Monday, November 20, 2017

LSGTPA 2017 Champions Crowned

The Lone Star Garden Tractor Pullers Association 2017 season has concluded, with the champions crowned in each of ten classes of competiton.  The ten event season featured two double header contests, and included eight cities on the 2017 LSGTPA tour.



The LSGTPA Youth Class title would be awarded to Jacob Hovind and the Mean Green Pulling Team from Princeton, Texas.  The team would utilize several drivers, to post four wins on the season, scoring the championship crown aboard the 'Yes Deere' machine.



The LSGTPA Stock Class title would be earned by Claude Lewis of Ravenna, Texas.  Claude would post a five win season effort, aboard his 'Old Yeller' tractor.  The Cub Cadet 126 tractor features a Kohler engine, spinning Carlisle Super Lug tires. 


The 2017 LSGTPA Hot Stock Class champion crown would be earned by Madison Pellerin, aboard her 'Instigator' machine.  Madison would post a dominating seven win season during the 2017 series, to score the championship crown in her first full season of competition.


The Stock Diesel Class 2017 Championship title would be taken by Patrick Bramlett and the PB&J Pulling Team.  Bramlett would use a six win season to take the class title, aboard his award winning 'Warthog' machine.  The Cub Cadet 782D tractor features a military theme, utilizing features and images reflecting the Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt aircraft, used by the US Airforce.


The LSGTPA Big Stock Class title would belong to Jerry Toland, and his 'Triple Deuce' number 222 machine.  Toland would post five wins during the season, to take the top spot in the field.  Jerry fields two tractors in competition from Bryan, Texas, and would double up in 2017 with two championship titles.


The high winding Stock Altered Class championship title would belong to Michael Mayberry of Sequin, Texas in 2017.   Mayberry would score two wins enroute to his class title, aboard his 'Pulling For Peanuts' machine.  The twin cylinder, alcohol burning machine features a Cub Cadet chassis and drive train.  


The LSGTPA Super Stock Class title for 2017, would belong to Ralph Lauffer of Fort Collins, Colorado.  Lauffer competes within several pulling organizations across multiple states, and would use a three win season to score his first Texas class title.


The 2017 LSGTPA Outlaw Class Championship crown would be worn by Paul Smith, of Morgans Point Resort, Texas.  Smith would wheel his crowd favorite, 'Texan', to a seven win season to earn the class title.  The award winning 'Texan' tractor, features a high winding Suzuki GSXR for power.


The LSGTPA Mini Rod Class Championship title would belong to Jerry Toland, who would double up in 2017 with two class championships.  Toland would pilot his popular 'Shinin Time' tractor to the win in Mini Rod Class, using five wins and two runnerup finishes in ten events, to secure the crown.  The alcohol fueled Dodge powered machine features a vintage fuel injection system on a four cylinder engine.


The LSGTPA Super Rod Class title would be taken by Ken Langham, Sr. of Bonham, Texas.  Langham and his Longhorn Express Pulling Team field multiple tractors, and would pilot his 'Psycho' machine into the top spot in the Super Rod Class.  The Bonham Service Center backed team would use Chevrolet power to take the top spot in the class.


During the 2017 LSGTPA awards program, the club would honor the Armed Forces Veterans of the pulling teams.  Veterans in attendance included Richard Duncan, Claude Lewis, John Kiemele, John Aufdenkamp, Jerry Toland, Ken Langham Sr, and Patrick Bramlett.







Tuesday, October 24, 2017

LSGTPA HELP-A-CHILD-BENEFIT 2017 SEASON FINALS RESULTS

LSGTPA HELP-A-CHILD-BENEFIT 2017 SEASON FINALS RESULTS

LSGTPA pulling teams would roll into Sulphur Springs, Texas for the final event of the 2017 pulling season, contested under the lights of the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center stadium.  Held as a feature of annual Help-A-Child-Benefit event, the tractor pull would cap a full day of activities, including a chili cook-off, BBQ contest, antique tractor pull, and an auction.  The fundraising event has donated proceeds approaching two hundred thousand dollars, since 2008. 

Youth Class competitors would take to the sandy arena track first, with Kaden Wilbur scoring a win aboard the 'Yes Deere' tractor, for the Mean Green Pulling Team camp.  Lane Duncan would post a runnerup finish aboard his 'Twisted Kitty' machine.  Duncan would also place his 'Texas T-Rex' tractor on the podium, with a third place finish in the class.  Jared Stephan would wheel his 'Iron Head' tractor into the fourth place spot, with Cody Doyle piloting his 'Old Yeller' tractor into the top five.  Kaden Wilbur would place his 'Ugly Duckling' machine, in the sixth place position, to round out the field of tough Youth Class competitors.


In Stock Class competition, Kody Langham would wheel his Longhorn Express Pulling Team entry into the top spot, with Claude Lewis taking the runnerup spot aboard his 'Old Yeller' machine.  In Hot Stock, Steve Bowerman would use on opening round Full Pull on the 160 foot track, to secure the victory.  John Aufdenkamp would place his 'Rusteze' tractor in the runnerup spot for the Outlaw Pulling Team.  Mason Hovind would steer his 'Yes Deere' tractor onto the third place podium position.


In Stock Diesel, Patrick Bramlett would take the win aboard his 'Warthog' tractor, with Aidan Hovind pulling his 'Buckshot' machine into the runnerup spot.  In Big Stock, Kody Langham would double up on the night, with a win aboard his 'Texas Thunder' entry.  Jerry Toland would score the runnerup, with his 'Triple Deuce' machine.  John Aufdenkamp would take the third place position, with Gary Bramlett scoring a fourth place finish aboard his 'Amuck' tractor. 


In Outlaw Class competition, hired gun Jerry Toland would pilot Paul Smith's 'Texan' tractor into the top spot.  In Mini Rod Class, David Houchen would take the victory aboard his 'Back In The Day' tractor, using two great pulls to secure the win.  Colby Crowe would pilot his high-winding  'Weekend Warrior' machine into the runnerup spot.  Jerry Toland would post a third place finish, aboard his alcohol burning 'Shinin Time' tractor.  Sarah Crowe would finish in fourth place, aboard her turbo charged '99% Moody' tractor, after drivetrain issues would sideline her tractor in the second round. 

The Super Rod Class tractors closed the event with a wild show.  Kody Langham would use a final round Full Pull, aboard his Ford powered 'Sneaky Snake' tractor, to take the victory.  Ken Langham, Sr. would score an opening round Full Pull, aboard his 'Psycho' machine, to pace the field.  Langham Sr. was on a great pass in the final round, in an attempt to match the 'Sneaky Snake', when the engine let go aboard his Chevrolet powered entry, just inches from the finish line and the lead.  The Longhorn Express Pulling Team would finish one-two in the class, just inches apart.  John Kiemele would use two great pulls aboard his 'Dodge This' tractor, to score a close third place podium finish in the class.  Randell Moody and his 'Ridge Runner' tractor would score a fourth place finish, with Rocky Young making his pulling debut aboard the machine as the final round pilot.



As part of the Help-A-Child-Benefit fundraising, a raffle was conducted for a welding trailer package, provided with the support of Faulk Company, Anchor Contracting, 5W Construction, Kearney Trailers, Air Gas, and others.  The LSGTPA Youth Class drivers were honored to draw the ten finalists names from the entries, with the grand prize awarded to Baylee Massey. 




The LSGTPA 2017 season final was an exciting event, combined with the excitement of great prize drawings and fantastic food at the Help-A-Child-Benefit, held in an awesome facility that is the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center.  To stay tuned for the crowning of the 2017 Champions, and the 2018 LSGTPA pulling schedule, visit the www.LSGTPA.com web page. 


 



FARMERSVILLE OLD TIME SATURDAY LSGTPA RESULTS

FARMERSVILLE OLD TIME SATURDAY LSGTPA TRACTOR PULL RESULTS
by LSGTPA

Founded in 1849 as a shipping point for cattle and bois d'arc posts, Farmersville, Texas has long been known as a hub for marketing agricultural products.  The community organized an Onion Festival for years, the roots of which have led to the current Old Time Saturday event, celebrated each October.  The Lone Star Garden Tractor Pullers Association teams, have become a proud feature of the event, competing on a 200 foot track, just a stones throw from the downtown festivities.  As area farmers and families celebrate the end of harvest season, the pulling teams enter the final stretch of the 2017 LSGTPA Championship season. With valuable points and class titles on the line, competitors would thrill the crowd with two rounds of exciting LSGTPA tractor pulling action.


Opening ceremonies would feature an outstanding National Anthem performance, delivered by Sydnee Hawkins.  Pastor Rick Emmert would deliver the opening prayer.
The LSGTPA Youth Class competitors would take to the hard packed track first, with Jacob Hovind taking his 'Yes Deere' entry to the win.  Cody Doyle would wheel his 'Old Yeller' tractor into the runnerup spot, with Jared Stephan placing his 'Iron Head' machine on the podium in third place.  Lane Duncan would score a fourth place finish aboard his 'Twisted Kitty' tractor, with Kaden Wilbur pulling to a top five finish aboard his 'Ugly Duckling' machine.  Seth Wilbur would score a sixth place finish on the day, with Lane Duncan posting a seventh place scoring aboard his 'Texas T-Rex', which suffered drive train issues during the opening round.


In Stock Class competition, Claude Lewis would take the title aboard his 'Old Yeller' tractor.  Kody Langham would score a runnerup finish, for the Longhorn Express Pulling Team.  In Hot Stock Class, Madison Pellerin would take the crown, with a  first place finish aboard the 'Instigator' tractor.  John Aufdenkamp would take the runnerup spot, aboard the Outlaw Pulling Team 'Rusteze' tractor.  Mason Hovind would pull onto the podium, with a third place finish aboard his 'Yes Deere' tractor.  Kody Langham would wheel his Bonham Service Center entry to a fourth place finish in the class.

Stock Diesel would see Patrick Bramlett scoring a victory, aboard his beautiful 'Warthog' machine.  Aidan Hovind would score the runnerup position, aboard his 'Buck Shot' tractor, for the Mean Green Pulling Team camp. 

In Big Stock Class competition, Jerry Toland would wheel his immaculate 'Triple Deuce' tractor, into the top spot for the crown.  Patrick Bramlett would score a runnerup finish, aboard his 'A Muck' machine.  John Aufdenkamp would place his Outlaw Pulling Team entry on the podium in third place.  Kody Langham. would pull to a fourth place finish, aboard his 'Texas Thunder' tractor, for the Longhorn Express Pulling Team.

In Outlaw Class, Paul Smith would ride his 'Texan' tractor into the top spot, scoring a Full Pull in the opening round.  Steve Pierce would place his 'Buzzards Roost' machine in the runnerup position on the leader board.  In a wild Mini Rod Class showdown, Colby Crowe would take the win aboard his 'Weekend Warrior' tractor.  David Houchen would take the runnerup spot, aboard his 'Back In The Day' machine.  Sarah Crowe would wheel her '99% Moody', turbocharged diesel tractor,  onto the podium in third place.  Jerry Toland would steer his 'Shinin Time' tractor to a fourth place finish in the class. 

The crowd pleasing Super Rod Class tractors would close the show, with Ken Langham using a Full Pull to score the win, aboard his Chevrolet powered  'Psycho' machine.  John Kiemele would use two great pulls from his Chrysler powered machine, to place his 'Dodge This' tractor in the runnerup spot.  Ken Langham, Jr. would pilot his Ford powered 'Sneaky Snake', to a strong finish for a third place posting.  Randell Moody would take the 'Ridge Runner' machine, to a fourth place finish for the Moody Pulling Team. 

LSGTPA teams will now prepare for the 2017 season finale, which will be a feature event of the Help-A-Child-Benefit event in Sulphur Springs, on October 21st.  For more information on the LSGTPA, visit www.lsgtpa.com.




Tuesday, September 19, 2017

LSGTPA OLD TIME SATURDAY TRACTOR PULL Set for FARMERSVILLE

LSGTPA teams will roll into Farmersville, Texas on Saturday, October 7th, for a pivotal event of the 2017 Championship Series.  Teams from across the state and surrounding area will converge on Rike Street Park, for two rounds of exciting LSGTPA tractor pulling.

Over 30 teams are expected to compete, as the 2017 LSGTPA Championship titles for each of ten classes are up for grabs.  The Farmersville event is the next to last event in the season, and most classes are still undecided.  Drivers and machines will be pushed to their limits at this event, as the final push for 2017 Championships will be in full swing.

Opening ceremonies are set for a high noon start, featuring Texas performing artist Sydnee Hawkins with our National Anthem presentation. 

Mark your calendars for this one !!  You wont want to miss a full day of fun and entertainment in Farmersville, during Old Time Saturday !!


Sydnee Hawkins will perform our National Anthem during LSGTPA opening ceremonies.

LSGTPA pulling teams will compete at the Old Time Saturday Tractor Pull in Farmersville on October 7th.
Ground pounding excitement will be a part of the Old Time Saturday event, at Rike Street Park in Farmersville.

High horsepower entertainment will be on display at Rike Street Park, as LSGTPA teams compete in two rounds of tractor pulling action.

Bill Halter Memorial Tractor Pull Results

Bill Halter Memorial Tractor Pull Results
by LSGTPA


Lone Star Garden Tractor Pullers Association teams rolled into Blue Ridge, Texas for the eighth stop of the LSGTPA 2017 Championship Series.  Teams from across the state converged on the blackland prairie town, to battle for class titles in two rounds of exciting tractor pulling action. 

Originally named Pull 'N Tug until 1860, Blue Ridge is home to the 16th Texas Cavalry, the Blue Ridge Tigers, and Cattlemans CafĂ©.  The blackland prairie surface made for a very tricky track surface for the LSGTPA pull and tug competition, as pulling teams found plenty of traction during the opening round.  The very well prepared track had sufficient moisture, to provide a very sticky surface, which allowed pullers to put down as much power as they could, with some wild results.

Opening the show would be the LSGTPA Youth Class competitors.  Lane Duncan would pilot his 'Twisted Kitty' into the top spot with the victory.  Brandon Stewart would steer the 'Yes Deere' tractor to the runnerup position, with Lane Duncan wheeling his 'Texas T-Rex' tractor onto the podium in third.  Jared Stephan would ride his 'Iron Head' machine into the fourth place position for the Moody Pulling Team.  Rinn Mayberry would debut his new tractor, pulling to a top five finish.  Kaden Wilbur would post a sixth place finish aboard his 'Ugly Duckling' tractor, with Noah Moody pulling to a seventh place finish.  Seth Wilbur would post an eighth place finish in a very tough field of Youth Class pullers.


In OEM Stock Class, Kody Langham would take the victory for the Longhorn Express Pulling Team.  Claude Lewis would wheel his 'Old Yeller' tractor into the runnerup position, with Steve McCarley posting a third place podium finish.


In Hot Stock Class, Madison Bowerman would use two great passes to place her 'Instigator' tractor in the top spot.  John Aufdenkamp would wheel his Outlaw Pulling Team entry into the runnerup position, less than four feet behind the leader.  Aidan Hovind would pilot his 'Yes Deere' tractor into the third place position for the Mean Green Pulling Team camp.  Kody Langham would place his Bonham Service Center entry into the fourth place position on the night. 


Stock Diesel Class action would see Patrick Bramlett taking the title, aboard his 'Warthog' machine.  The A-10 Thunderbolt themed tractor would use a Full Pull in the final round, to seal the win.  Aidan Hovind would place his 'Buck Shot' diesel tractor, into the runnerup position in the smoker class.  In Big Stock, Patrick Bramlett would double up on the night, placing his 'A Muck' tractor in the top spot.  Jerry Toland would wheel his 'Triple Deuce' machine into the runnerup spot, with Kody Langham working his way into the third place podium position for the BSC Team.  John Aufdenkamp would place his Outlaw Pulling Team entry in fourth. 



The Stock Altered Class title would be taken by Michael Mayberry, aboard his high winding 'Pulling For Peanuts' tractor from Seguin, Texas.  In Outlaw Class competition, Paul Smith would take the class title aboard his 'Texan' tractor, from Morgans Point Resort.  Steve Pierce would take the runnerup spot, aboard his 'Buzzards Roost' machine, after suffering driveline breakage in the opening round.  Steve Hovind would debut his new 'Bad Idea' turbo diesel machine, posting a third place podium finish in the class. 


The Mini Rod Class put on a great show, with Jerry Toland taking the win aboard his 'Shinin Time' machine.  Colby Crowe would pilot his 'Weekend Warrior' tractor to the runnerup position, with two great passes on the sticky track.  David Houchen would place his 'Back In The Day' machine on the podium in third.  Sarah Crowe would wheel her turbocharged,  '99% Moody' machine, to a fourth place finish.



Super Rod Class tractors would close out a great show, with Ken Langham Sr. taking the crown aboard his 'Psycho' tractor, using two wild passes to seal the deal.  Steve McCarley made two consistent pulls to combine for the runnerup honors aboard his 'Scat Cat' machine.  Ken Langham, Jr. would score a Full Pull aboard his 'Sneaky Snake' tractor, on a great final round pull, to post a third place podium finish.  Randell Moody would place his 'Ridge Runner' tractor in fourth place for the Moody Pulling Team.  Stetson Bowerman would debut a new Chevrolet LS powered tractor, with drive train issues limiting the team to a top five finish.  John Kiemele would take a wild ride out of bounds on the tricky track surface, with the boundary infraction resulting in a DQ and a sixth place posting for his 'Dodge This' tractor. 



LSGTPA teams will check the bolts and top off the tanks in preparation for the next event, to be contested during the Old Time Saturday celebration in Farmersville, Texas on October 7th.  Visit www.lsgtpa.com for event details.



Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Bill Halter Memorial LSGTPA Tractor Pull Rescheduled

The Bill Halter Memorial LSGTPA Tractor Pull has been rescheduled, due to heavy rains in the area of Blue Ridge.  The event is set for September 16, with a 6pm start.


Mark your calendars, for an exciting night of LSGTPA tractor pulling in Blue Ridge, Texas !

Friday, July 28, 2017

LSGTPA Lindsay Truck & Tractor Pull Results

LSGTPA Results from Lindsay Truck & Tractor Pull
by LSGTPA

The railroad switching station of Lindsay, Texas was founded in 1891, and named for Judge J.M. Lindsay.  Early colonists and farmers of the area in Cooke County, would be served by the MKT railroad and the Butterfield Overland Stage route.  In 2017, Lindsay would be home to the sixth stop on the LSGTPA 2017 Championship series route, and would feature a double header weekend of tractor pulling action.  Contested on two tracks over the course of two nights, Lindsay pulling fans would be treated to LSGTPA and TTTPA tractor pulling on both Friday and Saturday nights. 

Friday night action would kickoff with the LSGTPA Youth Class competitors taking to the 200 foot track first, with Rinn Mayberry taking the win.  Lane Duncan would wheel his 'Texas T-Rex' tractor into the runnerup position, with Tatom Robinson finishing third on his 'Lil Digger' entry.  Cody Doyle would place fourth, with Tatom Robinson pulling to fifth aboard the 'Yes Deere' tractor.  Lane Duncan would post a sixth place finish aboard his 'Twisted Kitty' machine, with Jared Stephan pulling to a seventh place finish with his 'Iron Head' machine.  Kayden Wilbur and Seth Wilbur would make their pulling debut, aboard their 'Ugly Duckling' tractor, and would post eighth and ninth place scorings.  Noah Moody would make his pulling debut in the LSGTPA Youth Class, to round out the top ten competitors.



In Stock Class competition, Claude Lewis would pilot his 'Old Yeller' entry to the top spot, with Kody Langham posting a runnerup finish aboard his Longhorn Express Pulling Team entry.  In Hot Stock, Madison Pellerin would wheel her awesome looking 'Instigator' entry into the top spot in the class.  Kody Langham would post a second place podium finish for the Bonham Service Center team, and Aidan Hovind would post a top three finish for the Mean Green Pulling Team camp. 


In Stock Diesel Class, Ken Langham Jr. would take the top spot for the Longhorn Express Pulling Team.  Aidan Hovind would wheel his 'Buck Shot' tractor into the runnerup spot, with Patrick Bramlett pulling to a third place podium finish aboard his 'Warthog' machine.  In Big Stock action, Jerry Toland would work his way into the top spot aboard his 'Triple Deuce' machine.  Jeff Robinson would place second in the field, with Gary Bramlett posting a top three finish aboard his 'A Muck' entry. 




Stock Altered action would see Ralph Lauffer of Colorado taking the victory, with Michael Mayberry scoring a runnerup finish aboard his 'Pulling For Peanuts' entry.  Ralph Lauffer would post a third and fourth place finish with his fleet of Colorado based tractors.  In Outlaw Class, Steve Pierce would take the win aboard his 'Buzzards Roost' machine.  Paul Smith would pull to a runnerup finish aboard his 'Texan' tractor, with Steve Hovind wheeling his 'Bad Idea' entry to a third place podium finish. 


In Super Stock Class, Ralph Lauffer would occupy the podium with his fleet of three Colorado based tractors, with his 'Blue Bayou' entry taking the win.  In Mini Rod Class action, Jerry Toland would take the victory aboard his beautiful 'Shinin Time' tractor.  Colby Crowe would work his 'Weekend Warrior' tractor to a runnerup finish in the class, with David Houchen posting a third place finish aboard his 'Back In The Day' machine.  Sarah Crowe would steer her turbocharged '99% Moody' tractor to a fourth place finish on the night. 



Super Rod Class tractors would close the show, with Ken Langham taking the win aboard his new 'Sneaky Snake' tractor in a class pull off, posting two Full Pulls in the opening rounds.  Ken Langham Sr. would score the runnerup finish, aboard his 'Psycho' machine, taking the top two spots for the Longhorn Express Pulling Team.  Randell Moody would pilot his 'Ridge Runner' machine to a third place podium finish, with John Kiemele rolling to a fourth place finish aboard his 'Dodge This' tractor.  Tommy Kimmons would place his 'Fired Up' machine in the top five for the night.



After fireworks and concerts ended the Friday night show, the pullers would return on Saturday for round two of the double header.  The LSGTPA Youth Class competitors would again open the show, with Tatom Robinson taking the victory aboard his 'Lil Digger' machine.  Cody Doyle would pull to the runnerup spot, with Rinn Mayberry scoring third.  Jared Stephan would post a fourth place finish aboard his 'Iron Head' machine, with Kaden Wilbur scoring a top five finish.  Lane Duncan would pilot his 'Texas T-Rex' entry into the sixth place position, with Seth Wilbur taking seventh in the field.  Lane Duncan and his 'Twisted Kitty' would occupy the eight spot, with  Noah Moody pulling to ninth place.  Tatom Robinson would post a top ten finish in the tough field of youth class pullers, with his 'Yes Deere' entry.


In Stock Class, Kody Langham would take the victory aboard his Longhorn Express Pulling Team entry, over the 'Old Yeller' machine of Claude Lewis.  In Hot Stock Class, Madison Pellerin would double up with another victory, aboard her 'Instigator' tractor to sweep the class for the weekend.  Aidan Hovind would post a runnerup finish aboard the 'Yes Deere' machine.    In Stock Diesel, Patrick Bramlett would score the win aboard his show caliber 'Warthog' tractor.  Aidan Hovind would roll coal aboard his 'Buck Shot' tractor, to take the runnerup position.  Ken Langham would score a top three finish aboard his Bonham Service Center machine. 


In Big Stock Class, Jerry Toland would take the class title with his 'Triple Deuce' entry.  Jeff Robinson would score the runnerup, with Gary Bramlett taking a third place finish after a wild ride out of bounds in the opening round, resulted in a disqualification.  In Stock Altered Class, Ralph Lauffer would take the class title, with Michael Mayberry wheeling his 'Pulling For Peanuts' tractor to a runnerup finish.  Ralph Lauffer would post third and fourth place scorings in the class, with his Colorado based team.  In Super Stock, Ralph Lauffer would sweep the top three spots, with his fleet of Colorado tractors.


In Outlaw Class, Paul Smith would stand tall in the class aboard his 'Texan' machine, taking the victory.  Steve Pierce would suffer drive train damage aboard his 'Buzzards Roost' entry, posting a runnerup finish.  In Mini Rod Class action, Jerry Toland would wheel his 'Shinin Time' machine into the top spot for the class.  Sarah Crowe would roll coal aboard her diesel powered '99% Moody' machine, to score the runnerup finish.  David Houchen would post a podium finish in third place, aboard his 'Back In The Day' entry, with the top three tractors separated by only ten feet after two rounds of pulling.  Colby Crowe would wheel his 'Weekend Warrior' tractor to a fourth place finish in the wild Mini Rod Class.


The Super Rod Class tractors closed a great weekend of tractor pulling in Lindsay, with Ken Langham, Sr. taking the top spot aboard the 'Psycho' tractor.  Swapping spots from Friday night, Ken Langham Jr. would steer the great looking 'Sneaky Snake' tractor into the runnerup spot, posting another one-two finish for the Longhorn Express Pulling Team entries.  John Kiemele would score a podium finish aboard his 'Dodge This' tractor, posting a third place finish.  Randell Moody would ride the 'Ridge Runner' to a fourth place finish, after a wild final round pass out of bounds. 



The LSGTPA pulling teams will next take the stage in Blue Ridge, Texas on August 19th, to compete at the Bill Halter Memorial Tractor Pull.  Visit www.LSGTPA.com for details.