No Thumb, No Problem
Brayden Chee overcame a roping accident to persevere in Las Vegas, roping, catching and winning with his hand in a splint.
Remembering Doug Miller
In September of 2022, the roping community lost a man of legend in Doug Miller.
Pay It Forward: Retired Vegas Police Officer Greg Ziel Turns to Team Roping for Healing
Retired Las Vegas police officer Greg Ziel has turned to team roping for healing, and he’s doing it with a horse that has a history of helping.
The Man, The Myth, The Legend: Bob Feist
Bob Feist is the founder of the Bob Feist Invitational (BFI) and a 45-year professional rodeo announcer. He also founded Ropers Sports News—the first publication ever dedicated solely to team roping—back in 1968, and still serves as the paper’s publisher. Feist, 81, lives in Lodi, California.
Green Horse Gameday Checklist
Hunter Koch's in-depth plan for preparing a green horse for competition.
Clay O'Brien Cooper
Successful Team Ropers Come in All Shapes and Sizes
Ropers of every shape and size can reach heading, heel with the best, be fast at both ends and be consistent.
Team Roping Tips
Practice Runs with Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker
Watch practice runs of Miles Baker and Trevor Brazile from one of our video shoots.
Swing Angles: Adjusting Your First Swing with Charly Crawford
Charly Crawford explains how to adjust your first swing to go from splitting the horns to clean head catches.
"The Score" Podcast
A Salute: Veteran, First Responder Donnie Woodmansee
“Look for the helpers,” says a Mr. Rogers quote. There, you’ll find Colorado roper Donnie Woodmansee: First responder, military veteran, father and husband.
For the Love of the Game
A sneak peek at the November 2021 issue's Dear Roper letter inside of the The Team Roping Journal Magazine.