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Home-State Heroes Jake Cooper Clay and Billie Jack Saebens Take $150,000 W at 2022 BFI

Home-State Heroes Jake Cooper Clay and Billie Jack Saebens Take $150,000 W at 2022 BFI

Fans who attended the 45th annual Bob Feist Invitational Team Roping Classic at the world-famous Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma were treated to the tightest short round in BFI history. And it was Sooner State cowboys Jake Cooper Clay and Billie Jack Saebens who came out kings of the 126-team BFI from third high callback to take the sweet $150,000 victory lap after roping six steers in 47.11 seconds.    “The BFI is the most prestigious roping there is, in my book,” said Clay, 23, who calls Sapulpa home. “I’ve watched the BFI forever. You can’t look away from ...Read More
THE FEIST Results – 45th annual Bob Feist Invitational

THE FEIST Results – 45th annual Bob Feist Invitational

Aggregate: 1. Jake Cooper Clay and Billie Jack Saebens, 47.11 seconds on six, $150,000; 2. James Arviso and Josh Patton, 47.21 seconds on six, $100,000; 3. Rhen Richard and Jeremy Buhler, 47.35 seconds on six, $70,000; 4. Chad Masters and Cory Petska, 47.92 on six, $50,000; 5. Bubba Buckaloo and Joseph Harrison, 48.33 seconds on six, $30,000; 6. Blake Hughes and Brady Norman, 48.54 seconds on six, $20,000; 7. Wyatt Bray and Cutter Thomison, 48.83 on six, $15,000; 8. Kaden Richard and Brady Ramone, 49.23 seconds on six, $12,000; 9. Dawson Graham and Dillon Graham, 49.24 seconds on six, $10,000; ...Read More
Speed Williams and Matt Sherwood Are First-Ever BFI Legends Champs

Speed Williams and Matt Sherwood Are First-Ever BFI Legends Champs

It took 10 gold heading buckles to win the inaugural BFI Legends Roping, and Speed Williams and Matt Sherwood were the over-40 guys who brought their best game to the world-famous Lazy E Arena on April 1 to get it done. Eight-time champ of the world Williams, 54, headed for two-time world heading titlist Sherwood, 52, as one of 34 teams entered that treated the crowd to a sweet real-time walk down memory lane. “Are you kidding me, I won $20,000 for roping with Speed Williams?” Sherwood grinned at roping’s end. “I’ve never run a steer with the best header ...Read More
BFI Legends Results

BFI Legends Results

Aggregate: 1. Speed Williams and Matt Sherwood, 40.9 seconds, $40,000; 2. Jeff Hilton and Zane Bruce, 44.0 seconds, $10,000; 3. Tyler Magnus and Zane Bruce, 45.38 seconds, $5,000.  First Round: 1. Manny Egusquiza and Monty Joe Petska, 6.64 seconds, $2,000.  Second Round: 1. Chris Francis and Josh Patton, 5.41 seconds, $2,000. 
15.5 Results – Wrangler BFI Week

15.5 Results – Wrangler BFI Week

Aggregate: 1. Spencer Mitchell and Trigger Hargrove, 31.22 seconds, $40,000; 2. Trevor Kirchenschlager and Spencer Mitchell, 31.46 seconds, $26,000; 3. Casey Hicks and Trigger Hargrove, 32.43 seconds, $20,000; 4. Justin Parrish and Kyle R Crick, 33.22 seconds, $15,000; 5. Casey Hicks and Shawn Trimble, 33.37 seconds, $12,000; 6. Brandon Farris and Tyler Coleman, 33.96 seconds, $11,000; 7. Cutter Cain and Blayne Horne, 34.14 seconds, $8,000; 8. Cason Richey and Justin Lynn Copp, 34.27 seconds, $8,000. First Round: 1. Spencer Mitchell and Trigger Hargrove, 7.01 seconds, $4,500; 2. Eli Green and Daniel Reed, 7.12 seconds, $3,000; 3. Gary Hill and Jessen ...Read More
Family Tradition Trumps All as Mitchell and Hargrove Go 1-2-3 in BFI 15.5 Roping

Family Tradition Trumps All as Mitchell and Hargrove Go 1-2-3 in BFI 15.5 Roping

Spencer Mitchell and his 15-year-old nephew Trigger Hargrove delivered in dominating fashion with an $86,000 1-2-3 punch in the BFI #15.5 Roping, which was held April 1 at the Lazy E Arena. With 31.22 seconds on four steers, Wrangler National Finals Rodeo header Mitchell and young Hargrove cashed the $40,000 winners’ check. Mitchell switched ends and heeled for Trevor Kirchenschlager to take second and $26,000, and Trigger heeled for Casey Hicks for third place and $20,000 on top of the win with Uncle Spank.  After taking command of the roping heeling for Kirchenschlager at second high callback, Mitchell had that ...Read More
Hooey JR BFI Open Results

Hooey JR BFI Open Results

Aggregate: 1. James Arviso and Landen Glenn, 32.93 seconds on four head, $25,000; 2. Jace Thorstenson and Denton Dunning, 35.75 on four head, $17,000; 3. Mason Appleton and JR Gonzalez, 35.93 on four head, $12,500; 4. Cole Smith and Michael Eugenio Calmelat, 36.6 on four head, $9,000; 5. Kyler Beshirs and Belden Cox, 41.34 on four head, $7,500; 6. Cutter Cain and Trey Moore, 41.34 on four head, $5,000; 7. Shye Pate and Catcher Gasperson, 43.53 on four head, $4,000; 8. Eli Green and Chase Helton, 45.13 on four head, $3,000 First Round: 1. Zane Collins and Chase McGuire, 6.68 ...Read More
Arviso and Glenn Take $25,000 Hooey Jr BFI Open Title

Arviso and Glenn Take $25,000 Hooey Jr BFI Open Title

When you’re hot, you’re hot. Arizona’s James Arviso and Oklahoma’s Landen Glenn haven’t had many chances to rope together yet in their young careers. But the 18-year-old high school seniors have already found chemistry, and the ability to come through in the clutch and close the deal when it really counts. Coming from third high call, Arviso and Glenn roped four steers in 32.93 seconds and struck for the $25,000 win Thursday at the 2022 Hooey Jr BFI Open at the world-famous Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma.  If Arviso’s shy grin and humble words seem familiar, it’s because he’s ...Read More
Texas Teens Kick Off BFI Week With Big Win in Hooey Jr BFI 10.5

Texas Teens Kick Off BFI Week With Big Win in Hooey Jr BFI 10.5

Kendra Santos  BFI Week 2022 is officially underway here at the Fabulous Lazy E in Guthrie, Oklahoma, and Texas teens Blaine Burleson and Colton Clayton got the party started as the first champions to take center stage. The talented 15-year-old high school sophomores stopped the clock four times in 31.27 seconds to top the 191-team field at the Hooey Jr BFI #10.5 Roping, and edge reserve titlists and fellow Texans Aaron Raulston and Kelon Andrews, who were a close 31.39. The team of Burleson and Clayton won a whopping $22,000, and also hauled off Cactus Saddlery Saddles, Heel-O-Matic Sliders, Gist ...Read More
Hooey JR BFI 10.5 Results

Hooey JR BFI 10.5 Results

First Round: 1. Hayden Sanders and Trey Toft, 6.78 seconds, $2,500; 2. Walker Smith and Hayes Johnson, 6.8 seconds, $2,000; 3. Jhett Vanderhamm and Clay Mecklenburg, 6.98 seconds, $1,500. Second Round: 1.Blaine Coates and Sid Harvey, 4.99, $2,500; 2. Preston Ivey and Brayden Morris, 5.49 seconds, $2,000; 3. Kyler Kanady and Braxton Barker, 5.76, $1,500.  Short Round: 1. Daxtyn Feild, 7.62 seconds, $2,500; 2. Brayden Edney and Trevor Miller, 8.51 seconds, $2,000; 3. Tanner G Evans and Bray Fenoglio, 8.87 seconds, $1,500. Aggregate: 1. Blaine Burleson and Colton W Clayton, 31.27, $22,000; 2. Aaron Raulston and Kelon Andrews, 31.39 seconds, ...Read More