Young Farmers & Ranchers Host Truck & Tractor Pull in Lexington

The grounds of the old Lexington Airport is where the 8th Annual Truck and Tractor Pull was held by the Young Farmers & Ranchers of Henderson County on June 26, 2021.
Photo by: Dan Eason / The Lexington Progress

Article by W. Clay Crook-

The Young Farmers & Ranchers of Henderson County held their 8th Annual Truck and Tractor Pull at the old airport in Lexington on Saturday evening, June 26, 2021.

Casey Youngerman said that the event was another huge success and continues to grow. “We raised enough money to continue our agriculture scholarship program and support our local FFA and 4-H programs. We’re looking forward to next year!” he said.

Henderson County Fire Department Station #9 provided the concessions, while the Henderson County Rescue Squad assisted with the parking. Youngerman said that the turn out and support by the sponsors, volunteers, and the Mid-South Pullers Association, along with the spectators and fans, helped create another exceptional event.

There was an outstanding show in each of the competitions, with the following participants in each class:

Storm Insurance Open 4WD / Pro Stock Diesel Trucks
1st Place: Hookin For A Cure, Jimmy Hargett
2nd Place: The Wasp, William Coffman
3rd Place: Dixie Ram, Shawn Hugueley
4th Place: War Machine, Stoney Hargett
5th Place: Chump Change, Joey Rank

Dean Farm Supply Limited Pro Stock Tractors
1st Place: International Addiction, Quinton Hartman
2nd Place: All 4. One, Anna Belle Bradley
3rd Place: Green Fever, Brandon Cromwell
4th Place: Dixie Deere, Colby Counce
5th Place: Pickin N Ginnin, J.T. Calvery
6th Place: Tennessee Red, Jared Bradley
7th Place: Bad To The Bone, Patrick Payne
8th Place: Hardcore Addiction, Bradley Hartman

Brothers Implement Light Weight Super Stock Tractors
1st Place: No Name Yet, Ryan Henley
2nd Place: On The Edge, Martin Daniel
3rd Place: Evening Thunder, Kevin Essary…

For the complete story, see the June 30th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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