A person could always tell that Blue was meant to be a rodeo champion. He was the Utah High School Rodeo Association Bull Riding Champion in 1996, after which he attended the College of Southern Idaho where he finished as a reserved champion. Throughout his career, he won some of the largest PRCA rodeos including the coveted Cheyenne Frontier Days and the Reno Rodeo. His greatest achievements were two back-to-back National Finals Rodeo World Bull riding Championships in 2001 and 2002. He was the first cowboy to do this since Donny Gay two decades earlier.
Blue loved bull riding more than life, but his love for the sport of rodeo was beyond that. He loved the sport so much that his house became a host hotel for cowboys during the summer months. Blue was more than willing to share his talents and spend time with the youth, and mentored such standouts such as Jared Jacques, Jerry Shepard, Wesley Silcox, and Steve Woolsey to name a few. He also partnered with local stock contractors to hold bull riding schools. These cowboys and others where the direct results of Blue Stoneâ€™s knowledge and legacy.