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Team Ropers

New York’s Jake Edwards Is Making His Move on ProRodeo Trail

Jake Edwards, 23 from New York, is making his move in the ProRodeo world on his way to earning his first NFR qualification.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Wade and Yates Tee Off 2022 ProRodeo Season with Sandhills Stock Show & Rodeo Win

Tyler Wade and Trey Yates won the average in the team roping at the Sandhills Stock Show & Rodeo, held Jan. 6–15, 2022, with a time of 8.2 seconds on two head, worth $2,590 a man.

TRJ Extra

Team Roping Journal Extra Volume 21: The 2021 ProRodeo Season Wrap Up

The official list of the top 15 headers, heelers and breakaway ropers that are heading to the NFR, the NFR payout, the 2021 Resistol Rookies of the Year and PRCA Bubble Wins, brought to you by 5 Star Equine Products.

"The Score" Podcast

What in the World is Happening in ProRodeo Team Roping?

PRCA Team Roping Director Matt Sherwood breaks down the issues surrounding team ropers and judging in ProRodeo, brought to you by Cactus Ropes.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Egusquiza and Graves Pocket $4,626 with Woodward Elks Rodeo Win

Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves added $4,626 to their earnings with their Woodward Elks Rodeo win, giving them security heading into the summer run.

Inner Strength

Rodeo Regrets from 8 Team Roping Pros

Renowned ropers gather their reflections on moves they wish they hadn’t made.

Heading

Are You Really Ready to Rodeo Full Time?

Jake Barnes breaks down what ropers and contestants need to realize before they rodeo.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Wyatt and Lord Hit Big in Guymon

Nelson Wyatt and Levi Lord win the average and $5,743 each at the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

New Team of Green and Futrell Takes Team Roping Title at 100th Annual Red Bluff Round-Up

Tanner Green and Clay Futrell won the 100th annual Red Bluff Round-Up.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Clovis Team Ropers Will Rope Walking Fresh Muleys

Team ropers will rope muleys that will average about 420 pounds apiece, and will be walking fresh for the first round of slack on Tuesday, April 20, at the Clovis (California) Rodeo.

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