Camp Crook, South Dakota cowboy Jesse Bail goes for 89 on Beutler Brothers horse named Commotion in 2002.
Commotion was 3x Bareback Horse of the Year (1998, 99, and 2000). He went to Cin City for the Finals ten straight years. He is the great grandson of Tooke's Gray Wolf.
3x PRCA Saddle Bronc Champion, Will Lowe on Big Bend's Spring Fling going for 88 at the NFR in 2004.
2002 PRCA world champion saddle bronc rider Glen O'Neill rides 1993 PRCA bucking horse of the year Franklin Rodeo's Skoal Airwolf during a 1996 rodeo in Innisfail, Alberta, Canada. They combined for a 95 points tying the PRCA record for the highest-marked saddle bronc ride.
Airwolf is a decedent of Tooke's Gray Wolf. Airwolf would become the first bucking horse to ever be cloned.
Andy Martinez breaks the Farm City arena record with an 89 pt ride on Calgary Stampede's Grated Coconut in Hermiston, 2006.
Grated Coconut won the PRCA Bareback Horse of the Year a record 6 times. He goes back to Tooke's Gray Wolf.
The Horses in action
Below are video's of horses that go back to Feek's horses bloodlines.
8-time Canadian champion saddle bronc rider Rod Hay rides 2-time PRCA saddle bronc horse of the year Powder River's Miss Congeniality for 88 to win round 8 at the 2002 National Finals Rodeo.
Miss Congeniality goes back to Tooke's General Custer.
Cody Tate on Sutton Rodeo's Chuckulator, 2012 PRCA Saddle Bronc Horse of the Year
Bobby Joe Skoal
5-time PRCA world champion saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer rides 3-time PRCA saddle bronc horse of the year for 88 Harry Vold's Bobby Joe Skoal during round 10 at the 1997 National Final Rodeo. This is a true legend vs. legend match-up.
Vold's Painted Valley