At Home With
Wade Wheatley: Roping as a Family Man
Wade Wheatley talks good horses, great friendships and the joys of roping at home.
Roping Legend Guy Allen: 40 Years of Big Wins, Big Checks and Breaking Records
"The Legend" talks breaking records, big checks, good horses and more from his four-decade roping career.
Dr. Gregg VeneKlasen: 2022 PRCA Veterinarian of the Year (and Hawaiian Shirt Icon)
Dr. Gregg VeneKlasen talks famous horses, common rope horse injuries, Hawaiian shirts and more.
Get To Know 1977 World Champ Dennis Motes
Dennis Motes roped at nine National Finals Rodeos, and won the world with brother David in 1977.
The Horseman’s Breeder: Mel Potter
Winning Combo: Justin and Jordon Briggs on Raising Rope and Barrel Horses
Justin Briggs and his two-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo barrel racer wife, Jordon, run Briggs Performance Horses. They specialize in barrel and team roping horses. The Briggs family, which also includes their 3-year-old daughter, Bexley, lives in Tolar, Texas.
Within Reach: Aguilera’s Team Roping Roots and Aspirations
Wenceslao “Lightning” Aguilera has been busy turning heads in the team roping world. The Florida native, who now calls Athens, Texas, home, is making headlines as a big-league reacher.
Okie Auctioneer Sam Stamper’s Roping and Family Legacy
Sam Stamper, owner/auctioneer at the Checotah Livestock Market, balances work and team roping.
Theriot’s Timed Event Title Rooted in Southern Upbringing
Marcus Theriot answers questions on his lifetime of championship titles, his early career influence and winning the Cinch Timed Event Championship.
Hurley Looks Back on a Gold-Buckle Career
Bobby Hurley is a two-time world champion header who qualified for 15 Wrangler National Finals Rodeos between 1986 and 2001. Now 56, Hurley and wife Trish live in his native Clarksville, Arkansas, after spending 18 years in her California home country. The Hurleys have four now-grown kids, Brooke, Brittany, Blake and Bob, and two grandkids, who call Bobby “Poppy.”