Blue Jeanes is a Texas native born in Bryan, Tx raised in Dayton, Tx on his family ranch. The Jeanes' family raised Brahman cattle, some of the very best in Texas. This is where his love for cattle and his instincts of how to handle them began. Blue moved from working cows in the pens on the ranch to fighting bulls professionally for 25 years. He went from high school rodeo to the amateur ranks and then onto his professional career.
Blue has worked rodeos all over the United States in places such as Arcadia, Fl , Lehi , Ut, Gerry, NY, and many, many places in between. He retired from fighting bulls in August of 2020 and has been announcing rodeos, bullridings and bullfights. Blue is a second-generation rodeo announcer; his dad was also a professional rodeo announcer who unfortunately passed away in 2005. His dad worked Fort Worth Livestock Show and Rodeo and the Texas Circuit Finals as well as many others during his career.
Blue is the PRCA bullfighter/barrel man representative, chosen by his peers for the second consecutive term. He also is on the National Circuit Finals board of directors which helps choose contract personnel for that event.
Blue was second place in the IFR contract act showcase in Guthrie, Ok and announced the UBF finals in Florida in 2020 and the UBF finals in Fort Worth in 2021. He announces rodeos in IPRA, PRCA, UPRA, CPRA, ARA as well as The Cajun Rodeo ASSN, he is also the announcer for the Region 5 High School Rodeo Assn. and the Region 5 Jr High Rodeo Assn.
Blue started his announcing career as he was making his transition from bullfighter to announcer in 2018. His goal is to bring his love for the rodeo game to the contestants and fans through the microphone.
Blue has worked for Jerry Nelson, owner of Frontier Rodeo Co. who is the main stock contractor for The American and is also the 6 time and reigning PRCA Contractor of The Year.