Hot Rod Garden Tractor Pullers Association

2019 Pulling Event Schedule

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This website updated 5/16/19. Most pulls held in central Missouri. Click HERE or HERE to refresh or reload this web page to see any changes.

Contact Information - President: Brent Miller, 12091 N. Route B., Hallsville, Missouri 65255 | Phone: 1-573-424-6217. Please call anytime. If no answer, please try again later. E-mail: a-1lawncareandlandscaping@outlook.com. Secretary/Treasurer: Valerie Miller. Safety Inspector: Cody Hultz. Sled Operator: Steve Doom.

As of 5/16/19, the below are scheduled points pulls. Reminder - Membership dues is $25.00 per individual and $50.00 per family. Please have your membership dues and registration form(s) completed before the first pull. This would be appreciated very much!


July 21, Sunday afternoon, 1:00 p.m. Mexico, MO. Audrain County Fairground, during the Audrain County Fair. Pull beside the antique pulling tractors.
July 25, Thursday night, 7:00 p.m. Boonville, MO. Cooper County Fairground, during the Cooper County Fair.
August 7, Wednesday night, 7:00 p.m. California, MO. Moniteau County Fairground, during the Moniteau County Fair. Pull in the small arena.
August 17, Saturday night, 7:00 p.m. Madison, MO. Madison Lions Club Tractor Pull. Pull beside the Missouri Farm Pullers.
August 31, Saturday night, 7:00 p.m. Mokane, MO. Mokane Lions Club Fall Festival. Pull beside the big pulling tractors.
September 8, Sunday afternoon, 1:00 p.m. Boonville, MO. Brady Showgrounds, during the Missouri River Valley Steam Engine Show and Swap Meet.
Several more quality point pulls are pending approval with contracts to be signed. So please check back soon.

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