Dirty Rotten Buckers

DRB of Idaho is a local business here in the Treasure Valley. That specializes in raising bucking horses, futurities, and its own clothing line.

Some action you can expect at this years futurity

  • King Family

    Gene and Amanda King have been married 6 years this June, and spend all their time rodeoing, raising bucking horses, bulls, barrel horses, and their 5 kids. Grace King is 20 years old and is a teacher at Innovate academy. When not working she is running barrels, loving on her cats, or making us laugh about her laugh. Gwendolyn King is 18 years old who is currently attending Blue Mountain community college getting her business degree. Gwen who has also taken over being the full-time office gal/ manager/ designer/ everything Dirty rotten buckers business and we are so excited to watch her grow with this company. Georgia King is 15 years old and is completely dedicated to being a rodeo super star. She shows us in and out of the arena that she is capable of anything she puts her mind to. Gladys King is 10 years old and is definitely our wild child. She is a fierce competitor, always up for a dare, and just likes to win. Gatlin King is 4 years old and is all Cowboy. He rides his horse Bumpy fast (if you ask him) everyday with his mom and is slightly obsessed with bucking bulls. When not messing around with his 4-legged friends you can find him being a dare devil riding his bike, helping his dad run equipment, or bugging his sisters. The Kings are excited for their new business adventure with Dirty Rotten Buckers and their business partners The Gordon’s

  • Gordon Family

    Married for over 20 year’s, Jeremy and Marlia have two wonderful son’s Colton (17) and Wyatt (16). Over the last 15 year’s they have enjoyed watching their kids rodeo, play hockey, and raise bucking bulls. For a day job they are partners in a trailer manufacturing and sales company. Both boys have recently retired their hockey skates. Colton has found a new love for team roping, he has been working hard to master his new skill and to connect with his horse Jake. Wyatt has found a new passion in bucking horses; he has recently purchased four head of young horses and is looking forward to competing in this year’s futurity. The Gordon’s are very excited to take on this new partnership with the King Family and look forward to watching the business grow!

  • Futurity


    May 27th, 2023


    22965 Red Top Rd

    Wilder Idaho 83676


    Gates open at 11am

    Horses Buck at 12pm