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Rope Horse Care

Cowboy Comes Back Strong for Brown

Luke Brown's sorrel gelding Cowboy stepped up at the 2019 Wrangler NFR after a fluke accident with Brown's newest horse, Rebel.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Brown Surges in Early 2020 Aboard Driggers’ Former NFR Mount

Luke Brown is kicking off 2020 aboard a fast yellow head horse that got his start in the Ariat World Series of Team Roping.

Team Roping News

Brown and Graves Win the Open Gunslinger at the Wildfire XXII

Luke Brown and Travis Graves laid down five steers in 33.33 seconds to win the Wildfire XXII Open Gunslinger, worth $5,000 a man.

Team Roping Tips

Breaking in Fresh Steers with Luke Brown

Roping a fresh steer for the first time is more important than anything. Not to pull him too fast and make sure you get him heeled, come tight and drop him. A lot of people put the head loop on in the chute the first couple of times just to make sure you don’t miss him. Some people just rope them and bump them a little and then turn them back loose. It’s way more fun to just wrap them and go to them. With as many steers as we break in around here, we try to keep it simple and fun, but you have to do it right because the first couple of times are really important.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Twelfth Time’s The Charm: Brown Prepares to Head at His Twelfth Straight NFR

Luke Brown is set to rope at his twelfth straight Wrangler NFR.

"The Score" Podcast

The Score: Season 2, Episode 21 with Luke Brown

12-time NFR qualifier Luke Brown on The Score, brought to you by SmartPak.

"The Score" Podcast

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Luke Brown

Here are four things you may or may not know about this week's guest of The Score, 12-time NFR qualifier Luke Brown.

Team Roping Gear

Knockin’ Boots: Professional Team Ropers Favorite Boots

Inner Strength

Knowing You Belong with Luke Brown

Luke Brown on earning his spot among the best.

Team Roping News

Brown’s New Stick Comes Courtesy Courtney Motes’ Quiet Hands

Luke Brown's Joseph was raised by Danny Connelly Motes and Winston Hansma in Weatherford, Texas, and trained by rodeo-wife extraordinary Courtney Motes.

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