BFI Reno Hooey Jr Open Results

BFI Reno Hooey Jr Open Results

Average Results 1. Cash Duty and Jaylen Eldridge, 37.01 on 5, $11,000; 2. Cason Richey and Nicky Northcott, 43.16 on 5, $8,000; 3. Trent Lee Wood and Nicky Northcott, 45.97 on 5, $5,000; 4. Josey Ray Funk and Garrett K Jepson, 47.75 on 5, $2,400.   Fast Time Round 1 Cash Duty and Jaylen Eldridge, 6.80 seconds, $2,000   Fast Time Round 2 James Arviso and Cash Duty, 6.09 seconds, $2,000   Fast Time Round 3 Jace Thorstenson and John Hisel, 5.94 seconds, $2,000   Fast Time Short Go Eli Green and Chase Helton, 7.45 seconds, $1,200 
BFI Reno Hooey Jr 10.5 Results

BFI Reno Hooey Jr 10.5 Results

Average Results Daxtyn Feild and Howdy Jackson, 34.71 on four, $15,000; 2. Devon McDaniel and Birch Eiguren, 35.71 on four, $10,000; 3. Ryan Bettencourt and Trey White, 35.83 on four, $7,000; 4. Ally McDaniel and Noah Williams, 38.48 on four, $5,000; 5. Ally McDaniel and Birch Eiguren, 44.89 on four, $3,000; 6. Brayden Grashuis and Brody Grashuis, 56.38 on four, $1,200; 7. Sam Kofoed and Lucas Cruz, 24.83 on three, $1,100.   Fast Time Round 1 Aaron Champneys and Conor Ward, 7.11 seconds, $1,800; 2. Tayler Felton and Daunte Ceresola, 7.62 seconds, $450; 2. Kyndall Green and Eli Green, 7.62 ...Read More
Jaxson Tucker Sets Sights On Reno Redemption

Jaxson Tucker Sets Sights On Reno Redemption

Jaxson Tucker, a 19 year old North Carolina native, was living out his childhood dream as he headed into the short round of his first-ever Bob Feist Invitational this past March at Lazy E Arena. Along with partner Dustin Searcy, the duo was ready to battle it out on the 6th steer of the day in hopes of a Feist Championship. Unfortunately the dream turned into a nightmare when Tucker missed the final steer. “The 13th part was really a let down for me”, said Tucker, “I’m bad about being hard on myself but it does build a lot of ...Read More
Swapped… Almost

Swapped… Almost

A definite fan favorite in professional heeling is Missouri native Billie Jack Saebens, who’s best-known for his hocking talents aboard flashy Dixon Flowers horses. Thus, when fans noticed him switch to heading the past few months – and even enter next week’s BFI Reno Open that way – they went ahead and told him they were upset about it.  Lucky for them, as of a couple of days ago, Saebens changed his mind. After all, he’s placed at the BFI about four times in just the past seven or eight years – as a heeler. And oh, the horses. He’s ...Read More
Crowell All In For BFI Reno

Crowell All In For BFI Reno

Remember that guy that jumped into the Reno Sparks Livestock Arena back in 2018 when Chris Francis and Cade Passig won the Feist? Well hang onto your Resistols folks, he’s coming back but this time he’s competing for the $100K guaranteed payout to first place!   We caught up with Cactus Ropes cowboy, Cord Crowell, and asked how he felt about competing at the 2021 Reno Open Championship presented by Wild Rag Vodka and find out how he’s preparing for the 5-steer (hopefully 6) marathon that will take place Monday, June 21st. “To say I’m excited would be an understatement! ...Read More
BFI Reno Open Attracts Best In the World Champs Guaranteed $100,000

BFI Reno Open Attracts Best In the World Champs Guaranteed $100,000

With the West Coast virtually shut down completely for more than a year now, the return of the Reno Rodeo and lucrative Bob Feist Invitational (BFI) Reno Open on June 21 is delighting west-coast roping fans.   The BFI Reno Open will offer one more glimpse of team roping’s biggest legends in action in Reno on that Monday. In addition to Hall-of-Famers Jake Barnes and Clay O’Brien Cooper entering together again, roughly 110 of the other best teams in the world will try their luck on an 18-foot score but for lesser entry fees of $2,000 per man. The event ...Read More
BFI Reno to Include RFD-TV’s American Qualifier

BFI Reno to Include RFD-TV’s American Qualifier

Two events of the six-day 2021 Bob Feist Invitational (BFI) Reno Championships will serve as qualifiers for RFD-TV’s The American – which in 2022 promises to offer a staggering $2 million sidepot to any qualifiers who beat the invited pros. The innovative rodeo, nearing its ninth year in AT&T Stadium, is expected to be the first $3 million one-day rodeo in the history of the sport. The premise of The American has always been to showcase the best in the world, whether they’re tried-and-true veterans or complete unknowns who don’t compete in rodeo for a living. BFI Week, too, has ...Read More