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JoJo LeMond’s First Round at the US Finals XXXI

JoJo Lemond breaks down his first round of the Open Roping at April 2020's USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Sarah Toole Takes Early Lead in Cinch Ladies Standings

Sarah Toole, 15, of Rydal, Georgia, earns money on both ends at the 2020 Alabama Championships.

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USTRC National Finals XXXI Full Results

Full list of champions from the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch.

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Winning the USTRC Cowboy Capital Classic Open with Tyler Wade

Tyler Wade and Paden Bray win the USTRC Cowboy Capital Classic Open produced by X-Treme Team Roping in Stephenville, Texas, with a time of 30.78 seconds on five head, worth $12,000 for the team.

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Total Feeds Joins USTRC & Ariat World Series of Team Roping Sponsorship Roster

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Charles Pogue’s 1990 USTRC’s National Finals Open Championship Buckle

Charles Pogue reflects on his 1990 USTRC National Finals Open Championship belt buckle.

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Are You Ready? Cinch USTRC National Finals XXXI in Fort Worth

Welcome to Cowtown, home of cowboy culture aplenty and, now, the 2020 Cinch USTRC National Finals XXXI with its reintroduction of the USTRC Open Roping and a brand-new Rope Horse Sale.

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Rising Up: 2019 Cinch All Girl High Money Champion Kelsey Barry

While the standings throughout the 2019 season suggested an easy victory, in actuality, Kelsey Barry—the 2019 Cinch All Girl High Money Champion—faced unforeseen challenges and rose above them.

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All in a Life’s Work: Denny Gentry and The House He Built

As of Jan. 1, 2020, Denny Gentry will step away from the leadership role for the sport of team roping.

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Watch Lander and Smith Win 2019 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping’s #10.5 Daily Double

Destre Lander and Nathan Smith are the #10.5 Daily Double Champions at this year's CINCH JEANS USTRC's National Finals of Team Roping, winning $12,670 for their time of 35.05 on four head.

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