ON THE PODIUM: HIGH LIFTER MUD NATIONALS UTV RESULTS

AMERICA'S PREMIERE MUD EVENT MOVES TO ARKANSAS

This spring, the High Lifter Mud Nationals changed venues to the Hillarosa ATV Park in Blevins, Arkansas. UTV and ATV enthusiasts competed in the Bad 2 Da Bone night-time show-n-shine, Mudda Cross, Bounty Hole Mud Grudge matches, Texas Off-Road National (TORN) UTV short-course races and a Poker Run. New this year, participants also could test their handling skills in a UTV Soccer Match.

Brent Griffith won the Bad 2 Da Bone contest with Shane Besancon second and Shannon Coleman third.

ATV legend Marty Hart and his son Kyle made the trek from Louisiana to the Mud Nationals, and the two dominated the Polaris UTV Short Course racing Pro Turbo class in their Yamaha YXZ1000s, with Marty taking the win ahead of Kyle and Zach Martin for an all-Yamaha Pro podium.

Bradley Boone won the Mudda Cross UTVs ahead of Andrew Esarey and Mike Poolman. Boone also won the Bogger and Lite classes. Miss Mint 400  2018 traded dust for Arkansas mud at Hillarosa ATV Park.
Nathan Parker won the ATV Soccer Match, and Andrew Esarey won the UTV match.
The Poker Run gave first-time visitors a chance to check out the new 2000-acre HLMN venue. Brian Luke was High Hand winner, and Kelley Carraway got the Low Hand. Past High Lifter Mud Nationals were held in Jacksonville, Texas.

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