In 1915, the show was split up into two traveling shows. One show opened in San Francisco on February 20. The other show was to open in Texas but due to the hoof and mouth disease, 101 livestock was not permitted to enter Texas. During 1915 the 101 shipped horses and mules to the allied forces overseas.
On June 25, the two shows combined with the season closing on November 20 in Ponca City, Oklahoma. The show had traveled for 34 weeks, 12,000 miles, preformed 188 shows in 23 states. The show profited $200,000 in the 1915 season.