“Yellowstone” star Forrie J. Smith has himself a spiffy new side-by-side complete with Dutton ranch logos. And it’s just big enough to fit his pups.
On Monday, the Lloyd actor took to Instagram to thank Bass Pro Shops and “Yellowstone” co-creator Taylor Sheridan for the sharp black vehicle with Y-shaped Dutton ranch symbols emblazoned on it.
“Thank You Bass Pro shops and Luke Snyder and most of all Taylor Sheridan and @yellowstone TV for these Blessings!” Smith posted. “Woohoo!! @bassproshops.”
Side-by-Side Has Many Potential Uses
For the uninitiated, most side-by-sides have two seats up front, positioned side by side, hence the name. They’re also known as utility task vehicles (UTV), off-road vehicles (ORV) and recreational off-highway vehicles (ROHV), according to SuperATV.com.
Side-by-sides can be used to transport hunting, fishing or camping gear. They can be useful vehicles to bring cargo around a property or job site. They can also be put to use for recreational purposes, such as trail riding or dune driving.
Smith’s new side-by-side looks like it boasts a decent amount of room for hauling gear or working outdoors around a ranch. But maybe he’ll just use it to go joyriding between “Yellowstone” shoots. It is, after all, his prerogative.
‘Yellowstone’ Will Soon Be Back for Season 4
After a long wait, “Yellowstone” recently rewarded fans with news of the Season 4 premiere date. The next season of “Yellowstone” is scheduled to launch on Sunday, Nov. 7 on the Paramount Network.
“Yellowstone” has also dropped a trailer and promised fans, “Revenge will be worth the wait.” When Season 3 left off, Dutton family patriarch John Dutton (Kevin Costner) was lying bloodied by the side of the road, the victim of a drive-by shooting. Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) had disappeared into the explosion that tore through her office. Kayce Dutton (Luke Grimes) was fending off a pack of intruders at his office. And ranch hand Jimmy (Jefferson White) had been knocked unconscious by a fall off a horse.
During the intervening months, fans have debated who might be responsible for the attacks. Market Equities seemed the most likely culprit. But then again, Roarke (Josh Holloway) had seemed a relatively toothless, genial villain up until this point. Could the threat be coming from somewhere else? Will all of those fan favorite characters survive? More to the point, what will Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) do to the party responsible when he tracks them down?
In just over two short months, fans will get to find out.