Men of Iron: Keepers of the Cinch Timed Event Championship Arena Records
A look at the Ironman’s five arena records and the men that hold them.
Back When Team Ropers Were Treated Like Second-Class Cowboys
Want to take a walk back down memory lane with a few of the living legends who lived it and fought for positive change for all team ropers? Let’s go!
Never Forget Where You Came From
When Generations of Cowboy Cool Collide
The 40th annual ACTRA Finals featured 1974 World Champ HP Evetts heading for son of Leo “The Lion” Trey Camarillo.
Clay O'Brien Cooper
Your Riding Style Impacts Your Roping Longevity
Your riding style affects your ability to have a long career in the roping arena.
The Great Tee Woolman’s Iconic Career
Tee Woolman is a three-time world champion team roper and ProRodeo Hall of Famer. In 1980, he pulled off the rare rodeo feat of winning his first world title the same year he earned rookie header of the year honors. Oklahoma native Woolman, who turned 65 on December 4, and his wife, Jacque, are about to move and make their new home in Bluffdale, Texas.
There is No Single Path to Success in Team Roping or Life
How you succeed in roping and in life depends on the gifts you have and how you choose to use them.
Remembering the Roar of Leo ‘The Lion’ Camarillo With Special Moment of Silence
Leo Camarillo watched every move the 2020 NFR team ropers made, and had it all broken down from that Arizona hospital bed.
Cowboy Kings: Elite Four Top Hands Who’ve Won BOTH the BFI and Cinch Timed Event Championship
Here are the four cowboys who've won the Bob Feist Invitational AND the Cinch Timed Event Championship.
Heavy Hearts: The February 2021 Issue Preview of The Team Roping Journal
A sneak peek at the February 2021 issue's Dear Roper letter inside of the The Team Roping Journal Magazine.