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Go-To-Girl: Megan Swayze

After deciding to get focused and get serious about winning, Swayze took the #1 spot in the Cinch Ladies Standings and is currently in second.


Go-To-Girl: Carra Outlaw

Now tied for second, Outlaw was tied with Jo Ann Merritt for the top spot when she won the WPRA All-Girl at the Patriot in February and took home a cool $10,000.


#WINNING with Bobbi Williams

Game-changer Bobbi Williams helped usher in a new era in team roping in more ways than one.


Jessy Remsburg


At Home With Whitney DeSalvo

Whitney DeSalvo, 22, is wrapping up 2017 in the top spot times two, ranking first not only in the USTRC’s Cinch Ladies Standings after raking in a cool $73,300 for the year, but also finishing up as the WPRA World Champion Heeler. Amidst her recent successes, she’s also decided to continue pursuing her bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas at Monticello and has some words of wisdom for making the most of life on the road and what it takes to be number one.


Go-To Girl: Becky Cannizzaro

Currently third in the USTRC Cinch Ladies Standings.


At Home With Kayelen Helton

From team roping and breakaway roping to counseling children in need, Helton sets herself apart.

Team Roping News

Thompson Wins Dodge City WPRA Jackpot with Broken Leg

The WPRA Roping Division's heading standings are heating up with Thompson and Crawford battling at the top.

Team Roping Tips

Heel Shot with Whitney DeSalvo

Whitney DeSalvo leads the Cinch Ladies Standings with over $44,000 won in 2017 in USTRC money alone, and she talks readers through her patented heel shot here

Team Ropers

Crawford and Stahl Dominate at Charlie 1 Horse All-Girl, Bank $41K in Reno

Jackie Crawford and Annette Stahl roped four steers in 33.69 seconds to take home first at the 2017 Charlie 1 Horse All-Girl Challenge Team Roping in Reno, Nevada, during BFI Week.

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