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Winnemucca Winner: Team Roper and Ranch Rodeo Champion, Katie McFarlane

In addition to team roping, Wilder, Idaho’s Katie McFarlane is a member of the WSRRA’s reigning four-time World Champion Women’s Ranch Rodeo team, Miller Livestock.

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Optimizing Opportunity: Purina Sales Rep Amanda Kooiker

As a sales rep for Purina, Arizona heeler Amanda Kooiker takes a no-waste approach to animal nutrition and the opportunities life presents in and out of the roping arena.

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Duke of Duality: Cowboy Artist Duke Beardsley

Former team roper and forever cowboy artist Duke Beardsley paints the new with the old, but the results are hardly black and white.

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Fastballs and Fast Times with Tyson Perez

Professional baseball player Tyson Perez swaps his fastball for swinging a rope in the offseason.

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Drive and Heel Shots: PGA Golf Pro Kevin Lozares

PGA golf pro Kevin Lozares uses his on-the-green mental game to achieve roping greatness.

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First In Line: Ronald Schmidt’s Snowcat T.R.A.S.H.

Whether it’s making a road across the frozen backcountry or being the inaugural Champion Heeler of the Canadian Finals Rodeo, Ronald Schmidt is no stranger to going first.

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Determination and Success: Randy Lewis, DVM

For heeler Randy Lewis, DVM, becoming a horse doctor wasn’t a choice he made. Instead, it was just a fact of life since as long as he can remember.

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Breaking the Language Barrier with 6th-grade Teacher Anna Gregory

Texas header Anna Gregory connects with her 6th-grade students over horses when language barriers exist.

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Search and Rescue Pilot Scores in Las Vegas & Life

Two-time Finale money-winner Lowell Neshem’s mental grit results in a helicopter pilot’s dream job and roping that gets better year after year.

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Roping’s Rocket Scientist

Technically, Colorado header Dylan White is a Systems Engineer who is working on a spacecraft—not a rocket—but it sits atop a rocket on its way to space, so, close enough for us non-rocket scientists in the room.

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