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The Short Score: Roping’s Evolution
On this bonus Roping.com tips episode, Jake and Clay talk about how they've seen team roping become the premier event in Western sports. 
Jake and Clay standing on either side of a trophy saddle.
Jake and Clay won The Daddy in Cheyenne in 2002, and more importantly, have been iconic rodeo role models. | Dan Hubbell photo

What forces have caused team roping to change? And HOW has roping changed, since Jake Barnes and Clay O’Brien Cooper won their world titles?

On this bonus Roping.com tips episode, Jake and Clay talk about how they’ve seen the event become the premier event in Western sports. 

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