Welcome to the Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series
May 18, 2015 (Louisville, KY)
The Battle of the Bluegrass Returns to Woodbury, TN This Weekend
The Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series (BOB Series) returns to Woodbury, TN, this Saturday, May 23, at 6pm. “We had a great time last year in Woodbury, and we expect this event to get larger and larger each year,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “Everyone was welcomed by the promoter and fans really appreciated seeing the stars of BOB Series compete against the local pullers from TN and beyond.”
The pull in Woodbury is a fundraiser for the Mooretown Volunteer Fire Department. Event Director, Michael George, has been very active promoting this event. “There is no telling how many posters I have distributed starting at the National Farm Machinery Show this past February. We plan on making this event the largest fundraiser we do all year and the money goes to keeping our Volunteer Fire Department up to date on equipment, to better serve our community,” commented George.
The pull in Woodbury, TN will take place this Saturday, at 6pm CST, and the location is at the Mooretown Fire Hall. Classes to run include Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Hot Farm Tractors, Outlaw Super Stock Tractors, Work Stock Diesel Trucks(2.5), Pro Street Diesel Trucks (2.6) and Light Weight Super Stock Tractors. Local classes will also be pulling. Directions can be found on the BOB Series website under locations. For more information go to www.bluegrasspulling.com.
May 10, 2015 (Louisville, KY)
Battle of the Bluegrass Returns To Bardstown
The Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series (BOB Series) returns to the Nelson County Fairgrounds, this Saturday, May 16 in Bardstown, KY. “We had a huge show here last year, battled the rain, and ended with one of the biggest pulls Bardstown has seen in years. We hope to do it again, without the rain this Saturday” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “Bardstown always has a good track and enthusiastic fans, so we look forward to another great show in Bardstown”.
The pull in Bardstown will feature several of the classes that the BOB Series sanctions, including the ever popular Pro Street Semis. “We look for some new rides in the Semi class to be there, as well as many other new rides that the drivers have been working on all winter,” commented McConnell. Bardstown is also the season opener for the Pro Street Diesel Trucks, and like the Semis, new rides are expected to be there. “You never know for sure how much of it is talk, and how much of it is real, but we are curious to see who will be out this weekend.”
The pull in Bardstown will take place, Saturday, May 16 at 7pm at the Nelson County Fairgrounds. Classes to run include Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Hot Farm Tractors, Pro Street Semis, Pro Street Diesel Trucks, Outlaw Super Stock Tractors, Work Stock Diesel Trucks and Super Stock 2WD Trucks.
For more information about this pull and the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass, please go to their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com
May 4, 2015 (Louisville, KY)
Falmouth, Kentucky Kicks Off the 2015 Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series
This Saturday, May 9 at 7pm, the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series (BOB Series) kicks off its 2015 season in Falmouth, Kentucky. “Falmouth has been the kick off of the Howes Lube/BOB Series for several years, and it is always interesting, as fans and drivers get to see all the new rides, and see what secrets the pullers have been working on all winter long,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “The stands are always packed, so fans need to get out early to grab a great seat and cheer on their favorite pullers.”
With this being the opening event, sometimes fans and drivers do not know what to expect. “A lot of pullers have made changes, and Falmouth will see if those changes were made in the right direction.” New pulling machines will also debut in Falmouth, including the return of the “Murphy’s Law” Super Stock 2WD Truck. “This truck was the 1995 Super Stock 2WD Champion for Bluegrass, and after 20 years, it will return to the track, with upgrades, of course,” commented McConnell. Also rumored to pull with some new Pro Farm Tractors, and some new Hot Farm Tractors. “We are expecting to see some brand new rides this weekend, so come out and see what is new this Saturday in Falmouth.”
The pull in Falmouth will take place this Saturday, May 9 at 7pm at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds. Classes to run include Work Stock Diesel Trucks, Street Diesel Trucks, Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Pro Farm Tractors, Hot Farm Tractors and Super Stock 2WD Trucks.
For more information on the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Series, please go to their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com.