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WPRA World Champions Lari Dee Guy and Hope Thompson are on "The Score", brought to you by Nutrena.
Sherwood and Koch talk about their big earning weekend, the horses they're roping on and more.
Brock Hanson—who made the Finals in 2012 heading for Ryan Motes—is heeling in 2019 for J.B. James and is a master switch-ender.
JR Dees and Lane Siggins are the 2019 Bob Feist Invitational Champions, and they're on The Team Roping Journal's podcast this week.
Travis Tryan describes the legacy of his ProRodeo Hall of Fame head horse Walt.
Patrick Smith describes the legacy of his great horse Amigo.
The Score host Chelsea Shaffer talks with Pastor Jordan Weaver about the project that pairs roped-out steers with food banks who need a steady protein source.
Ty Blasingame won RodeoHouston this March with Kyle Lockett and is now the number-one header in the world, making his first trip back to the Thomas & Mack since 2010.
Six-time PRCA/AQHA Horse of the Year Oklahoma Top Hat, ridden and owned by Charles Pogue, is a team roping legend. Here's his story, told through the voice of the man who knew him best: Charles Pogue.
After winning RFD-TV's The American and moving to the top of the PRCA world standings, Coleman Proctor and Ryan Motes stopped by to talk to The Score host Kaitlin Gustave.
After winning the American Cowboy #10 at RFD-TV's The American held at AT&T Stadium, Justin McMillion and William Evans sit down with Kaitlin Gustave on their big win.
After winning the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo and skyrocketing to the top of the PRCA world standings, Tate Kirchenschlager stopped by to talk to The Score hosts Chelsea Shaffer and Kaitlin Gustave.
Spencer Mitchell joins The Score host Chelsea Shaffer on the podcast's Season 2 Opener.
Kory Koontz's NFR mount, Remix, and their long road to the top.
Back-to-Back WPRA World Champion Heeler Whitney DeSalvo
Travis Graves is now a 10-time NFR heeler and will enter the Finals in a position to win big with three-time champion of the world Clay Tryan. Graves has prioritized his business—including his horse care—throughout his roping career, and he talks about how important that’s been to his success. This episode is brought to you by CSI Saddlepads.