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Allow us to share our history in the making. Taking you back to 2003 West Yellowstone MT, Bill sat with his daughter overviewing the very ground this event will be held and said lets do something crazy! Are you in to leaving your mark on this life? At the young age of 21, Katrina said I'm in 100%. Within a few months the first show "Fat Bottom Rally" was put together. From there the family was hooked and went on to do the next year even bigger and better. Nationally known acts were booked and one heck of a show was put on. The second Annual show had VH1 here videoing Dee Snider for all Roads Lead to the Chip. It was then a passion was born that would never leave their minds.

Fast forward to 2012, so many things in life happened to put these shows on hold. Obstacles you wouldn't imagine most families to endure. Bill Oldroyd attends the Snowmobile Expo, during the Octane Freestyle show. He bids ten times the value on a helmet where all proceeds go to a local injured rider.

After the auction he and Tyler Johnson, throw ideas back and forth in creating a Sturgis on Snow, give a reason for people to come back to West Yellowstone MT. Combine the excitement of freestyle and concerts. Discussion continues over the years with the parties, taking us to October 2013 Bill and his daughter Katrina have what will be their last business meeting, unknown at the time. The idea of concerts and freestyle are again discussed with the concept of making a new dream together. Two days later Bill tragically lost his life. Reunited only months later, Expo of 2014 Katrina and Tyler decide it's time we are making this dream a reality! History is in the makings, and will be done in Wild Bill's honor! Every great thing starts with an idea, with passion & dedication the idea will become a reality!


During 2014 and 2015 Wild Bill Productions puts on two shows that will never be forgotten! We were able to give back to local sports teams and a dear family who have endured so much with the health of their little girl. To us that is what this is all about, the feeling of giving to others is like a fire that burns within us! We plan to continue paying it forward and use this dream to help those in need as Bill always did! We are so Excited to have the chance to move our show to the summer air. We have teamed up with Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo and their excitement is contagious! So we ask you to come enjoy Yellowstone County , ride horses, go back in time on a wagon ride simply take in that Montana air. Watch the exciting Rodeos and Listen to the town rock it during our show! We can guarantee this! You won't want to miss history in the making! WILD BILL PRODUCTIONS would like to thank Hibernation Station and Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo for being our lead organizing sponsors in helping make this event happen. It is with the support of ALL our amazing sponsors that is helping make this event and dream a reality, so from all of us here @ WILD BILL PRODUCTIONS, we give you a heartfelt THANK YOU!


Tyler Farr
Brekel was one of the most loving and kind people you will ever meet. Throughout our marriage we were blessed with the opportunity to bring 4 amazing children into this world. Tadashi 9, Treydon 7, Booker 6 and Breklynn 4. The kids are her world!  Nothing brought a bigger smile to her face than watching the kids learn and grow, we have comfort knowing she continues to smile down on us. It didn't matter how big or small the accomplishment was for the kids and I, she made sure we felt special for it and how proud she was of us. She is our biggest fan.  


I have had severe migraine issues for most of my life and they got to the point that we made the decision it wasn't safe for me to continue as a State Trooper for the Utah Highway Patrol. I spent a lot of time in pain and not contributing like I wanted to.  I know it was hard on my family, but Brekel kept everything going. She worked a full-time job and then took care of the kids. She did everything she could to try to help me feel better and it broke my heart listening to her pray for some relief for me. She stood by my side through that trial and helped find a solution for my migraines. November was the year mark since figuring something out. Allowing me to go back to work full time and it would have given her the opportunity to be home with the kids. Although she isn't here with them on earth, I have no doubt that she is with them every day.


Her family was very important to her and she wanted to make sure her siblings, parents and grandparents were always taken care of. She helped cook meals for her grandparents and pick peaches with her twin. Her little sister was her best friend and they helped each other through a lot of things in life. They took turns babysitting each others kids so they could have date nights, went to the splash pad on a regular basis during the summer and would meet up most days at their parents to take care of their Grandma and Grandpa.


Brekel was my best friend and I knew I was going to marry her after our first date. We dated only 9 days before we got engaged and were married 2 months later. Even with all of the trials that come in life, we never had an argument. People often don't believe us on that but those that know us understood. We may have had disagreements but we would work through them because we always wanted to put the other person first. We had eleven wonderful years and for that I am eternally grateful.


I am so very grateful for all of the family and friends that have supported us and loved us through this time. I knew we had a good group around us, but I didn't realize how big it really was. They say tragedy brings people closer together and for us that is true. We have grown many relationships on a deeper level than ever before.


I am continuing every day to do all I can for my children. I am helping them to know that it's ok to miss mommy and to cry when they need too, while working on ways that we can cope and keep fighting.  We have a saying that we have had for years and it's "Kanno's never quit."  Brekel's favorite song was "The Champion" by Kelly Clarkson and Ludacris. This has become the song for our family to give us strength to fight through the hard times and to do it for mommy. I can't tell you how many time we have listened to that song, my kids love to sing that song. People say that I'm carrying on with unbelievable strength, but I don't feel like I am. I feel like I am giving it my all, doing my best to help my kids and to keep us all moving forward in life, never forgetting mommy but fighting forward. Something that comes to mind is a picture of the father taking out a puzzle piece of their silhouette and giving it to their kids to make them whole but there is a piece of their puzzle that I will never be able to fill. I will do my best to continue to honor Brekel's memory, to help raise our children in the way we wanted and that we strived for together, to help them accomplish their goals and work towards their dreams.


Brekel was the person that many strived to be. Her heart, love, compassion, dedication, passion and soul was given to those she loved without hesitation and in doing so everyone knew that they were loved. We will all continue to strive to be like Kel and live the life she would want for us.