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Rope Horses

The Team Roping Journal’s 2021 Breeder’s Guide

For the second year in a row, The Team Roping Journal is honored to do our part to help propel the rope horse industry forward.

Rope Horse Care

A Guide to the Unique Challenges of Keeping Horses in the Desert.

Here’s a quick, no-nonsense guide to what can go wrong in the desert, and, in most cases, how to prevent it.

Rope Horse Care

Feed Program: Nelson Wyatt

What 2017 Resistol Rookie of the Year and Heading Champion Nelson Wyatt feeds his mounts.

Team Roping Tips

The Thing About Switchenders with Trevor Brazile

Trevor Brazile answers fans question about switchender horsepower.

Rope Horses

The Foundation: The Top Hands Behind the Trainers

Even the best ropers—and horse trainers—in the world have some serious backup in the top hands who put the outside rides on their young horses. From ranch cowboys to cow horse trainers to cutters, there are trainers behind the trainers who make top futurity horses, world champions and just true winners. Their styles are as different as the men themselves, but their results are gold buckles, gold globes and all-around great horses.

Rope Horse Care

The Golden Years: Helping Your Senior Horse

Learn how to help avert common senior horse health issues.


USTRC’s Select Team Roping Horse Sale Offers 75 Top Horses

Premier Equine Auctions will sell 75 top rope horses Sept. 11 at this year’s USTRC National Finals, presented by Cinch, in Fort Worth, adding another element of excitement as the roping moves to Texas for the first time in the event’s history.

Rope Horses

Unregistered: The Best Grade Horses in Team Roping’s (RECENT) History

The best grade horses in team roping's recent history that are overlooked because of their lack of registration papers.


How to Ask Your Young Horse for More *Without* Blowing Him Up with Ryan Motes

Ryan Motes explains how to know when you can ask a green rope horse to step up.

Rope Horses

Assessing a Prospect with Bobby Mote

What Reliance Ranch's Bobby Mote looks for when choosing a prospect.

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