2015 HD Hogan Rodeo Scholarship Recipients

The first two $1000 HD scholarships for this year were given out to 2 deserving young men. Congratulations to Cody Nye and Brady Jandreau of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Team.

Congratulations to the following recipients of a $1,000.00 scholarship from the HD Hogan Rodeo Scholarship Fund for 2015.

  • Cody Devers, Kansas HS Rodeo Team, Garden City Comm. College
  • Shakota Field, Oklahoma HS Team, Vernon Comm. College
  • Marti Faubion, Kansas HS Team, Coffeyville Comm. College
  • Kelsey Graf, Texas HS Team, Tarleton State
  • Anna Barker, Washington HS Team, New Mexico State
  • Brady Jandreau, Nebraska HS, OK Panhandle State
  • Cody Nye, Nebraska HS Team, Gillette College

2016 Limited Edition HD Hogan Rifle


Limited Edition HD Hogan Rifle

Purchase complete setup for $4,200 with scope, plus $300 or $2,850 without scope, plus $300. The $300 is a tax deductible donation to the HD Hogan Scholarship Fund.

We will also be giving away one of these commemorative weapons. The raffle tickets will be $10 each and only 2,000 tickets will be sold.
Tickets may be purchased by check or money order, make them out to HD Hogan Scholarship fund and mail to:

HD Hogan Scholarship Fund
407 South X Road
Aurora, NE 68818

Meet the team that built the 2016 HD rifle.

5 Toes Custom, SDTactical, and TETA.

John Wayne Walding
Jeff Kyle
Ryan Matjeka
Darrell Kress
Brady Cervantes


Limited Edition HD Hogan Rifle Winner

Michael Flammang won the HD Rifle drawing
From left to right Steve Hiebner owner of HD Arms, Brittney Hogan, rifle winner Michael Flammang, Steve Hogan


The HD Hogan Memorial Rodeo Scholarship Fund has been established to honor the memory of this fallen Marine, Rodeo Cowboy, and Hero. It was established to carry on the legacy of the man he was, a true American who loved his country and the sport of rodeo. The HD Hogan Memorial Rodeo Scholarship Fund is a non profit organization that awards college scholarships annually to high school seniors, to assist them in continuing their education and their rodeo careers in college. The scholarship is open to every state's high school rodeo team's Seniors.