How To Watch The 2017 UBBI Red River Chute Out

Photo by Gautreau- Courtesy of UBBI UBBI Red River: 2016 Youth Futurity

The sixth annual Red River Chute Out is going down this weekend in Ada, Oklahoma, and FloRodeo will be bringing you all of the action LIVE. In the second of five "Open" Team Futurity events hosted by the United Futurity League (UFL), you can expect to see top bucking bulls from some of the best breeders and open associations in the country aiming to qualify for the UBBI National Finals.

There are a total of 88 bulls with 16 Derby entries, 18 Classic entries, 29 Youth Futurity entries, and 25 Open Futurity entries. The Red River Chute Out is a Rank Bull Rider Tour event with $4,000 added. The bull riders will earn money toward qualifying for the Tour Finals in Ada from October 6-8.

Here is a rundown of the complete event schedule:

Thursday
5-8 PM: Early Check-In for Bulls

Friday
10 AM-2 PM: Check-In for Bulls
7:30 PM: UBBI Derby, Classic, and Rank Bull Rider Tour Event

Saturday
8:30 AM: Mandatory Youth Futurity Participant and Parent Meeting
9 AM: Youth Futurity Event
UBBI Open Futurity will follow Youth Futurity Event

Check out the Official Event Coverage Page for photos, videos, and much more!

Watch the UBBI Red River Chute Out LIVE, and only on FloRodeo, from April 21-22!


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