No Wolves Allowed: Intermediate, Limited and Numbered Futurities are Next Gen of Team Roping
Roping futurities are paying BIG money to recreational ropers of all levels, but too many lower-numbered ropers who stand to win BIG aren’t in the loop yet. Here’s what’s at stake and how these futurity divisions work.
Time to Change? J.D. Yates Talks Old-School vs. New-School Starts
Is it time for J.D. Yates to change his horsemanship? He thinks maybe so.
No Doubt About It: J.D. Yates’ Still Got It with Royal Crown Heeling Win on Probably A Shiner
Yates and Probably A Shiner won $9,750 for owner Mike VanEgdom, plus $1,935 to VanEgdom as the owner of Royal Crown stallion Smart Nu Shiner, and $1,935 to the Pitzer Ranch/Rolling V Performance Horses as the breeders.
No, This Isn’t the Same Story. Rhen Richard Gets Royal Crown No. 9 Win of 2022.
Rhen Richard has been the most dominant force in the rope horse futurity business in 2022.
Tate Kirchenschlager Gets Royal Crown 4-&-Under Heading Win on Meradas First Diver for Bartlett Family
Meradas First Diver and Tate Kirchenschlager won the Royal Crown 4-&-Under Heading with Cole Davison heeling for the Bartlett Family.