Erich Rogers

Born and raised in Arizona, Erich Rogers has established himself as a formidable competitor in the world of professional team roping. Known for his precision and horsemanship, Rogers was the 2017 PRCA World Champion Header with Cory Petska, the 2020 NFR average champion header with Paden Bray and the 2022 Cinch Timed Event Champion.

Erich Rogers goes home to Arizona regularly to work, and he travels to compete in Indian rodeos as a multiple-time INFR World Champion. Beyond his own achievements, Rogers is also committed to sharing his knowledge and expertise with the next generation of roping enthusiasts through clinics and training sessions within the Navajo Nation.

Rogers has earned over $2 million in his PRCA career that began in 2006, and he’s won The American and the Bob Feist Invitational.

Rogers and Eaves earlier this year in San Angelo. Andersen CBarC photo.
Pleasant Wins: Rogers, Eaves Win Pleasant Grove
This A&P Heads&Heels
Derrick Begay in the box
Practice Session | Derrick Begay, Aaron Tsinigine and Erich Rogers
Erich Rogers Paden Bray
Rogers and Bray 'Never Say Die': 3.8 in Amarillo Says Bubble Race Ain't Over Yet
Warrior Nation: Erich Rogers, Derrick Begay and Aaron Tsinigine Host WAR Team Roping Clinic
Cory Petska Rope Horse No Tie Down
Petska's Chumley’s Road to Gold
Erich Rogers
Erich Rogers: Cowboy Camaraderie and Winning $104K at the Lazy E's Cinch Timed Event Championship
The Navajo Nation's Ironman
Taylor Santos
Ever-Steady Rogers Leads Cinch Timed Event Championship Heading Into Final Day of Competition
Erich Rogers Cinch Timed Event Championship
Doescher Takes Round 2, Rogers Jumps to Lead on 10 Head at 2022 Cinch Timed Event Championship