Grand Truck and Tractor Pulling Weekends - 2015


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STTPA & SWTPA Membership application forms available here (click link below)

All competing drivers (including 2nd drivers where a tractor is shared) must complete the IOPD and Tractor and Driver Registration forms below and send them to Debbie Mackie at the address on the form. You also need to complete the appropriate section of the form for each tractor or truck competing in the 2015 season. All mechanics, helpers and officials must complete a Non Competing Membership if they are not already registered as a driver. Everyone is welcome to join the STTPA and the SWTPA - just complete and return the forms.

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Aftershock at Keith in June 2014, with some of the other tractor pullers in the background.

Garden Pullers

A Selection of the new Garden Pullers lined up ready to compete at Keith on Sunday 8th June 2014. Check out the results page to see how they got on. This website is in the process of being updated to reflect the new competitors and classes for 2014 - come back soon for more photos and information on all the tractors.

Some of the pullers at New Deer in May 2014.



Garden Pullers

Red Rooster

There will be a fair bit of competition for Grant Morrison (pictured opposite at New Deer in 2013) for the 2014 season of tractor pulling. It is expected that there will be at least six garden pullers competing for championship points during 2014.

The Garden Pullers have been split into two classes, depending on the age of the competitors

Class 1: Age 8 - 12

Class 2: Age 12 - 16

If you would like more information and a copy of the rule book for making a Garden Puller please get in contact with the Secretary, Carol Morrison, using the contact form on the For Sale/Contact Us page on this website.




Final event for 2013 was held at Daviot Farms Ltd, Inverness, on Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd September.

Thank you to Daviot Farms Ltd (DFL) for hosting the final pulling event of the 2013 season. They made a great new purpose built track which provided the ideal conditions for truck and tractor pulling. We would also like to thank Tich McCooey of Moray Firth Radio for his help with commentating, presenting the prizes and drawing the raffle. Thanks also to Steve, Pete, Mark and Stella for making the long journey north with the Total Friction Sled to help us put on a great weekend's pulling. Check out our results page to see how all the tractors and trucks got on.

Small clip of Take it to the Limit filmed at Daviot Farms by Lexzoom (you may need to watch the video through YouTube).


Aftershock Full Pull

Aftershock, pictured above completing a full pull at New Deer, is one of the tractors which were at Daviot Farms on Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd September.


Photos from New Deer Showground 7th/8th September

TrixieSteam Engine 2Steam Engine 1Farm TractorDodge RamTake it to the LimitThe GamblerSmiddy MaidTroubleAftershockLandini Rolling TrackNorman and SteveWork in ProgressVital SparkWickedBluebird ExpressRed RoosterCaterpillar

Thank you to everyone who bought 50/50 raffles at New Deer, we raised £355 for the Children's Cancer ward at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.



Little Gold hooked to the sledge at the Black Isle Showground on Friday 5th October 2012.Little Gold

The aim of this site is to keep people up to date with the truck and tractor pullers association formed in 2011. We are a truck and tractor puling association based in Scotland, affiliated to the SWTPA (South West Tractor Pulling Association) part of the NTPR (National Tractor Pullers Register) and the IOPD (International Association of Professional Drivers). Please browse the pages to see which events we have planned and what the tractors look like, how they have been built, and what successes they have had. Click here to see a copy of our insurance certificate

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