Team Roping News
Rogers and Bray ‘Never Say Die’: 3.8 in Amarillo Says Bubble Race Ain’t Over Yet
Rogers and Bray did their part to give themselves a fighting chance at the 2022 NFR in Amarillo, Texas, with a 3.8-second run.
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Swan Song: Tsinigine and Lockett Win Reno Before Parting Ways
Aaron Tsinigine and Kyle Lockett won the 2022 Reno Rodeo with an aggregate time of 18.8 seconds on three head, earning the Silver Spurs and receiving a total of $12,857 each before splitting ways just before the Cowboy Christmas run.
Wild, Wonderful, Winning Times for Team Lockett & Tsinigine
Warrior Nation: Erich Rogers, Derrick Begay and Aaron Tsinigine Host WAR Team Roping Clinic
To honor the service and sacrifice of the military veterans of their home Nation, Navajo ropers Erich Rogers, Derrick Begay & Aaron Tsinigine partnered with Warriors and Rodeo to provide a free clinic.
The Big Show: 5 Cinch USTRC NFTR Legends Weigh In on Roping’s Biggest Event
For ropers heading to the Cinch USTRC’s National Finals of Team Roping, backing into the box in the John Justin Arena is a big deal whether it’s the first time or the 31st time. With lots of money up for grabs, now is the time to get your mind right.
How-To: Winning the 2021 Indian National Finals Rodeo Team Roping Short Round with Erich Rogers
Erich Rogers's step-by-step breakdown on how he won the 2021 Indian National Finals Short Round with Aaron Tsinigine.
Grand Canyon State Cowboy Heroes
In more recent times, the list of successful, lifelong Arizona native team ropers has included the likes of Derrick Begay, Cesar de la Cruz, Chance Kelton, Erich Rogers, Colter Todd and Aaron Tsinigine. It’d be easy to add a guy like 2017 World Champion Heeler Cory Petska, who lives in Marana, only this particular list is comprised only of natives. Like every cowboy kid, they all grew up with heroes from their home turf—in this case, Arizona cactus country.
Time of Your Life: The Team Roping Journal’s Winter 2020/2021 Complete Guide to Arizona
A complete guide in team roping paradise for the time of your life in Arizona.
Kyle Lockett took the most unlikely road to this year's Wrangler National Finals Rodeo—a road that put his wife and kids above all else. Here's to the true cowboy Lockett is, and the journey he's taken us on with him this year.
Team Roping News
Motes Riding High Into 2019 Summer Run on Full Brother to His Great Horse of the Year
Ryan Motes' CD Rockstar—a.k.a. Rocky—has been in his big brother Starbucks' shadow his whole career. In 2019, the 16-year-old gelding finally has his chance to shine on ProRodeo's biggest stages.