"The Score" Podcast
Clay O'Brien Cooper
Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association
Rope Horse Breeder's Guide
Rope Horse Care
Team Roping Cattle
Team Roping Events
Team Roping Gear
Team Roping Gear, Horses & Cattle
Team Roping News
Team Roping Tips
Team Roping Trainers
United States Team Roping Championships
World Series of Team Roping
The Rope Makers
Every person that reads this book has a rope they like, a company they’ll stand by. They can talk about how it lays, its tip weight, and its “feel,” but can they name the people behind the ropes? This is them.
Go-To-Girl: Megan Swayze
After deciding to get focused and get serious about winning, Swayze took the #1 spot in the Cinch Ladies Standings and is currently in second.
Go-To-Girl: Carra Outlaw
Now tied for second, Outlaw was tied with Jo Ann Merritt for the top spot when she won the WPRA All-Girl at the Patriot in February and took home a cool $10,000.
#WINNING with Bobbi Williams
Game-changer Bobbi Williams helped usher in a new era in team roping in more ways than one.
Dr. Businessman: David Fletcher
In the emergency room or the roping arena, Dr. David Fletcher gets it done.
The Cowboy Operation: Dr. Jason Stoneback
Colorado’s cowboy doctor partners with the team roping community to bring joy and rodeo to his kid patients.
Buckle Up with Dustin Bowling
WRCA World Champion Dustin Bowling's team branding buckle.
There’s No “I” in Teamwork, Cancer, or God’s Glory
Jeff Busby has known success, but his recent battle with cancer strengthened his relationships with God and his wife in ways he couldn’t imagine.
At Home With Whitney DeSalvo
Whitney DeSalvo, 22, is wrapping up 2017 in the top spot times two, ranking first not only in the USTRC’s Cinch Ladies Standings after raking in a cool $73,300 for the year, but also finishing up as the WPRA World Champion Heeler. Amidst her recent successes, she’s also decided to continue pursuing her bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas at Monticello and has some words of wisdom for making the most of life on the road and what it takes to be number one.
Beating the Odds: Wesley Glover
Since being diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis as a baby, Texas team roper Wesley Glover was told he wouldn’t live to age 12. Now, at age 49, he’s on the recovery end of a double-lung transplant and has his eye on the 2018 World Series of Team Roping Finale.