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August 31, 2015 (Louisville, KY)
New Castle Hosts the Battle of the Bluegrass

Mac Cottrell continues to be on top in Work Stock. Find out how he does this weekend in New Castle.

Mac Cottrell continues to be on top in Work Stock. Find out how he does this weekend in New Castle.

This Saturday, September 5, the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Series (BOB Series) heads to the Henry County Fairgrounds in New Castle, Kentucky. “There are a ton of pulling fans that have wanted us to pull in New Castle for years, and this Saturday, the BOB Series will give the fans a great new event in New Castle,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “These are the pullers that are seen regularly on NBC Sports, so fans at this event will see, many for the first time, some of the biggest names in the sport of pulling.”

The pull in Henry County will feature eight classes on the BOB Series this Saturday in Henry County. The pre-show will start at 5pm, with 11,000 Farm Stock Tractors and Hot Farm Tractors, then at 6pm the regular show will start with Pro Street Diesel Trucks (2.6), Super Street Big Block 4×4, Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Pro Street Semis, Work Stock Diesel Trucks (2.5), and 13,000 Farm Stock Tractors.

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


 

August 17, 2015 (Louisville, KY)
East Bound and Down; The Battle of the Bluegrass Head to West Virginia

After making some changes, Pro Street Semi Puller Monty Craigmyle is getting ready to head to West Virginia to see how competes against the Semi Pullers out East. Find out how he does Saturday night in Grafton.

After making some changes, Pro Street Semi Puller Monty Craigmyle is getting ready to head to West Virginia to see how competes against the Semi Pullers out East. Find out how he does Saturday night in Grafton.

This Saturday, August 22, the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Series (BOB Series) heads east to Grafton, West Virginia. “We have been looking forward to this event all season long and we look forward to seeing how the Kentucky and Indiana pullers will compete against all the great pullers in the East,” commented BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “There has been a lot of talk about who is the best, and we will find out this Saturday in Grafton.”

The pull in Grafton is a fund raiser for two local fire departments. “I have been promoting Antiques and Garden Tractor pulling for many years, and we are really excited to put this event together,” said event promoter Pete Frazier. “This will be the biggest pull the state of West Virginia has had in many years, and we expect a huge turnout of fans and pullers. We have had to basically build a new track and seating area to make this event happen, so come out early and grab a good seat and enjoy some of the best pulling you will find anywhere.”

The pull in Grafton will take place this Saturday, August 22 at the Taylor County Fairgrounds in Grafton, with the start time at 6pm. Classes to run include Super Street 4×4 Big Blocks, Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Pro Farm Tractors, Outlaw Super Stock Tractors, Work Stock Diesel Trucks (2.5), Pro Street Diesel Trucks (2.6) and Pro Street Semis.

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


August 10, 2015 (Louisville, KY)
1st Annual Fallen Trooper Pull This Saturday in Shelbyville, Kentucky

After winning Owensboro and Mt. Sterling, the Liqui Tube sponsored Wives Competition of Levi and Larmary Thomas will be in action in Shelbyville to try to take their tractor into the winners circle again.

After winning Owensboro and Mt. Sterling, the Liqui Tube sponsored Wives Competition of Levi and Larmary Thomas will be in action in Shelbyville to try to take their tractor into the winners circle again.

This Saturday, August 15, the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series will be hosting a new event in Shelbyville, KY. “The Fallen Trooper Pull is a fundraiser for a memorial for all the Kentucky State Police Officers who have lost their lives in active duty serving the people of the Commonwealth of Kentucky,” said BOB Series President Kevin Fulks. “This event was the brain storm of Kenny Powell, who along with the State Police, have put this event together.”

The pull this Saturday will start at 6pm, however, there will be things to do all day at the Shelby County Fairgrounds, starting at 8am. “Come out early and enjoy a 5K walk and run, classic car show, Antique Tractors, Garden Tractor pulls and lots of good food. Bubba burgers and Faygo will be everywhere,” commented Kenny Powell.

Shelbyville, Kentucky has long been a place where pulling is popular, with pulling events taking place at the fairgrounds since the 1950’s. “This is geared up to be the largest pull that has ever taken place in Shelbyville, so come out and cheer on your favorite pullers,” commented Fulks.

For a complete listing of classes, please go to the BOB Series website at www.bluegrasspulling.com

 

 

 

 


 

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