Team Ropers tell all: The roping gear and horses they love.
Top headers in the PRCA world standings voted Jewels Smoke Screen, a 12-year-old gelding, the 2019 Purina PRCA Head Horse of the Year.
Billie Jack Saebens' main mount in 2019—AQHA World Champion DT Sugar Chex Whiz—earned the Purina Heel Horse of the Year title, as voted on by the top heelers in the world.
Where it came from, how it works, pros and cons, dos and don'ts, and the laws of our land.
A breakdown of the breeding of each of the 2019 NFR qualifiers’ main horses' papers, and what trends that uncovers in top-level rope horses.
The Torres Brothers—Joshua and Jonathan—have consistently been Top-30 team ropers in recent years. This 2019 rodeo season has been no exception, but there have been horse-related curveballs to contend with. We’ll talk about where Joshua’s ace head horse, the 9-year-old dun he calls Junior, has been and when he’s due back.
Caleb Anderson's mare Sugar Bear is in the running for the Purina Horse of the Year Award presented by the American Quarter Horse Association after carrying him the lion's share of ProRodeo's 2019 regular season.
Taking you into the feed room of the best in the business.
Brooks Dahozy's 2017 Sisters 77th Rodeo buckle.
When to ride the good horse or not after an injury.
Take a walk through Two-time World Champion Heeler Patrick Smith's feed room.
Derrick Begay's Grand Entry horse and gear pays tribute to the working cowboys at home.
Nearly 50 years after lifelong Montanan Jeff Gollehon spied his dream occupation, not only is he still crafting saddles like the saddlemakers who inspired him, he’s building roping dummies and keeping his eyes peeled for the chance to make good on one yet-to-be realized dream.
Cooper Cannell talks about his Southern Cross Rodeo Circuit Rookie All-Around buckle.
The 2018 Farm Bill opened the legal gate on a robust national hemp industry, with CBD products galore for humans and horses alike emerging shortly thereafter. Hemp-derived products may seem like an answer to your rope horse’s joints’ prayers, but questions remain: What are these products? Can we use them? How should we use them? And, do we want to use them?
Trevor Brazile explains how he likes his cinches to fit his horses and why cinch fit is so important in team roping, in the first installment of Relentless Insights, brought to you by Cactus Ropes.
Taking you into the feed room of Joseph Harrison.
Bruneau, Idaho's Bobby Jean Colyer talks about the significance behind her #9 World Series of Team Roping Finale X Top 10 buckle.
Team ropers favorite headstalls.