Tsinigine and Lockett bank $7,780 at the San Angelo Rodeo.
Gary Johnson and Dustin Johnson won the #11.5 Businessman's Roping at the Wildfire Roping XXI in Hamilton, Texas' Circle T Arena.
After taking a year off to recover from a broken arm, Trell Etbauer will be back at the Lazy E Arena March 8-10 for the Cinch Timed Event Championship.
Rose and Hillman win Fort Worth; Fuller leads Resistol Rookie Standings.
Clayton Van Aken and Cullen Teller win Rapid City with a 4.1-second-run, moving them to first in the Mountain States Circuit.
Stran Morris and Dustin Searcy win $11,000 in #15.5 at the Wildfire Roping in Hamilton, Texas.
WPRA legends Jackie Crawford and Annette Stahl win $7,380 for roping four steers in 32.13 seconds in Hamilton, Texas' Circle T Arena at the Wildfire Roping.
Clay Smith continues his dominance over the field with 2019 Wildfire Roping's Gunslinger Open title, this time with Junior Nogueira.
Angelone sisters, Martha and Sarah, win the 2018 USTRC NFTR Cinch Ladies Championship and $10,500 with an angel on their shoulders.
California's Abby Hampton won $5,000 for roping four walking fresh calves in 15.45 seconds at the Wildfire in Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Smith and Jake Long continue their hot streak—that includes a win at the National Western Stock Show in Denver and the Texas Circuit Finals in Waco—with a $30,000 win at the Wildfire Open to the World.
California's Watkins will be inducted into the Bob Elias Sports Hall of Fame, February 19.
Jackyl carried Travis Graves, Tyler Magnus, Kory Koontz, Michael Jones, Jade Corkill and Jim Ross Cooper millions of miles to major championships across three decades. He died at the end of December 2018.
Clay Smith and Jake Long win the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo from second callback, solidifying their new partnership's spot atop the PRCA world standings.
After tearing his MCL, ACL and meniscus steer wrestling at the 2018 Cinch Timed Event Championship, the 2017 PRCA World Champion Header Erich Rogers is coming back for more at the Lazy E in 2019.
Spencer Mitchell joins The Score host Chelsea Shaffer on the podcast's Season 2 Opener.
Kelser talks about winning his 2015 Resistol Rookie of the Year heeling buckle.
Dustin Egusquiza and Kory Koontz won the 2019 Sandhills Stock Show and Rodeo in Odessa, Texas, with an aggregate time of 8.5 seconds on two head, worth $5,046 a man.
Colorado's Garrett Tonozzi and Texas' Joe Mattern win the first World Champions Rodeo Alliance Windy City Roundup in Chicago, get first-place and ground money for $62,500 a man.
Joel Bach, replacing an injured Russell Cardoza, is ready to compete at the Lazy E Arena's Ironman event March 8 through 10.
How and why Arizona became the winter hot spot for the sport of team roping.
Here are the cowboys who will compete at the Lazy E Arena's 2019 Cinch Timed Event Championship in Guthrie, Oklahoma March 8 through 10, 2019.
Customize their care case by case.
Recovering from a hip replacement, Russell Cardoza is sitting out the 2019 Cinch Timed Event Championship and first-timer Joel Bach will fill in.
World Champion Clay Smith and new partner Jake Long begin campaign with Round 1 win at Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo.
Smith purchases WSR Hesa Dunofa Lena from Randon Adams and will rodeo on the stud while offering frozen semen through Decatur, Texas' veterinarians Outlaw Equine.
Brandon Beers' AQHA/PRCA Head Horse of the Year El Tevo Cash died this October from colic at 17.
The PRCA's new regular season brings new partnerships in the team roping.
Pattersson only headed live cattle for two and a half months before placing in the top 10 of the #12 Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale.
Lenox and Waller won the Priefert #8 World Series of Team Roping Finale, banking $208,000.
Hagler and Carbajal won the #9 Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale to take home $350,000.
Clay Smith and Paul Eaves get their first gold buckles after winning $289,921.48 a man on the season.