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Mike White

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From California & Camp Pendleton to Cowtown and the Pentagon

In his 22-year career as a U.S. Marine, Chief Warrant Officer Mike White has traveled the globe in service to his country. Now, from his current Pentagon post, he’s honoring his California roping roots at New Jersey’s Cowtown Rodeo.

Resistol JR

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Georgia Switchender Enters Top 5 on Both Sides of the Resistol JR Champion Race 

Leaders in the USTRC Resistol Jr Champion heading and heeling races turned up the heat in August and brought the points, and Georgia’s Houston Childers is getting it done on both ends.

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Retired Vegas Police Officer Greg Ziel Turns to Team Roping for Healing

Retired Las Vegas police officer Greg Ziel has turned to team roping for healing, and he’s doing it with a horse that has a history of helping.

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From the Movie Set to Snowbird: Jamie Payton

When he’s not winning at Rancho Rio’s Title Fights, British Columbia’s Jamie Payton is wrangling his movie horses on set and on screen.

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The Cactus Craft: GM Josh Johnson

General Manager Josh Johnson navigates new waters for Cactus Saddlery as the company crafts better gear to serve its customers.

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Cowboy-Era Maker: Cotton Elliot Bit and Spurs

Texas bit and spur maker Cotton Elliott learned the old ways of the craft but embraces both the challenges and the opportunities of doing business in this modern world.

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Cinch USTRC National Finals: Fort Worth Foray

As the USTRC prepares to host its 33rd Cinch National Finals of Team Roping in Cowtown, here’s a glimpse of Fort Worth’s many offerings.

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Georgia Girls Lead Cinch Ladies Standings as Year-End Award Draws Near

Sarah Toole of Rydal and Della Spurlock of Baldwin have taken their home state of Georgia to the top of the leaderboard. Double points awarded at the 2022 USTRC NFTR should make for a heated finale.

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New NRS Ladies Boots to Kick Off Spring

The NRS Women's Rios Ride Ready boots are a Spring essential.

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Rocky Mountain Roping Pioneer Bill Hogan

Those who enjoy a robust roping scene along Colorado’s Front Range can tip their hat to Boulder’s Bill Hogan, who hosted some of the first organized ropings in the 1970s.

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