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Heeling

Battling Downtime with Ryan Motes

Strategic practice is the key to staying sharp during time off from competition.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

2020 NFR Moved to Arlington’s Globe Life Field

The most anticipated 10 days in ProRodeo will go on as the first non-baseball event at the Globe Life Field—home to the Texas Rangers Major League Baseball team—Dec. 3 through Dec. 12.

"The Score" Podcast

The Score: Season 3, Episode 18 with Logan Medlin

Logan Medlin joins Chelsea Shaffer for Season 3, Episode 18 of The Score, brought to you by Cactus Ropes.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Bray Inches Closer to Securing First-Time NFR Qualification with Guymon, Oklahoma Win

Erich Rogers and Paden Bray added $7,599 to each of their earnings, moving Bray into serious NFR contention.

Team Roping News

Simpson and Carroll Each Bank $5,425 in Baker, Montana

Levi Simpson and Shay Carroll added $5,425 each to their 2020 earnings after winning the Fallon County Fair & Rodeo during ProRodeo's crunch time.

Team Ropers

Logan Medlin on Track to Team Rope at First Finals

Logan Medlin is currently ranked fourth in the world heeling standings. With what’s left on the table to win in this regular season that’s been crazed by coronavirus and all the curveballs and guidelines that come with a global pandemic, it’s unanimous that his ticket to the 2020 NFR is already punched. But Logan’s a Medlin, so he’s taking nothing for granted before the official September 30th NFR cut.

Team Roping News

Orman and Crites Break Top 30 in PRCA World Standings with Deadwood Win

Jake Orman and Brye Crites each won $8,429 after winning Deadwood, South Dakota, and placing in Burwell, Nebraska.

Team Roping News

Denison and Mitchell Pick Up Steam After Westcliffe and Pretty Prairie Wins

Cyle Denison and Lane Mitchell added $3,664 each to their PRCA earnings with two wins.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Cheyenne Headlines Wyoming Rodeo Cancellations

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Egusquiza and Graves Take Top Honors in San Antonio

Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves banked $24,000 each at the San Antonio (Texas) Stock Show & Rodeo.

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