The Feist

June 19. 2017

THE FEIST

THE ONE. THE ONLY. THE MOST ANTICIPATED MONDAY OF THE YEAR!

The Most Anticipated Monday of the Year

We invite you to come celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Bob Feist Invitational Team Roping with us this June. 100 of the top teams in the roping industry will back in the boxes for a chance at winning the coveted BFI buckles.
The doors open at 7a.m. followed by the grand entry, introduction of the teams, and the national anthem. The first team will rope at 8 o’clock sharp.

 

PAYOUT = $800,000 in cash and prizes

6 Rounds. 5 Full Go-Rounds. Top 15 Advance to the Short-Go

Entry Criteria

We invite you to come celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Bob Feist Invitational Team Roping with us this June. 100 of the top teams in the roping industry will back in the boxes for a chance at winning the coveted BFI buckles. The doors open at 7a.m. followed by the grand entry, introduction of the teams, and the national anthem. The first team will rope at 8 o’clock sharp.

Entry Form

We invite you to come celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Bob Feist Invitational Team Roping with us this June. 100 of the top teams in the roping industry will back in the boxes for a chance at winning the coveted BFI buckles. The doors open at 7a.m. followed by the grand entry, introduction of the teams, and the national anthem. The first team will rope at 8 o’clock sharp.

Download High-Resolution Entry Form

Sending in entries and money does not guarantee a spot.

Hotel Release Forms

Rooms are available on a first-come first-served basis. All room blocks are subject to a thirty (30) day cut-off. Reservations received after May 29th, 2017 will only be accepted on a space and rate availability basis. Checks are not accepted and all reservations must be held with a valid credit card. Room rates may vary on time of year and time of week. Special BFI WEEK room rates will be available to competitors of Ullman-Peterson Events contestants only. Filling out this form does not guarantee a room reservation. Please check with the property to make sure your room reservation is completed prior to arrival. Use rate code BFI17 when calling in.

Download Form

Make sure to book hotels ahead of time. For phone numbers and links to our sponsor hotel’s websites, click on the Hotel/Travel link in the navigation bar.

Credit Card Authorization

All Ropers are encouraged to fill this form. 100 of the top teams in the roping industry will back in the boxes for a chance at winning the coveted BFI buckles. The doors open at 7a.m. followed by the grand entry, introduction of the teams, and the national anthem. The first team will rope at 8 o’clock sharp.

Download High-Resolution Form

Sending this form to the BFIWeek staff will allow them to pay all of your fees and stalls easily on your credit card.

Past Champions

BFI SCORE LENGHT
The times are getting faster, but remember the scores have changed a lot over the years: 1977-1980: 35-foot score at Chowchilla, Calif. 1981: 25-foot score at las vegas, nev. 1982: 35-foot score at Denton, Texas 1984-1988: 18-foot score at Reno, nev. (outdoor Arena) 1989-2012: 18-foot score at Reno, nev. (indoor Arena)
74.88 – Ron darnell & Matt Silveira, 1977

81.42 – Larry Goss & Mike Garrison, 1978

82.67 – Brian Burrows & Allen Bach, 1979

67.03 – Tee Woolman & Leo Camarillo, 1980

56.48 – David Motes & Denny Watkins, 1981

70.86 – Bret Beach & Clay O’Brien Cooper, 1982

57.99 – Mark Arnold & Rickey Green, 1984

53.30 – Tim Fanning & Mark Fanning, 1985

54.89 – Danny Garcia & Stewart Pike, 1986

56.78 – Dee Pickett & Mike Beers, 1987

45.70 – Jake Barnes & ClayO’Brienn Cooper, 1988

47.96 – Troy Frazier & Wade Jess, 1989

50.41 – Rocky Carpenter & Tom Flenniken, Jr., 1990

46.54 – Charles Pogue & Steve Northcott, 1991

48.79 – Rick Steed & Greg Bennett, 1992

49.83 – Matt Tyler & Steve Northcott, 1993

51.35 – Kevin Stewart & K.C. Jones, 1994

51.40 – Rube Woolsey & Kory Koontz, 1995

47.63 – Matt Tyler & Kory Koontz, 1996

47.72 – Bobby Hurley & Cody Cowden, 1997

52.01 – Speed Williams & Rich Skelton, 1998

45.79 – Charles Pogue & Britt Bockius, 1999

44.62 – Charles Pogue & Britt Bockius, 2000

45.72 – Speed Williams & Rich Skelton, 2001

44.63 – Speed Williams & Rich Skelton, 2002

45.21 – Mikey Fletcher & Travis Woodard, 2003

43.75 – Turtle Powell & Monty Joe Petska, 2004

43.87 – Clay Tryan & Patrick Smith, 2005

45.98 – Brandon Thone & Chad Harper, 2006

46.92 – Steve Purcella & Casey Chamberlain, 2007

47.83 – Clay Tryan & Walt Woodard, 2008

45.49 – Caleb Mitchell & Tyan Motes, 2009

45.92 – J.d. Yates & Jay Wadhams, 2010

44.63 – Colby Siddoway & Caleb Twisselman, 2011

45.37 – Clay Tryan & Travis Graves, 2012

40.54 – Trevor Brazile & Patrick Smith, 2013

45.20 –  Drew Horner & Buddy Hawkins, 2014

42.83 – Erich Rogers & Cory Petska, 2015

42.71 – Zac Small & Wesley Thorp, 2016

 

BFI Stats

ALL-TIME MONEY EARNERS
Clay Tryan $207,611
Rich Skelton $200,406
Kory Kootnz $153,764
Speed Williams $152,201
Clay O’Brien Cooper $150,216
J.D. Yates $149,398
Charles Pogue $148,391
Tee Woolman $131,860
Caleb Twisselman $130,625
Walt Woodard $125,960
Britt Bockius $124,040
Matt Tyler $121,949
Turtle Powell $116,030
Denny Watkins $110,420
Steve Purcella $103,786

Monty Joe Petska $98,857
Kyle Lockett $97,650
Jay Wadhams $90,442
Bobby Harris $87,957
Allen Bach $84,990
Jake Barnes $81,644
Casey Chamberlain $81,605
Brady Minor $79,511
Caleb Mitchell $78,755
Patrick Smith $77,712
Martin Lucero $77,166
Riley Minor $76,788
Doyle Gellerman $76,374
Luke Brown $76,347
Bret Boatright $75,878
Cody Hintz $75,645

Ryan Motes $74,705
Travis Graves $72,726
Steve Northcott $71,371
David Key $68,254
Jhett Johnson $67,093
Colby Siddoway $66,255
Chris Lawson $65,782
Derrick Begay $63,955
Cesar de la Cruz $62,970
Daniel Green $60,444
Travis Bard $57,856
Bobby Hurley $56,082
Mark Simon $55,574
Cody Cowden $55,369
Brandon Beers $54,580
Lance Brooks $54,306
Travis Woodard $53,328
Arky Rogers $51,030
MikeyFletcher $50,633
Mike Beers $50,553

Brett Tonozzi $49,587
Charly Crawford $48,991
Kevin Stewart $48,869
Quinn Kesler $48,530
T.J. McCauley $48,530
Chad Harper $47,454
Brandon Thone $47,454
Tom Flenniken, Jr. $46,112
Jett Hillman $44,970
Rube Woolsey $43,069
Dee Pickett $40,621
Logan Olson $40,340
Keven Daniel $40,005
Brock Hanson $39,829
Tyler Magnus $38,523
Wayne Folmer $37,161
Wade Wheatley $33,851
Nick Sarchett $33,624
Shad Chadwick $33,065
Matt Zancanella $32,487
Dustin Bird 30,850
Thomas Richards $30,850
Chase Tryan $30,555
Justin Davis $30,378

 

 

Live Scoring

We invite you to come celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Bob Feist Invitational Team Roping with us this June. 100 of the top teams in the roping industry will back in the boxes for a chance at winning the coveted BFI buckles. The doors open at 7a.m. followed by the grand entry, introduction of the teams, and the national anthem. The first team will rope at 8 o’clock sharp.

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