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Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

8 Key Horses in the 2020 World Standings Race Going Into Round 10

How these horses do their jobs can make or break their cowboys' world standings chances. Here are their stories.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Harrison’s Horse Swap Pays Off in World Standings Race

Joseph Harrison got off his great Main Street Boon in favor of a 7-year-old ranch horse.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Best in the Business: Brazile Picks the Top Team Roping Horses at the 2020 NFR

Iconic horseman and 26-time World Champion Trevor Brazile breaks down the horses of the 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

NFR 2020: Definitely Different and Absolutely Appreciated

Standings leaders Luke Brown and Joseph Harrison excelled in the very different National Finals Rodeo environment in Globe Life Field.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Game Time: Team Roper’s Guide to the 2020 NFR

The 2020 NFR is set to play out on a Texas ball field. Here's what you need to know.

Editor's Notes

Top Spot: Sneak A Peek at the December 2020 Issue

Take a peek at the Dear Roper letter inside the December 2020 issue of The Team Roping Journal Magazine.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Leaders Brown and Harrison Hoping to Duplicate The American Magic at 2020 NFR

Luke Brown and Joseph Harrison will reunite in Arlington, Texas, for this year's NFR—the same city in which they both won the biggest checks in ProRodeo at the 2020 RFD-TV's The American.

Heeling

Stop Stronger, Finish Faster

A strong stop will help a run finish faster, and some horses are just made for it.

TRJ Extra

Team Roping Journal Extra Volume 16: The 2020 ProRodeo Season Wrap-Up

The official list of the top 15 headers and heelers that are heading to the NFR, the NFR payout, the NFR rookies and the Purina Head and Heel Horses of the Year, brought to you by Cosequin.

Heeling

Mirroring Your Horse’s Body Position with Joseph Harrison

Maximize control of your horse and let him work by allowing your body to mirror his throughout a run.

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