Roping.com will stream the Durham Trailer Ranch’s Lone Star Shootout’s #12.5 short round and Durango Open three-head finals at 3 p.m., Feb. 27.
The #12.5 kicks off at 10:00 a.m. CT, with the Durango Open three-head finals starting at 3 CT, with host Dru Stewart and roping announcer Ferron Lucero behind the Priefert Sports Desk.
“We’re gearing up our streaming offerings for 2022 on Roping.com,” said Chelsea Shaffer, Team Roping Journal editorial director. “It’s a natural next step in the event coverage that’s shaped our brand since the earliest days at Spin To Win in the 1990s. Roping.com allows us a platform to stream some of the best events in the nation, and we are pairing that with the training and instructional content to help you compete anywhere you put your money up, too. We’ve worked with Austin Robertson and Robertson Hill Ranch for years, so being able to kick this off with his top-tier event means a lot to our team.”
While ropers can stream Roping.com from their desktops or phones, they can also download the Roping.com App to any SmartTV or streaming device—like their Amazon Firesticks and Rokus—for a comfortable viewing experience.
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