important the UBBI is to them! And we wanna especially thank those who put this added money together for this event!”

Randy Schmutz explained, “The UBBI has and will always use a portion of the entry fees to pay the bills and produce the events. Without entries our ability to provide these competitions becomes very limited. If members who have supported our events in the past chose to go somewhere else instead and entries continue to decline, the number of events on our schedule will also decline. The UBBI has always maintained a ‘value in return’ policy for what is taken from the member’s entry fee. In other words, that money is used to sustain this organization, rent the venues, provide the equipment, pay for the personnel, provide awards and produce a top notch year-end finals! If what we take equals or surpasses what we provide in return, then we’ve accomplished our goal. But without the member and without the entries, the ability to provide these things greatly diminishes!”

The UBBI enters it’s 6th year in 2016, and from the beginning it’s motto has been “It’s About You the Breeder”, but without the breeder participating there is no UBBI!

UBBI Implements New Silver Select Payout for Futurity Events

March 9th, 2016

silver select

The 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, the UBBI has announced it’s new Silver Select Futurity payout.

“We’re excited about this new Silver Select payout,” 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!”

Entry fees at regular season UBBI futurity events will increase from $450 to $500 for the remainder of the 2016 season. The $50 will create the Silver Select payout and 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 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 the next 9 bulls. Silver Select winnings will NOT count as qualifier dollars toward UBBI National Finals or UBBI Futurity World Title.

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

The Silver Select payout will begin at the Boston Porter Memorial Bull Riding UBBI event in Palestine, Texas on March 18-19.

UBBI Futurity Super Series Begins in Palestine, Texas on March 19th

March 9th, 2016

SUPER SERIES with Wayne Hodges

The UBBI has revised it’s Super Series Schedule to begin March 19th in Palestine, Texas during the Boston Porter Memorial Bull Riding UBBI event. Once again in 2016, UBBI members can once again make their bulls Super Series eligible by paying an additional “one time” $300 entry fee (100% payback) at time of entry into the first of 3 selected UBBI Futurity Super Series events this season. Super Series bonus money will be paid back to the Top 4 Super Series enrolled bulls at each one of the three selected futurities including the Spring Spectacular in April, the Red River Chute Out in April and the Battle of the Bull event in July. At these three futurities, Super Series bonus money will be paid out in addition to regular event earnings!

$4,000 to 1st*    $3,000 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 an additional $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 Super Series enrolled bull will earn 1 point for every bull he beats at each of the 3 Super Series Futurities.  The single bull with the most Super Series 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 2016, 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 per bull enrolled. 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.

2016 Super Series Events:

Boston Porter Memorial  *  Palestine, Texas  *  March 19

Red River Chute Out  *  Ada, Oklahoma  *  April 23

Battle of the Bull  *  Palestine, TX  * July 16

UBBI Rock N Bull Series Concludes in Mineral Wells

February 9th, 2016

Denny McCoy and his champion bull Opus continued their winning ways to kick

#Tc 302 Opus winning the Derby. Photo by Gautreau

#Tc 302 Opus winning the Derby. Photo by Gautreau

off the 2016 UBBI season! Bull #Tc 302 Opus, picked up right where he left off as the 2015 UBBI Futurity World Champion Bull by winning the Derby event at the Rock N Bull Series event in Mineral Wells, Texas with a score of 89.25 points and pocketed $2,898. The top 2 spots in the Derby were held by

Denny McCoy accepting the Tres Rios buckle for the Derby win. Photo by Gautreau

Denny McCoy accepting the Tres Rios buckle for the Derby win. Photo by Gautreau

McCoy Ranches bred bucking bulls with Cord McCoy & Kevin Graber placing second with bull #307 Ice Breaker, scoring 88.75 points. Oklahoma breeders seem to dominate the Derby with Rockin R Bucking Bulls’ (Chad Ramer/David Findley) #A19 Bezerk placing 3rd with a score of 88.25 points. Rounding out the top 4 was bull #3706 from Tony Doughtie/Chase Foutch with a score of 88 points.

Ropckin R Bucking Bulls wins the Classic with #Z26 Acting Crazy. Photo by Gautreau

Ropckin R Bucking Bulls wins the Classic with #Z26 Acting Crazy. Photo by Gautreau

It’s interesting that Opus and bull #3706 both dominated the standings last year as futurity bulls, finishing 1st and 5th respectively. Ice Breaker won a total of $945 last year and finished 86th and Bezerk had no UBBI Futurity earnings!

“Watching these bulls progress from year to year is always interesting and exciting,” stated Randy Schmutz, general manager of the UBBI. “To see some bulls come out of no where and begin to make their presence known as a Derby or Classic bull makes the bucking bull industry so fun!”

It can be said that the same thing happened in the Classic on Saturday night in Mineral Wells! Last year’s UBBI Derby World Champion bull #Z26 Acting Crazy won his maiden Classic event with a score of 88 points, beating 19 other 4 year old bulls and earning $2,300! Finishing 2nd was a new bull from S/J Cattle Company, bull #2739 Flat Top Pete with a score of 87.5 points. In third place was bull #274 Blood Brother, owned by Ray Cattle Company, with a score of 86.5 points. And receiving the fourth place check, from Illinois, was bull #121 Thunder Kat owned by Tommy Scates/Half Diamond T LLC.

Stormy Foster accepting the buckle for the Futurity win and girlfriend Nikki Cunningham getting the check. Photo by Gautreau

Stormy Foster accepting the buckle for the Futurity win and girlfriend Nikki Cunningham getting the check. Photo by Gautreau

The futurity featured 59 two year old bulls and paid out 11 places. Bull #411 Pat’s Pride, owned by Stormy Foster/Terry Williams, was the second bull to perform on Saturday morning and set the bar for everyone else to jump over. Pat’s Pride, raised by Pat White of Louisiana, posted a score of 89 points and the other bulls were unable to surpass the mark! Stormy Foster/Terry Williams earned

Futurity champion bull #411 Pat's Pride. Photo by Gautreau

Futurity champion bull #411 Pat’s Pride. Photo by Gautreau

$2,788. Finishing in second place with a score of 87.75 points was bull #496 from Diamond S Bucking Bulls, followed by 3rd place finisher, bull #411 Kickin Butt from 2C Bucking Bulls/Hookin W with a score of 86.5 points. The fourth place bull was #411 Top Line from Tom Peterson/Peggy VanCleve, scoring 86 points.

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UBBI Kicks Off 2016 Season in New Venue

February 8th, 2016
Nathan Doss, owner of winning Futurity bull #141 Creed accepting the Tres Rios buckle. Photo by Gautreau

Nathan Doss, owner of winning Futurity bull #141 Creed accepting the Tres Rios buckle. Photo by Gautreau

The 2016 UBBI season kicked off it’s schedule in Mineral Wells, Texas with the Rock ‘N Bull Series. The first of of 2 new events was held on January 22nd and 23rd! This is a new indoor venue at the Palo Pinto County Livestock Association Arena just north of Highway 180. The first event of the year attracted 42 Derby bulls, 22 Classic bulls and 84 Futurity bulls for a total of 148 entries!

“It’s always exciting for us to get a new year started on the right foot,” stated

Bull #313 Bear Claw from Bland/Dodson winning Derby. Photo by Gautreau

Bull #313 Bear Claw from Bland/Dodson winning Derby. Photo by Gautreau

Randy Schmutz, the general manager of the UBBI. “We had some new members and watched some new bulls perform in Mineral Wells, and I must say it already looks like there are gonna be some tough bulls competing again this year!”

The Derby was filled with tons of talent from our two year old class from a year ago. Although bull #313 Bear Claw did not win any money as a UBBI Futurity bull, he redeemed himself as a Derby contender by winning the event with a score of 89.5 points and earned $2898. Bull #309 One Boot from Path of Grace/Lonnie and

Futurity Champion Bull #141 Creed. Photo by Gautreau

Futurity Champion Bull #141 Creed. Photo by Gautreau

Amy Austin placed second with a score of 88.5 points. Scott Cattle Company’s bull #323 Biker Bob landed in the #3 spot with a score of 87.75 points and in 4th place was the 2015 Gold Standard Futurity champion bull #12A Tugco from Owens/Tuggle. The top 8 bulls earned a check.

The Futurity competition welcomed 84 bulls and the race was on to see who was gonna step out and be the best bull of the first futurity event of the season. Nathan Doss from east Texas, entered 2 bulls and placed first and fourth. Bull #141 Creed scored 88.75 points to win 1st place, earning $3402. In a close second place position was UTC (Mike Sellers) bull #263 with a score of 88 points and in third place was John Donaho’s bull #419, scoring

Rooster Gilstrap accepting the Tres Rios buckle for the win in the Classic with bull #231Z Packin Heat from D&H Cattle/Buck Cattle. Photo by Gautreau

Rooster Gilstrap accepting the Tres Rios buckle for the win in the Classic with bull #231Z Packin Heat from D&H Cattle/Buck Cattle. Photo by Gautreau

87.75 points. Finishing fourth was Doss’ second entry, bull #144. With 84 futurity entries the event paid 16 places.

The Classic bulls really put on a show on Saturday night with 22 bulls competing for 4 places in the payout! Bull 231Z Packin Heat from D&H Cattle/Buck Cattle posted whopping 90.75 point score to win 1st place and $2530. OK Corralis/D&H Cattle followed that up with a 2nd place finish with bull #255 Criminal Mind, scoring 89.25 points. In 3rd place was bull #232 Black Cat from RU Bucking Bulls with a score of 86.5 points and finishing in the 4th place spot was DAM Cattle Company’s bull #Y4, scoring 87.25 points.

This is the first of 2 events as a part of the Rock N Bull Series in Mineral Wells, Texas. The next Rock N Bull event will be held on February 5th and 6th.

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