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D&H Dominates End-of-Summer Events but New Contenders Emerge


PUEBLO, COLO. (September 16, 2014)- The ABBI  World Finals are just over a month away and you can expect it to be a fierce fight for first in all of the categories. As the busy summer season comes to a close, ABBI members are bringing out their bulls to qualify for Las Vegas and to see where they stack up against the competition.

The most recent ABBI events were a Classic and a Maturity, both held in conjunction with PBR's Built Ford Tough Series (BFTS) in Springfield, Mo. over the weekend. D&H Cattle Co. was the big winner with bulls placing first in both divisions.

Bruiser chalked up another Classic win for the season. The Super Classic (a two day and two round event) gave Bruiser the opportunity to show just how tough he is to beat with a score of 182.25. In second was T08 from the Torres Bros. with 175.35. Nearly $67,000 was paid out to the top ten finishers.

"We have so many incredibly strong Classic contenders this season that it should make Finals even more exciting than usual," shared ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak. "D&H has several animals who could take first and the $200,000 prize but, as we saw last year, it just takes two great outs for a bull to become a star and claim the title. Literally any bull who qualifies to make it to the Classic Finals has a shot at the gold buckle."

T08 placed second at the Jerome Davis Invitational in Archdale three weeks ago, finishing behind another Torres Bros. Bull, Happy Tracks, who took first.  That same weekend in Thackerville, Margy Time from D&H was claiming another Classic title at the BFTS Oklahoma event with a score of 91. Pearl Harbor from Boyd/Floyd was second with a 90. Earlier in August, Margy Time won the BFTS Tulsa event and Bruiser finished in second.

Stone Sober, the ABBI's 2013 Year End Classic Champion, won the Maturity in Springfield for D&H/Buck Cattle Co. on Saturday with an 88.25. Dead Calm from Foutch/Morton was second with an 88.

In the Futurity division, the competition is also growing heated. Torres 2605 took first in the last arm of the Futurity in Archdale at the end of August.  The week before, 01 Cattle Co.'s Swamp Wreck won the Futurity at Locust Grove. At the Lightning C Futurity (held during the Tulsa BFTS) it was Rocco from Barthold /SPR Cattle Co /D&H Cattle Co who was victorious.

The ABBI World Finals will take place in Las Vegas at the South Point Arena from October 21-25. For more information visit AmericanBuckingBull.com.

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2014 marks the 11 year anniversary of American Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI). Over the last decade, ABBI had established itself as the largest bucking cattle registry in the world. With over 160,000 animals registered in its DNA database, ABBI ensures the bloodlines of legendary animals are always preserved and protected. They are also the largest competitive bucking bull organization for professional stock contractors and animal athletes in the world, paying out over $3 million in prize money each season. Owned by shareholders, the ABBI has been able to raise the public profile of animal athletes to a whole new level. For more information: AmericanBuckingBull.com

 

 


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TOM TEAGUE FIRST FEMALE DISPERSAL SALE SETS RECORDS



PUEBLO, COLO. (September 10, 2014)- Tom Teague had his first female dispersal sale in Fort Worth yesterday. 80 lots were sold for $758,500, continuing to set records for the bucking bull industry.


The highest selling lot was TBB 9002 which went for $52,000. Lot 53 was bought by Jerry Brian of East TX Bucking Bull Genetics. The high selling female was Lot 15, TBB 2620, bought for $25,000 by Warren's Bucking Bulls.


"I would like to say thank you to everyone for their support of my sale. A special thank you to Mike Warren for his continued support as well as JB Mauney who purchased several cows from the sale, that really means a lot to me for someone like JB to invest in my program," shared Teague. "I also want to thank Jerry Brian on his purchase of the breeding bull TBB 9002.  Marty Foutch and his family have done a tremendous job of turning my program around, with this success we were able to offer the very best females and bloodlines. I wish everyone much success on their purchases."


The high volume buyer was Warren's Bucking Bulls who purchased $167,250 worth of genetics. Warren's purchases included a full sister to I'm A Gangster as well as I'm A Gangster's dam. 2013 PBR World Champion Mauney bought several animals. One of Mauney's purchases was Lot 11, a Smooth Move daughter out of a Bone Collector daughter who had a Chance bull calf by her side.


"Tom Teague had another phenomenal sale yesterday to continue the dispersal process of his herd," said ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak. "I know how hard it was for him to make the decision to get out of the stock contractor side of the bucking bull industry, but so many other people's programs are going to benefit from his genetics for decades to come. Even when he sells his last animal sometime next year at his final sale, his influence will continue through these animal's bloodlines and his on-going involvement in both the PBR and ABBI as a dedicated adviser, shareholder and friend."



                    ABBI WORLD FINALS PREMIER SALE TO FEATURE BUSHWACKER BLOODLINES


PUEBLO, Colo. (August 4, 2014)
- American Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI) is proud to announce the first two lots of its much anticipated upcoming World Finals Premier Sale in Las Vegas.  There will be two full-siblings to the reigning PBR World Champion Bucking Bull Bushwacker, offered in recipient (recip) cows, at the sale.

Bushwacker is currently on his farewell tour and will retire after the World Finals. He won the PBR Word Champion Bucking Bull title twice and was the ABBI's $250,000 Classic Champion in 2010. He is considered by many in the industry to be the greatest bucking bull of all time.

Ultrasound shows that one of the recip cows is pregnant with a male calf while the other cow is carrying a female. Both unborn calves share the same genetics as their legendary brother. Their father is Reindeer and their mother is MO 110, a daughter of 780 Diamond's Ghost.

This elite sale will feature the bloodlines of World Champions, World Finals Qualifiers and other in-demand and hard-to-get genetics. It will take place on Saturday, October 25 at South Point Arena in the afternoon following the ABBI's Award Banquet, prior to Round 4 of the PBR World Finals. More lots will be announced leading up to the event.

ABBI is dedicated to the preservation of bloodlines and runs the largest bucking cattle DNA registry in the world. They also hold and sanction competitive bucking bull events. ABBI will pay out over $2 million dollars in prize money to bucking bulls this year alone.

You may still submit exceptional animals to be considered for the ABBI World Finals Premier Sale until August 31. Contact Marlissa Gonzalez at 719-242-2747 or visit AmericanBuckingBull.com for more details and info.
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                        ABBI Off to a Strong Start to the Summer Season


PUEBLO, COLO. (July 17, 2014)-
The last two weeks have been busy for ABBI, with two competitions in their home state of Colorado and one in Texas.

"Between our recent Colorado events, in Estes Park and Black Hawk, and our Gonzales event- we are off to a strong start for the busy summer season. Folks have their sights on the World Finals and it's exciting to see some new faces as our members bring their animals out to get them qualified for Las Vegas."

Estes Park kicked off the 4th of July Festivities, which then moved to the nearby town of Black Hawk. In Estes Park at the Bulls in the Rockies ABBI Vacation Getaway, D&H and Buck's Bruiser racked up the Classic Victory and also took the Maturity crown. On The Futurity side, it was Swamp Wreck from 01 Cattle who was victorious.

Rolls Royce (Tom Peterson) won the Black Hawk Double Down Futurity. Margy Time (D&H) won the Black Hawk Double Down Classic. Bruiser won the Derby. 8 Ball (Rockin R) and Playboy Gunner (Long Ranch/Let 'R Buck) split the Maturity title.

A Derby is for bulls 3 years of age. A Classic is open to bulls who are 3 or 4, whereas a Maturity is open to any bull 3 or older. Bulls can be entered in multiple categories as long as they met the criteria.  A Classic with divisions will have one division where animals must have won less than a certain dollar amount to compete. In Gonzales, animals must have won less than $3,000 to enter Division Two. All Classic animals, regardless of money won, could enter Division One.

Pearl Harbor from Boyd/Floyd won the Division One Classic in Gonzales. Division Two winner was Little Z from Martinez Bucking Bulls. Little Z also secured a second-place finish in Division One. Holy Mullah from Garrett/Miloy won the Derby.

"Bo Davis always puts on an outstanding event in Gonzales, and we were happy to be a part of it this year," said ABBI President Brad Boyd. "We appreciate Bo deciding to use our ABBI Classic bulls for the two-day event and the crowd really seemed to appreciate the athleticism of our animal athletes."

The next stop of ABBI competition is August 15 in Tulsa, which will kick-off three consecutive weekends of Oklahoma ABBI events.

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ARCHDALE ROUND 2 CONTINUES LEGACY OF SUCCESS

PUEBLO, COLO. (June 30, 2014)-The second round of the Big Tex 3D Futurity Challenge featured both an ABBI Futurity and a Cowgirls for a Cure event.  Torres Bros. Bucking Bulls won first in the Futurity on June 28 with an 88 delivered by their bull Torres 223. Splitting second with 87.25 was Stagger from Davis Rodeo Ranch/Luna Motorsports and - F -227 from Rockin' J Bucking Bulls.

Produced by Jerome and Tiffany Davis, the annual North Carolina event is the longest-running east coast ABBI event. The third leg of the event will take place in August.

"Jerome and Tiffany's Archdale events have been a cornerstone for the development of east coast bucking bull competitions and have been crucial in the growth of our sport," shared ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak. "Round 2 was another outstanding event and Jerome and Tiffany showcased why they earned the 2013 ABBI Event of the Year Award."

The winning Cowgirls for a Cure bull was Stagger from Davis Rodeo/Luna Motorsports with an 87.25.  $500 was donated to a local breast cancer charity.

"Not only was this an awesome event, Tiffany has really stepped up to help us with Cowgirls for a Cure," said ABBI President Brad Boyd. "Tiffany has now been on-hand at two events to help women who are competing for the first time with flanking their bulls and showing them the ropes behind the chutes. She and Jerome also made their own Futurity bulls available to any woman who wanted to enter but didn't have a bull of their own."

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ABBI, QualiTech and TwoBulls to Present Kent Cox Memorial Award                                                                            


PUEBLO, Colo. (June 30, 2014)- American Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI), QualiTech
and TwoBulls have created an annual award that will be presented in memory
of Kent Cox. The award was the idea of Jim McLain of TwoBulls, who had
worked with Cox professionally for many years but more importantly
considered him a close friend. The award will be given out at the World
Finals to one outstanding individual who has contributed to advancing the
bucking bull industry.

"We are pleased to announce the creation of the Kent Cox Memorial Award.
This award is designed to recognize those individuals that achieve
excellence and show commitment to the care and training of bucking bulls.
Those are the same attributes that Kent provided to this industry," shared
ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak.

"I see this award as a way to honor Kent's memory," said QualiTech's Ron
Gordon. "When I think of Kent and his contribution to the bucking bull
industry, I think of innovation. He was always asking, 'can we do this' or
'what would happen if we did that'? Even with the success that he had in
the industry, he was always looking for a better way. His legacy of making
the bucking  bull industry better will live on through this award.

ABBI members are encouraged to nominate people they think are
deserving of the award. Nominees must be involved in the bucking bull
industry, but do not have to be trainers or stock contractors. A
will review the nominations and the winner will be announced in Las Vegas
in October. The deadline to nominate someone is September 7, 2014.

 

 

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KENT COX AWARD

Nomination Application



Your Name: 

Your ABBI #:

Your Phone Number:

Your Email:


Nominee's Name:

Your Relationship to Nominee:

Please Answer the Following Questions:

  1. How is the Nominee involved in the bucking bull industry?

  1. What contributions has Nominee made to bucking bull industry?

     3.What qualities/attributes does Nominee possess that makes them a deserving recipient?
  1. Any other comments or information you'd like to share with the Selection Committee?


 

Please answer these questions and email nomination to Susan@americanbuckingbull.com
or mail form to:
ABBI
Attn: Susan Bedford
101 W Riverwalk
Pueblo, CO 81003
 
Deadline is September 7, 2014
 

 
 
 
Chaturanga Wins American Heritage: Over $300,000 Paid Out to Futurity Bulls
 

 

PUEBLO, COLO. (June 20, 2014)- In the world of competitive bucking bulls, there are two big annual events for 2-year-old bulls. One is the ABBI Las Vegas World Finals Futurity, the other is the ABBI American Heritage Futurity. With over $300,000 paid out at the two-day event to Futurity bulls over the weekend, it is no wonder that the American Heritage stands out among all the other regular season Futurity competitions each year.

"I think this was one of our best Heritages to date," said ABBI President Brad Boyd. "We had ABBI members from across the country in attendance and the level of the bulls was fantastic. Chaturanga from the Pages and SPR put on an outstanding performance and had a decisive win- he scored an 89.25, which was was two-and-a-half points better than the second-place bull."

Brutus claimed the crown for the American Heritage Derby, beating out an extremely talented field of 3-year-olds. His 88.75 was worth over $35,000 for owners Adams/D&H/Buck. The Derby paid over $150,000.

"We had over 300 bulls entered in our Heritage events," shared ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak, "The response to this competition from our members is outstanding, year in and year out, and this was no exception. This is the one Futurity event that really forces you to trust in your registered genetics and your ability to spot the early-on potential in your calves-- and enter them for the American Heritage that will be taking place when they reach age 2."

There was also a Junior Futurity competition whose title was claimed by Kyle Kilgore for his outstanding bull Double Dose. TLW Bucking Bulls added $1,500 to the Junior purse and three straws from Code Blue, as well as flank straps to all participants. JD Nix donated straws from Panda and Two Bulls also donated supplement products to the winners.

The event was held at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Okla. The size and scope of the facility allowed every animal to be housed inside, a feature that could happen at few other arenas in the country. Just under half a million dollars was paid out between the three events.

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2014 marks the 11 year anniversary of American Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI). Over the last decade, ABBI had established itself as the largest bucking cattle registry in the world. With over 160,000 animals registered in its DNA database, ABBI ensures the bloodlines of legendary animals are always preserved and protected. They are also the largest competitive bucking bull organization for professional stock contractors and animal athletes in the world, paying out over $3 million in prize money each season. Owned by shareholders, the ABBI has been able to raise the public profile of animal athletes to a whole new level. For more information: AmericanBuckingBull.com

 
 

Letter from Executive Director Dan Meihak: The Importance of Registration

 

The value of Registered Bucking Bulls has never been on greater display than it was last week in Fort Worth, Texas. The Teague Bucking Bull sale was a phenomenal sale for the Bucking Bull industry and should encourage those bucking bull enthusiasts around the country.

The sale comprised of 50 lots and averaged a whopping $15,062. The high selling bull, TBB 2660 is a full brother to I’m A Gangster and he changed hands for $110,000. Here’s the important point. TBB 2660 is Registered, and therefore his pedigree is verified by American Bucking Bull, Inc., an independent third party.

It’s a simple equation. Registered Bucking Bulls are worth more and consequently add value to your operations. "I am very grateful for all the support for my Sale and it just shows that the future for the ABBI and the PBR has never been better," shared Tom Teague.

Need another example? Jared Allen, recently purchased Magic Train for $210,000 from D&H Cattle Co.  Magic Train has already won ABBI Classic events and is off to a great start in the Built Ford Tough Series. Magic Train was purchased online through The Breeders Connection, but the Pages also do several live sales each year which draw people from coast-to-coast looking to secure registered genetics from the most successful  bucking bull breeding program in the industry.

The Pages have won PBR Stock Contractor of the Year six times and have had more ABBI Champions than anyone else. "As you well know, we are huge supporters of the ABBI Registry and feel like these animals that are DNA-proven bring top dollar where the ones that aren’t just bring sale prices," shared Johna Page of D&H. "This year our cow sale was one of the best we’ve had in several years."

Allen also purchased ABBI Registered bull Air Time from Scott Accomazzo, who is now currently ranked seventh of all BFTS bulls. Here again, is another example of a bull that is ABBI Registered selling for a high dollar amount. Come sale time, proven bloodlines equal higher purchase prices.

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                                Cowgirls for a Cure First Event a Success
                                             Raises $2,500 for Local Charity

                          

Pueblo, Colo. (June 2, 2014)- ABBI's first Cowgirls for a Cure event was held in Decatur, Texas over the weekend and was a resounding success. $2,500 was raised for Mary's Gift, a local Decatur-area charity that provides mammography/breast screenings through Wise Regional Health Foundation.

 

"We are humbled by the overwhelming response to Cowgirls for a Cure," said ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak.

 

"Women are enthusiastic supporters of the sport of bucking bulls and we're pleased to be able to give something back."

 

On hand for the event were all of the Cowgirls for a Cure Ambassadors: LeAnn Hart, Mesa Pate and Tiffany Davis. They were on the chutes to provide support and help anyone who needed assistance or pointers on flanking their bulls.

 

"The path for these women’s futurities was paved by Joy Hawks and her program Rhinestone Renegades," said Sr. Event Manager Erik Bohl. "But I didn't want to replicate their program and, at the same time, wanted this program to have its own unique identity."

 

ABBI teamed up with Tough Enough to Wear Pink to fight breast cancer and give female ABBI members a forum where they could compete against one another for a good cause. Money from each event will go toward breast cancer research, resources and education in the local communities where the Futurity events are held.

 

"The reality is that there are so many women in our industry who want to get involved now that we actually need more programs for women," said ABBI President Brad Boyd. "There is room in our sport for multiple programs- especially programs like this that are giving back to the communities and to such an important cause.

 

"Breast Cancer research is the perfect cause and to have a current breast cancer survivor, Ann Jolly, flank the first bull was amazing. And then to have Sharon Glover (who owns Sharon's Little Monster with D&H) win was inspiring- a woman winning her own fight with cancer! I’d say you couldn’t script it any better. Hats off to our amazing ambassadors Tiffany, LeAnn and Mesa for lifting this new brand to new heights."

"The great part about this event is that there are a lot of women who want to be in the back of the bucking chutes, but they are not quite sure; it is usually an intimidating place to be, that’s usually a man’s position," shared Hart.

"I see this being something that we do every year. I know that there are more being scheduled, like the one at the event that Tiffany and Jerome Davis put on in North Carolina at the end of June. I know that there are many things in the works, and I believe that there are a lot more women who would like to be involved with this, but may not have the nerve to get back there with a bunch of men – it is intimidating. If there are more women with us, then we are more grounded and at ease to go and help each other out rather than walk into a place and feel out of our element."

Participants can flank any ABBI eligible Futurity bull that is entered in their name in a Cowgirls for a Cure event (they do not need to own the bull). Tulsa and Archdale Round 2 are the next scheduled events. Please check AmericanBuckingBull.com for a complete schedule.

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 ABBI PROUD TO ANNOUNCE TWO NEWEST SHAREHOLDERS: CURREY CREEK AND JARED ALLEN


PUEBLO, COLO. (May 15, 2014)- ABBI is the leading competitive bull bucking organization in the world and has the world's largest DNA Registry of bucking cattle genetics. Owned in equal parts by a group of shareholders and the PBR (Professional Bull Riders, Inc.), it is an organization unlike any other in the industry today.

"Every single shareholder has first-hand experience as to what it takes to raise bucking bulls," said ABBI President Brad Boyd. "We were happy to welcome Joe Garcia and Chris Condon to our group of shareholders late last year, and are pleased that we can now also welcome our newest member, Jared Allen."

Currey Creek Bucking bulls is owned by Garcia and Condon. Currey Creek is based out of Bulverde, Texas and they are active in both the ABBI and PBR. Included in their herd is Blonde Bomber, the 2014 ABBI Maturity Champion.

"In order to keep up with the performance of today's bucking bulls, it is imperative the lineage be protected and documented," said Condon. "The ABBI has proven for years the importance of preserving the sport through registration.  We look forward to working alongside the ABBI to keep progressing the sport."

 Jared Allen's Pro Bull Team is the name that Allen's bulls buck under in competition.  Allen, a decorated NFL player who is now with the Chicago Bears, is also active in the PBR with several top bulls currently bucking for his Pro Bull Team on the Built Ford Tough Series.

"Currey Creek as well as Jared Allen and his team, are tremendous supporters of the bucking bull industry," said ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak. "They understand the hard work and dedication it requires to succeed in our sport. We are honored that they have chosen to become part of our organization."
 
All of the shareholders are stock contractors themselves and the sale and purchase of any shares must be approved by the other owners. Led by industry leaders, ABBI is proud to have Currey Creek and Jared Allen assuming roles within the organization. ABBI has over 160,000 registered bucking cattle in their database and will pay out over $3 million in prize money this year at competitive bucking bull events.
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 ABBI Ushering in New Scoring System at Locust Grove Event on March 14

PUEBLO, Colo. (January 28, 2014)- The ABBI will soon have a new scoring system in place for 2014. While the points each judge has to award a bull (0-25) hasn't changed, each of the six judges' scores will now be factored in when determining a bucking bull's score.

The decision was made at the shareholders meeting in Ft. Worth after Senior Event Manager Erik Bohl proposed the new system after he spent months researching the scoring system used by other sports organizations, including the Olympics. 

In the past, the high and low scores were thrown out at six judge events. Now all six scores will be added up, and from that figure an average will be determined. That number will then be multiplied by four to get the final score. This means that each individual judge has less of an impact on the total score. 

Scores will be rounded up or down to the nearest quarter point. The average score to the hundredth of the point will be used when necessary as a tie breaker. The judges will still be judging a bull based on their accomplishments in the five categories of competition: buck, spin, kick, intensity and degree of difficulty. 

"We are always striving to improve every facet of the ABBI and listening to the concerns of our members," said ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak. "We aren't changing our judging system; we are improving upon our scoring system."

In addition to the scoring changes, there will be a Competitions Committee formed with annually appointed member representatives from four different geographic regions and one junior breeder representative. There will also be changes to the judging training program and semi-annual seminars will be held for accredited judges.

The first ABBI event to use the new scoring system will be on March 14 in Locust Grove.

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2012 Back Seat Buckers Bulls Now Competing on PBR's BFTS

 

PUEBLO, Colo. (January 14, 2014) –It's the goal of every stock contractor to get a call from Cody Lambert saying that your bull has been selected to buck at a PBR Built Ford Tough Series event. The most elite level of competition for the top bull riders in the world is the BFTS, which also requires top-shelf bovine talent.

 

"We've all been waiting for the first class of bulls to get enough experience under their belts to compete at this level," shared BSB Senior Manager Alyssa Parga.  "Watching Super Cooper perform on Saturday night was quite the treat."

 

Two bulls from the 2012 season of Back Seat Buckers have now reached the major leagues. Last weekend in Chicago, Super Cooper faced off against Stormy Wing who made it to the whistle. Wing would go on to finish third. Sweet Gilley will be bucking at the BFTS event in Sacramento.

 

Bucking bulls can start competing with riders at 3 years of age, but it can be several additional years until they are seasoned enough to buck at the PBR level. Cooper and Sweet Gilley are just 4 years old, so the fact that they are already competing on the BFTS is impressive.

 

"It's been really exciting to see these bulls, who started in our turnkey bull ownership program two years ago, reach this milestone," said PBR President Brad Boyd. "I'm proud that we have two bulls who have gotten the call already. It is really cool that someone who starts as a fan, and then becomes a stock contractor through Back Seat Buckers, can ultimately reach this level of success with their animal."

 

Some spots are still available for the 2014 Back Seat Buckers program. The auction, where owners will draft their animal for the season, will take place during the PBR's Iron Cowboy event on March 1 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Visit BackSeatBuckers.com for more information on becoming a stock contractor.

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D&H Rings in New Year with Win at Texas Farm Bureau Insurance Cowtown Classic

 


PUEBLO, Colo. (December 31, 2013)- D&H is starting the season strong with another trophy buckle to add to their collection. The father-son team won the 5th Annual Texas Farm Bureau Insurance Cowtown Classic with their bull Margy Time, who posted an 89 worth over $10,880.

"The ABBI event at Cowtown was a great way to end 2013, and it provided an exceptional boost to the start of the 2014 season," said ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak.

A quarter point behind the D&H bull was Ranga from Robinson/ Margo Hazen who earned $6,218. Splitting third was Jo Jo (Owens/Lane) and Boyd 626 (Boyd/Floyd), each with an 88.25. Eighty-five bulls were entered with the Top 10 taking home over $38,000.

"This event was great, and the bulls were great," stated event producer Brad Boyd. "But the crowd was even greater! The community really came out to support the event and to watch some of the best PBR cowboys battle some rank ABBI bulls at the historic stockyards."

With the PBR's Built Ford Tough Series still on hiatus, the Touring Pro Event event drew marquee name cowboys including LJ Jenkins, Mike Lee, Ryan Dirteater, Kasey Hayes, Jordan Hupp, Stormy Wing and Austin Meier.

It was the fifth year the annual event was held in Ft. Worth. It historically draws the top stock contractors from Texas, Oklahoma and beyond, as well as serving as a preview of the talented bulls that may be in contention for the new season's Classic crown.

 
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2014 Back Seat Buckers Season Set to Start:

Bull Draft to be Held at Cowboys Stadium

 

 PUEBLO, Colo. (December 10, 2013)-  PBR and ABBI's turnkey bull ownership program is ready for 2014. "I really think this will be our best season yet," stated BSB Manager Alyssa Parga. "We've got a great group of owners returning to participate again and some new faces who are ready to become stock contractors. We have a few more spots still available and I look forward to seeing everyone in Texas in March."

Bulls are currently being selected from some of the top breeding programs across the country for this elite bucking bull organization. These bulls will be drafted by their new owners at Cowboys Stadium in March during the weekend of the PBR's Iron Cowboy event.  

"Our first draft was held in Arlington at the legendary stadium and we are excited to be returning for our third draft," said Parga. "The excitement of being able to walk out onto the field area, combined with becoming a bucking bull owner and watching the PBR event from our VIP section, really is a dream weekend for many people. It’s going to be unforgettable."

All of the drafted bulls will then go to the Back Seat Buckers training facility in Stephenville, Texas where they will receive the best possible care, feed and training. The 2-year-old bulls will be trained by some of the industry's top bullmen before they compete at their first of four season events.

The three regular season event prize purses have been raised to $25,000 apiece for the 2014 season. The World Champion in Las Vegas in October will earn a minimum of $100,000.

Back Seat Buckers has attracted a diverse group of owners over the last two seasons. Everyone from PBR fans to a long list of celebrities has gotten involved with the exciting world of bucking bull ownership. Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone's bull Don't Tell Dana finished in the Top 10 during the 2013 season. The UFC star donated all of his bull's winnings to the Kevin Harvick Foundation, one of Cerrone's favorite charities.

 
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Back Seat Buckers: Last Chance to Submit Bull Videos!

 PUEBLO, COLO. (Dec. 5, 2013)- Today is the last day for ABBI members to get a spot to enter videos of their coming 2-year-old bulls into the VBBI selection process for Back Seat Buckers. Members have until Monday, December 9, to submit the videos online for consideration to be selected for the program.

 For those entering the VBBI, there is an extra bonus of $1,000 to the top video submitted, along with a $500 prize for second place and $250 for third. Video codes can be obtained online at AmericanBuckingBull.com and can be for a single entry or for an entire ranch (multiple entries).

Back Seat Buckers members will pick from among the selected bulls at the BSB Draft and Auction at Cowboys Stadium on March 1.  Each bull drafted will receive $3,500 for his owners, plus 5% of the auction price.  New this year is an added incentive of a 10% bonus to the video with the highest bid from the auction.

“Back Seat Buckers is ready to start it's third season and we really want all ABBI members to have a chance to get involved,” stated BSB Manager Alyssa Parga. “Our goal is to have bulls in the program that represent the best bloodlines from breeders all across the country.”

Back Seat Buckers is a unique turnkey bull ownership program that allows anyone to become a stock contractor and offers some of the most elite bucking bull bloodlines in the business. The second annual Back Seat Buckers World Finals event was won by Papa Louie from Ghena's Bucking Bulls who took home over $100,000.

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2014 ABBI Season Starts with Success
 

PUEBLO, Colo. (December 3, 2013)- As we enter the holiday season, the ABBI's 2014 competitive event season is already well underway with a string of successful events. With the lights of Vegas still bright in members' minds, breeders are focused on qualifying for the 2014 ABBI World Finals and they are bringing their bulls out to compete for big cash prizes.

"This was the earliest that we've ever kicked off a season," said ABBI President Brad Boyd. "But our members wanted to compete as soon as possible after the 2013 World Finals, so we have had several great early season events that have paid out a lot of money."

Winners have already been crowned in Springfield, McAlester and Locust Grove. -2X Savage from Bay/Flinn/D&H won Springfield. The Classic win was worth $5,000 with the Maturity title worth $5,342. Little Andy from Leflore/D&H/Flinn won the latter.

McAlester was a team event and the big guns led by Stone Sober from D&H took first place and over $14,000. At Locust Grove, it was Magic Train from D&H who was crowned Classic champ and awarded over $7,000. Page 52Z won the Futurity event and more than $6,000.

The 5th Annual Texas Farm Bureau Insurance Cowtown Classic, which in the past has traditionally started the season, will be the fourth event of 2014 and will be held the weekend before New Years at the historic Ft. Worth Stockyards.

"Cowtown Classic is one of our biggest events each year and a great way to ring in 2014," said ABBI Executive Director Dan Meihak. "We've already seen some extremely talented Classic and Futurity bulls and I'm looking forward to seeing who wins in Ft. Worth in three weeks. This will be our eleventh season, and we are all dedicated to making it our best one yet."
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Cerrone Brings Together Back Seat Buckers & Kevin Harvick Foundation

PUEBLO, COLO. (Nov. 5, 2013)- On the surface it may seem that a NASCAR star and a turnkey bucking bull ownership program don't have much in common, but The Kevin Harvick Foundation and Back Seat Buckers have found that they are a well-matched partnership.

Brought together by UFC star Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, Back Seat Buckers donated over $10,000 in 2013 to the NASCAR driver's foundation which supports a variety of programs for children across the country.

“When Cowboy became a stock contractor with Back Seat Buckers, he designated The Kevin Harvick Foundation as the beneficiary of any money his bull won,” explained ABBI President Brad Boyd.

Cerrone's bull, Don't Tell Dana, not only placed at the last regular season event in Springfield, Mo. in September, but also at the Back Seat Buckers World Finals in Las Vegas. Cerrone, who fights next Saturday at UFC 167 in Las Vegas, was thrilled that his bull could give back to a charity he so strongly believes in. Don't Tell Dana's eighth-place finish on October 22 was worth $8,000.

“I love seeing Don’t Tell Dana do well because this is a sport I’m really passionate about,” Cerrone said. “In the end, it means the most to me that we can support The Kevin Harvick Foundation. The work that Kevin and his foundation have done to better the lives of children throughout the United States is just awesome. I’m glad to be a part of it and look forward to seeing Don’t Tell Dana compete again soon.”

“Back Seat Buckers is honored to be an official a partner of The Kevin Harvick Foundation,” stated BSB Manager Alyssa Parga. “Their goal of supporting programs that positively enrich the lives of children throughout the United States is a noble cause and we are happy to have a small part of it.”

Back Seat Buckers is a unique turnkey bull ownership program started by Professional Bull Riders, Inc. (PBR) and American Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI) that allows anyone to become a stock contractor and offers some of the most elite bucking bull bloodlines in the business. The second annual Back Seat Buckers World Finals event was won by Papa Louie from Ghena's Bucking Bulls who took home over $100,000.

Animals are now on sale for the 2014 Back Seat Buckers season. For more information on how to become a bucking bull owner, visit BackSeatBuckers.com. To learn more about the foundation, go to KevinHarvickFoundation.org.

ABBI has cemented its place as the largest competitive bucking bull organization in the world, paying out over $1 million each year at the Las Vegas Finals and over $2 million a year total in prize money. 2013 marks the 10 year anniversary of American Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI) . Over the last decade, ABBI had established itself as the largest bucking cattle registry in the world. With over 160,000 animals registered in its DNA database, ABBI ensures the bloodlines of legendary animals are always preserved and protected.

 

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The Rocker Wins ABBI Classic Title and $200,000

LAS VEGAS (October 28, 2013)- Hollywood would have had a hard time scripting a better ending to the 10th Annual ABBI World Finals. How things played out on Saturday night during the Classic competition was as exciting as any blockbuster hit showing on the big screen.

Going into the Classic Championship Round at Thomas & Mack on Saturday, 18-year-old Wyatt Crowder's bull The Rocker was sitting a point behind the long round leader Pecos Bill who had scored an 87.5 on Wednesday. Five bulls had scores of 87 and two other bulls had 86.5s, matching the score The Rocker had posted. Literally any of the 17 bulls (animals with a score of 86 or higher) that made it back to the Championship Round could have won the title.

One point wasn't a big margin to make up, but The Rocker hadn't won a Classic event during the regular season. He was always just a few spots out of first and had earned over $12,000, putting him toward the bottom of the Top 10 in the year- end standings. He was definitely a contender but not one of the favorites to win the most coveted title the organization bestows.

When The Rocker earned an 89.25 from the judges in the Championship Round the entire Crowder family were on the edge of their seats waiting to see if any bull could beat that mark. When they learned he had won, reactions ranged from tears of joy and pride from Crowder's mom to Crowder who "just couldn't stop shaking."

Immediately after his win, a stunned Crowder said, “It just doesn't seem real yet. Maybe tomorrow when I wake up it will hit me. But right now I feel like someone needs to pinch me to make sure I'm not dreaming."

Crowder, who started in the ABBI as a youth member competing in Junior Futurities with The Rocker, is the youngest person to ever have an ABBI World Champion bull. Crowder has diligently raised, trained and cared for The Rocker who had to sit out last year's ABBI World Finals Derby after injuring himself in the exercise pens in Las Vegas prior to competition. Crowder made skillful decisions as to how much to haul The Rocker this year as well as the optimal feed and exercise programs to have his bull in top shape for the World Finals.

In the last-chance qualifying Wild Card on Tuesday at South Point Equestrian Center, King Buck from BMC Bucking Bulls won a coveted spot in the Classic and $10,000. He proved how important a Wild Card spot can be when he managed to have the highest score of the Championship Round with an 89.5 to finish second behind The Rocker winning over $85,000.

Stone Sober, the regular season Classic leader, had an uncharacteristic trip in the Long Round and didn't advance to the Championship Round. PBR Livestock Director Cody Lambert had called this year's Classic field the deepest ever and said that The Rocker was one of the most consistent bulls in that field.

Classic bulls (3 and 4-year-olds) competed all season long to qualify to buck in Las Vegas. Past ABBI Classic Champions include Bushwacker, Troubadour, Black Pearl and Shepherd Hills Tested. 

In other ABBI event results, Amigo II won the Futurity and $35,000. There was a second-chance jackpot held along with Round Two of the Futurity and Pearl Harbor emerged victorious with the bonus purse. The Yearling Futurity title and $55,000 was claimed by Page 2013.

The Lifetime Derby saw Closing Time add $55,000 to his impressive career earnings. Last year's Back Seat Buckers Champion Long Shot 2 won the Back Seat Buckers Derby, while Papa Louie earned his first event win of the season in the Back Seat Buckers Futurity- worth $100,000. The Maturity Madness champion was Blonde Bomber. ABBI paid out over $1 million in prize money to bucking bulls over the past week.

The Horizon Breeder of the Year Award went to Mark Ward and Brian Weyers, who were responsible for the breeding which resulted in Amigo II. Dwight Frick won ABBI Breeder of the Year for being the breeder behind The Rocker.

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Big Day for Back Seat Buckers at ABBI World Finals:
Papa Louie Wins $100,000 for Ghena's Bucking Bulls

LAS VEGAS (October 25, 2013)- The Championship Round of ABBI and PBR's turnkey bull ownership program was held today at Thomas & Mack Arena.

The top six scores from the semi-finals round on Wednesday competed for a second time with the best aggregate score taking the top prize. Going into the final round, Papa Louie was in the lead and was able to hang on for a big win, a gold buckle, and a huge payday.

"This is the first year Ghena's Bucking Bulls has been involved with Back Seat Buckers, and they've already signed up for 2014," said BSB Manager Alyssa Parga. "To see the brother and sister duo from Boulder, Colorado on stage in front of a packed house at Thomas & Mack Center was such a rush. I can't imagine a better way to end the season."

Papa Louie scored a 90 in round one and an 85 in the final round, for a total of 175 points.

Lady's Man from M&B Cattle was the reserve champion, finishing 1.5 points behind Papa Louie. In third was Prairie Bandit from Tallgrass Prairie Land & Cattle and 44 Bucking Bulls, LLC.

Outlaw from Brenda Dove and Sami Noon was fourth, followed by Warren's Bucking Bulls Indian Outlaw. R-Wacker, from last year's champion bull owners Gary and Nancy Long, won the last two events of the Back Seat Buckers season but ultimately finished in sixth after his last out. Over $200,000 in prize money was paid out.

"This was a phenomenal Back Seat Buckers season," said ABBI President and BSB member Brad Boyd. "As impressed as I was with the talent of the bulls, I was even more impressed with the support and friendship among the members. They rooted for everyone's bulls and they really were happy for each other's success. Even the top 6 were rooting for each other tonight- with $100,000 on the line for first."

A Back Seat Buckers Derby, open to last season's participants, was held at South Point Equestrian Center earlier in day, along with an ABBI Derby won by the bull Closing Time.

"It was great to see last year's BSB Champion Long Shot 2 win today's BSB Derby, which brings his winnings to almost $300,000 so far in his career," said Boyd. "I'm already looking forward to the talent we'll see next year in the program and the bull draft at Cowboys Stadium in March."

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ABBI WORLD FINALS OFF TO A STRONG START

  

LAS VEGAS (October 24, 2013)- ABBI will pay out over $1 million in prize money to bucking bulls this week.

Last night was Round One of the ABBI Classic World Finals. After Round One, the bull Pecos Bill from Jack/Hargis leads with a score of 87.5. Stone Sober, the regular season Classic leader, had an uncharacteristic stumble- opening the door for another bull to claim the crown many assumed he'd win. Cody Lambert has called this year's Classic field the deepest ever, so there was no room for error and Stone Sober's 80.25 essentially took him out of the title race.  

North America's best Classic (3 and 4-year-old bulls) have been competing all season long to qualify to buck here in Las Vegas. The top bulls will advance to Saturday's performance, where a winner will be crowned and receive $200,000 for first place. Past ABBI Classic Champions include Bushwacker, Troubadour, Black Pearl and Shepherd Hills Tested.

In a last-chance qualifying Wild Card on Tuesday, King Buck from BMC Bucking Bulls won a coveted spot in last night's Classic and $10,000. The Long Round of PBR and ABBI's turnkey bull ownership program also took place Tuesday with the Top 6 bulls (due to a tie for fifth) moving on to buck at Thomas & Mack during Friday's PBR performance.  The current Back Seat Buckers leader is Papa Louie from Ghena's Bucking Bulls who scored a 90 in his first event win of the season. The Back Seat Buckers World Finals Champion will take home $100,000.

Earlier on Wednesday, the 2-year-old ABBI Futurity bulls competed at South Point Arena. The Top 25 bulls will return to South Point on Saturday, where the high score will take home $35,000. The current Futurity leader is Amigo II from Stoltzfus Cattle Co. with a 91.25.

The action continues Thursday with a Yearling Futurity at South Point and a Derby and Maturity on Friday. Tickets are just $10 for South Point events and available at the box office. 


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   2013 ABBI World Finals: Let the Battle of the Bulls Begin!

Over $1 Million to be Paid Out over 5 days

 

PUEBLO, COLO. (Oct. 16, 2013)- With over $1 million in prize money to be won, you can bet that when the ABBI World Finals start in Las Vegas next week, the world's best bucking bulls will be ready to battle. ABBI has cemented its place as the largest competitive bucking bull organization in the world, paying out over $1 million each year at the Las Vegas Finals and over $2 million a year total in prize money.

Our Classic (3 and 4-year-old) bulls will be facing off against the PBR's top cowboys during Round 1(Oct. 23) and Round 4 (Oct. 26) of the PBR World Finals,” stated Executive Director Dan Meihak. “These animals have competed at events all year long to get qualified and, out of hundreds of competitors, our very best will be showcased in Las Vegas.”

PBR Livestock Director Cody Lambert recently stated that this year's crop of Classic bulls is the best he's ever seen as a whole. Marque name bulls who got their start in the ABBI Classic system include past champions Bushwacker, Troubadour, Shepherd Hills Tested, Black Pearl, Back Bender, Stray Kitty and God's Gift.

Our bulls face the top bull riders in the world. There isn't a higher level of competition for man or beast in the sport of bull riding and we will be awarding $200,000 for first place,” added ABBI President Brad Boyd.

In addition to the Classic competition, there will be a Wild Card Classic (a last-chance qualifier for a spot in the Finals), a Mega Futurity (2-year-old bulls), a Maturity (open to bulls 3 and older), a Derby (3-year-old bulls), and a Yearling Futurity (bulls approaching age 2). Futurity bulls buck with a dummy on their back which simulates a rider, while older bulls all face-off against cowboys from the PBR.

The Classic competition will take place in conjunction with the PBR at Thomas & Mack Arena. All other ABBI competitions, as well as a western gift expo, will be held at South Point Arena.South Point event tickets are just $10 and can be bought at the box office.

There will also be the second annual Back Seat Buckers event. This unique turnkey bull ownership program allows anyone to become a stock contractor and offers some of the most elite bloodlines in the business. Last year's champion from Long Ranch, Long Shot 2, took home $250,000 from Las Vegas.

We have accomplished so much over the last 10 years,” stated ABBI President Brad Boyd. “I'm proud of what we have been able to do for our members and their animals. ABBI has no equivalent. If you want to be the best, you have to buck against the best.”

 

2013 marks the 10 year anniversary of American Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI) . Over the last decade, ABBI had established itself as the largest bucking cattle registry in the world. With over 160,000 animals registered in its DNA database, ABBI ensures the bloodlines of legendary animals are always preserved and protected. They are also the largest competitive bucking bull organization for professional stock contractors and animal athletes. Owned by shareholders, the ABBI has been able to raise the public profile of animal athletes to a whole new level. For more information: AmericanBuckingBull.com

 

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