As of Jan. 1, 2020, Denny Gentry will step away from the leadership role for the sport of team roping.
There's nothing like some team roping talk to make time with the family fly by.
Take a peek at the Dear Roper letter inside the December 2019 issue of The Team Roping Journal.
Take a peek at the Dear Roper letter inside the Arizona Guide.
Inside the November 2019 issue of The Team Roping Journal.
Inside the October 2019 issue of The Team Roping Journal.
Inside the September 2019 issue of The Team Roping Journal.
Inside the August 2019 issue of The Team Roping Journal.
Inside the June 2019 issue of The Team Roping Journal.
Family and friends gather to celebrate one of the greatest rodeo moms of all time.
Ketscher explains how he hurt his knee in round 3 at the Cinch Timed Event Championships and about his recovery process.
Clay O'Brien Cooper's 2019 Pro Rodeo plan with Trevor Brazile.
Clay Tryan and Michael Jones were the odd men out heading into the Wrangler NFR in 2004 without their regular partners. But that didn't stop them from setting an NFR earnings record and winning the average by 15.5 seconds. How will 2018's odd-men-out teams of Wade and Davison and Buckaloo and Tryan compare?
Here are some of the wins that shaped professional team roping in 2018,
10 inspiring team roping stories that leave us thankful we work in this industry.
A chance at the 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo might be a stretch, but Arkansas' Worley is pulling out all the stops.
Norris and Brazile family welcomes Air Force Academy cadets and Wounded Warriors into the branding pen.
Rogers is down but not out after knee surgery.