The Score: Season 3, Episode 12 with CR Bradley
CR Bradley joins Chelsea Shaffer for season 3, episode 12 of The Score, brought to you by Manna Pro.

CR Bradley is one of the American Quarter Horse Association’s winningest ropers in horse show competition, as well as an NFR-qualifying tie-down roper and World Series of Team Roping Finale place.

Bradley is originally from Hilliard, Ohio, but he got to the Lonestar state of Texas as fast as he could to pursue a roping career. He took with him a little roan mare his family raised that would eventually make a big splash across the roping world Twister Enola Gay—who carried him from his first AQHA Youth World Championship to the college finals to his first NFR, and eventually carried Tuf Cooper to two gold buckles. Bradley also won the AQHA Super Horse in 2014 as the only owner/breeder/trainer to ever win it on Roanie’s colt, Twisters Enola Rey.

The NFR calf roper is spending just as much time heading and heeling these days as he is roping calves, and you can find him at the World Series ropings behind Jackie Crawford and as well as spinning steers at the rodeos.  

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