Title

Outlaw BBQ Throwdown – The barbecue competition featured five teams that each cooked ribs and chicken to be judged by a three-man panel.

Place

Team Name

Chief Cook

Hometown

1st

Babee’ Blue’s BBQ

Damon Blue

Keithville, LA

2nd

Muddy Nuts

Calvin Walker

Minden, LA

3rd

East Texas Smoker Company

Heath Shockey

Tyler, TX

DynoJet Bad 2 ‘da Bone – The show and shine competition gives ATV and UTV enthusiasts a platform to showcase their hard work in crafting a ride like no other. Winners are chosen by public ballot.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Ben Darbonne

Team Anyting Goes

2009 Can-Am Renegade

Scott, LA

2nd

Lisa Wise

Team Gorilla

2012 Can-Am Renegade 800

Lacombe, LA

3rd

Mark Wise

Team Gorilla

2012 Can-Am Outlander 1000

Lacombe, LA

Planet ATV Mud Jam – This contest features two first place winners with one awarded the “Loudest” based on decibel reading and once awarded the “Outrageous” based on public ballot.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st (Loudest)

Scott Reeves

Wicked Off-Road

2011 Polaris RZR 800 “4”

Vidor, TX

1st (Outrageous)

Jake Jones

Bad Night Crew

2010 Arctic Cat Mud Pro 1000

Arkadelphia, AR

S3 Power Sports Poker Run – Entry to this event was complimentary and open to all attendees. Participants raced to five stations around the park to have their poker cards punched. Prizes were awarded to high hand and low hand

Place

Name

Hometown

High Hand

Dean Lorensen

Scott, LA

Low Hand

Tonya Hood

Lacombe, LA

EPI Endurance Challenge – This competition consists of two-person teams willing to tough it out through the deepest and longest mud hole in the park. Teams start at one end of the high line, proceed to the marked end, and return to the starting line. Teams are timed and winners determined by the fastest time. Both teammates and an ATV or UTV must cross the finish line to score.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometowns

1st

Brent Stalk & Caralee Montour

Mudhole Boyz

Can-Am XMR 800

Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

2nd

Dakota Klein & John Ferranti

Team Gorilla

Can-Am Outlander 800 Max XT & Can-Am Outlander 650 Max XT

Joaquin, TX and La Porte, TX

3rd

John Vicknair & Craig Vicknair

Team Anyting Goes

Can-Am Renegade 800

Catahoula, LA

Can-Am/BRP Mud Bog 600cc and Under – This event was restricted to ATVs with engines 600cc and under. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced through 150 feet of mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Clint Smith

Offroad Explosion

Can-Am 500

Pollok, TX

2nd

Adam Ladner

Mud Nutz Racing

Can-Am 500

Pass Christian, MS

3rd

Jay Arnold

Team HCL Racing

Honda 420

Dallas, GA

Can-Am/BRP Mud Bog 601cc and Up – This event was restricted to ATVs with engines 601cc and up. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced through 150 feet of mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Casey Smith

Team HCL Racing

Can-Am 800

Semmes, AL

2nd

Ethan LaFontaine

Team LaFontaine Racing

Can-Am 800

Pass Christian, MS

3rd

Ronnie Smith

Team HCL Racing

Can-Am 800

Semmes, AL

Can-Am/BRP Mud Bog RUV – This event was restricted to RUVs. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced through 150 feet of mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Brian Haughton

Team High Lifter-Polaris Racing

Polaris RZR 900

Dubberly, LA

2nd

Brian Taylor

SuperATV

Polaris RZR 900

Turner Station, KY

3rd

Charlie Morris

Team 10:30

Kawasaki Teryx 916

Brenham, TX

Can-Am/BRP Mud Bog Pee Wee – This event was restricted to youth ATVs with engines from 0-125cc. Participants showcased their machines durability as they raced through 75 feet of mud and water

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Guadalupe Beas

Team Beas

Kawasaki 90

Houston, TX

2nd

Korbyn Tidwell

Team WFO

Polaris 90

Lufkin, TX

3rd

Kayman Tidwell

Team WFO

Honda 90

Lufkin, TX

Can-Am/BRP Mud Bog Junior – This event was restricted to youth ATVs with engines from 126cc-250cc Participants showcased their machines durability as they raced through 75 feet of mud and water

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Riley Smith

Off-Road Explosion

Honda 250

Pollock, TX

2nd

Caleb Chandler

Team Leggit SWAG

Yamaha 125

 

Can-Am/BRP Mud Bog Early Teen – This event was restricted to youth ATVs with engines from 251-450cc. Participants showcased their machines durability as they raced through 75 feet of mud and water

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Riley Smith

Off-Road Explosion

Can-Am Outlander 400

Pollock, TX

2nd

Josh Machen

Team Me

Yamaha Big Bear 400

 

3rd

Bryan Taylor

SuperATV

Polaris 450

Turner Station, KY

Polaris Mudda Cross Lite – This event was restricted to ATVs with engines 450cc and under. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced around a 150 foot oval filled with mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Brian Taylor

SuperATV

Polaris Scrambler 400

Turner Station, KY

2nd

Ethan LaFontaine

Team LaFontaine Racing

Can-Am Outlander 400

Pass Christian, MS

3rd

Sean Benton

Team Southernridge

Arctic Cat 450

Saucier, MS

           

Polaris Mudda Cross Bogger – This event was restricted to ATVs with engines between 451-750+cc. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced around a 150 foot oval filled with mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Brian Haughton

Team High Lifter-Polaris Racing

Polaris Sportsman 550

Dubberly, LA

2nd

Adam Schumaker

Team High Lifter-Polaris Racing

Polaris Sportsman 550 XP

Somerset, WI

3rd

Rodney White

Quad Shop Customs

Polaris 500

West Point, MS

Polaris Mudda Cross Pro Series “A” – This event was restricted to ATVs with engines between 500-1000+cc with a 53” or less wheelbase. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced around a 150 foot oval filled with mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Adam Ladner

Mud Nutz Racing

Can-Am Outlander 800

Pass Christian, MS

2nd

Casey Smith

Team HCL Racing

Can-Am Outlander 800

Semmes, AL

3rd

Seth Russell

Team Gorilla

Can-Am Outlander 1000

Harlingen, TX

Polaris Mudda Cross Pro Series “B” – This event was restricted to ATVs with engines between 500-1000+cc with a wheelbase longer than 53”. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced around a 150 foot oval filled with mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Kenny Miller

Team HCL Racing

Can-Am Outlander 800

Wilmer, AL

2nd

Clint Smith

Off-Road Explosion

Can-Am Outlander 800

Pollock, TX

3rd

Ronnie Smith

Team HCL Racing

Can-Am Outlander 800

Semmes, AL

Polaris Mudda Cross Mud Chic – This event was restricted to ATVs driven by women with engines between 0-1000+cc. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced around a 150 foot oval filled with mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Heather Miller

Team HCL Racing

Can-Am Outlander 800

Wilmer, AL

2nd

Lisa Wise

Team Gorilla

Can-Am Renegade 800

Lacombe, LA

3rd

Amber Fisher

Team Crowes MudBog

Can-Am Renegade 800

 

Polaris Mudda Cross RUV – This event was restricted to RUVs. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced around a 150 foot oval filled with mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Brian Haughton

Team High Lifter-Polaris Racing

Polaris RZR 900 XP

Dubberly, LA

2nd

Brian Taylor

SuperATV

Polairs RZR 900 XP

Turner Station, KY

3rd

Charlie Morris

Team 10:30

Kawasaki Teryx 916

Brenham, TX

Polaris Mudda Cross Super Modified – This event was restricted to ATVs with engines between 0-1000+cc with additional engine modifications such as alcohol, Nitrous Oxide Systems, superchargers, turbo systems, and big bore kits. ATVs could also have productions or custom suspension lifts, extended A-Arms, extended swing arm, and extended trailing arms. Participants showcased their machine’s durability as they raced around a 150 foot oval filled with mud and water.

Place

Name

Team

ATV/UTV

Hometown

1st

Shane Dowden

Lotta Performance

Can-Am Outlander 800

Bossier City, LA

2nd

Casey McGinnis

Team Gorilla

Can-Am Renegade 800

Picayune, MS

3rd

Kenny Miller

Team HCL Racing

Can-Am Outlander 800

Wilmer, AL

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