Welcome to the Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series

May 15, 2016(Louisville, KY)
The Volunteer State Welcomes the Battle of the Bluegrass to Woodbury, TN.

Last weekend in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, Light Limited Super Stock puller Mark Filiatreau won his first ever Battle of the Bluegrass event. See how he does this weekend in Woodbury, TN.

Last weekend in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, Light Limited Super Stock puller Mark Filiatreau won his first ever Battle of the Bluegrass event. See how he does this weekend in Woodbury, TN.

This Saturday, May 21, the Battle of the Bluegrass returns for the 3rd Annual Mooretown Fire Department’s pulling event. “This is our biggest fund raiser of the year, and we work all year to make this event happen,” commented Michael George, pull chairman for the Mooretown Fire Department. “Our goal is to make this event bigger, and bigger and so far so good. We welcome every puller from all organizations in the region to come out pull against the best pullers in the United States.”

The pull in Woodbury, TN will take place this Saturday, May 21 at 6pm CST. Location of the pull site can be found on the Battle of the Bluegrass website under event locations. Classes to run include Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Work Stock Diesel Trucks(2.5), Pro Street Diesel Trucks (2.6/3.0), Outlaw Super Stock Tractors(Super Farm, Light Pro Stock, Limited Pro Stock Combo Class), and new this year for Woodbury, the Pro Farm Tractors.

For more information on the Battle of the Bluegrass, please go to their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com.


For the first time ever in Harrordsburg, Outlaw Super Stock Tractors will be pulling. This class is combination class allowing Super Farms, Classic Super Stocks, Light Weight Pro Stocks and Limited Pro Stocks, all pulling in the same class. Some of the pullers make well over 2500 horsepower! Leading the way for the Super Farms in former Battle of the Bluegrass champions, Billy and Tim Morris and their Brothers Keeper John Deere. They will be battling it out with another former champion, Jeff Tackett and his "Logan's Run" IH.

For the first time ever in Harrordsburg, Outlaw Super Stock Tractors will be pulling.

May 8, 2016 (Louisville, KY)
Harrodsburg, Kentucky Has 1st Annual Spring Pull Off This Saturday

After kicking off the pulling season last week in Falmouth with a sold out crowd, the Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series heads to the historic town of Harrodsburg, Kentucky. “We hosted a BOB Series event during the Mercer County Fair last year, with the result being the largest crowd the fair had for the entire week, so with the fans demanding it, we look forward to being in Harrodsburg this Saturday,” commented BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “We look forward to entertaining a great crowd of pulling fanatics this Saturday.”

The pull in Harrodsburg, Kentucky will take place this Saturday, May 14 at 6pm, at the Mercer County Fairgrounds in Harrodsburg. Classes to run include Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Work Stock Diesel Trucks (2.5), Super Stock 4WD Small Block, Super Stock 4WD Big Block, 12,000 Farm Stock Tractors, Hot Farm Tractors and for the first time ever in Harrodsburg, Outlaw Super Stock Tractors. “Fans in Harrodsburg have never seen what 2500 Horsepower is like, so if you have not seen the Outlaw Super Stocks, mark this Saturday, May 14 to be in Harrordsburg!”

For more information on the Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series, please go to their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com.


May 1, 2016 (Louisville, KY)
Battle of the Bluegrass Kicks off New Season in Falmouth, Kentucky

The Pro Street Semis pull for the first time ever in Falmouth, KY this Saturday, May 7. One of the top pullers in the class, Steve Lutmer, will be there in his International semi. Steve is from Lebanon, OH.

The Pro Street Semis pull for the first time ever in Falmouth, KY this Saturday, May 7. One of the top pullers in the class, Steve Lutmer, will be there in his International semi. Steve is from Lebanon, OH.

The Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series returns to Falmouth, Kentucky to launch the 2016 season. “It is Derby week in Kentucky, and the best place to feel horsepower will be in Falmouth this Saturday, May 7th,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “Falmouth has been our season opener for the last few years, and we tell everyone to come out early, as the stands are always overflowing with people.”

The pull in Falmouth will feature a new class this year, the Pro Street Semis. “Semis are popular everywhere we go, so this year, we are bringing them to Falmouth, and we hope we have enough weight in the sled to stop these monsters!” Falmouth will also see the debut of a new Semi, the “Picking Up the Pace” Peterbilt of Derek McWhorter. “Falmouth will be the first time I have ever pulled down the track, and I can’t wait to hook to the sled!” commented McWhorter.

The pull in Falmouth, KY at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds, will take place this Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 7pm EST. Classes to run include Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Pro Farm Tractors, Pro Street Semis, Work Stock Diesel Trucks, Pro Street Diesel Trucks and Super Stock 2WD Trucks.
For information about this event or the Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series, please go to their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com.


February 10, 2016(Louisville, KY)
US Lube Returns as Official Oil Additive of the Battle of the Bluegrass

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US Lube, a name very familiar to the sport of pulling, has returned as the Official Oil Additive for the BOB Series. “US Lube has proven itself to be the leader in heavy duty additives and we are glad to return to the Real Deal with US Lube,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “Many of our pullers were asking about the Oil Enhancer Product, and US Lube created that product, and we are glad to have it available to both pullers and fans of the sport as well.”

USLube_DaveUS Lube is owned by Dave Latimer. Latimer was one of the founders of the Petro Truck Stop Chains, and has worked in the heavy duty industry since the late 1970’s, pioneering such changes in the trucking industry that includes full service truck centers and quick lube services, that today are taken for granted, but were not when Latimer debuted them in the industry. Latimer’s return to US Lube has sparked much interest, as Latimer is known for creating products that really work well. “I take a lot of pride with my products. I make sure that the products used in 2000 horsepower pulling motors are the same products used in over the road trucks and farm tractors. I use the sport of pulling to test and design the best additives I can and if they can withstand the test of pulling a sled, then US Lube can handle anything any farmer or trucker can put to it.”

US Lube’s product line includes its famous Oil Enhancer, which is known for extending the life of your engine, as well as its Fuel Enhancer, known for its fuel savings and horsepower increases. Clint Corwin, driver of the “Dilligaf” Dodge, has been using US Lube for several years and says “I am glad US Lube is back. The products are simply the best. I used some other products the last two years, and again, I cannot tell you how happy I am to be back with US Lube.”

US Lube is currently looking for dealers, distributors and WD’s. For more information about becoming a dealer or distributor please contact Nadia at 502-271-8978. For more information about US Lube please go to their website at www.uslube.us.