MEET THE BULLS
BIG SKY EVENTS
Rowdy Town is a firecracker! He can move and change directions faster than any bull I have ever seen. As a bull rider it’s hard to imagine how you could even stay on him. Rowdy Town doesn’t even turn two until June.
Western Skies has been featured in Championship rounds from New York City to southern Oklahoma. With a hop and skip, Western is always changing it up for the riders—you never know what’s next.
BIG SKY COUNTRY
Big Sky Country will be competing in the Barnes Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association this spring 2022. This will allow him to build up his stats to qualify for the Pro Division this coming fall.
Midnight is a Derby four-year-old World Champion. Midnight Rock started 2021 with a bang, proving to be one of the best bulls in the world and bucking off two PBR World Champions in his first two events.
Hey Bear is the #2 draft pick of the 2020 season. He is an amazing athlete and has been in training for the last eight months.
Figjam is the #1 draft pick of the 2020 season. He is an amazing athlete and has been in training for the last eight months.
Cliff Hanger is the most intimidating bull on the Ranch. Weighing in at more than 1800 pounds and his horns facing down, he wears a light orange color coat scattered with battle scars of living life on the edge.
BIG SKY BULLS
Viper is a three-time PBR WORLD Finals bucking bull, ABBI Wild Card Champion, won Big Sky Bull of the Event, and is a several time Championship Round Bull.
Outlaw gets his name pretty easy, he is a little outlaw. This year is Outlaw’s first year on the Pro tour and is proving to have what it takes to chase the title for many years to come.
755 Vortex is one of the best bulls in the World on paper. Vortex’s pedigree shows to be an own son of World Champion Bucking Bull Bruiser and his mother packs the power as well. Vortex semen has already gone Global. 755 semen is sold in Australia, Canada, and Costa Rica already.
The Yellowstone Bulls are growing quickly, gaining around one pound a day. Within the next month of March, the one-year-old bulls will start their training program, taking their first steps in the arena.
Cliff Hanger remains unridden this season and is No. 8 in the standings. Outlaw is ranked No. 38. Both bulls are hoping to compete at the PBR World Finals in Fort Worth in May 2022.