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"The Score" Podcast

The Score: How to Handle First Steer Nerves with Jake Barnes

Purina brings you this Saturday team roping tip from, featuring Jake Barnes discussing why the first steer you run is so important and how to manage your nerves.


Both Hands Matter to Every Team Roper


Travis Graves Breaks Down “Being Still” at the End of Your Run

The way you end a run on your heel horse can make or break his attitude in the long run.


Is Your Body Movement Costing You Time in the Face?

If you’re moving your shoulders or hips more than you’re moving your horse’s shoulders and hips, you could be giving the steer his head back or keeping the flagger from stopping the run.


Roping Aggressive with Tyler McKnight

Here's Tyler McKnight's breakdown of his win at the Texas Circuit Finals.

Your loop should basically be big enough to reach the steer’s horns and be tight from your saddle horn to the steer before you turn off. TRJ File Photo


Jake Barnes’ Fundamentals of Loop Size

Jake Barnes' tips on finding the right loop size in team roping.

Clay O'Brien Cooper

The Process of How We Learn with Clay O’Brien Cooper

Clay O'Brien Cooper shares details on the process of how we learn in team roping.

Team Roping Tips

Setting the Corner with Garrett Tonozzi

Garrett Tonozzi breaks down his Ariat World Series of Team Roping’s Texas Title Fights 2021 win from high team back.

Team Roping Tips

Developing A Feel for Switchenders with Rhen Richard

For lifelong heelers, swapping ends requires developing a feel that doesn’t always come natural at the sport’s elite level.

"The Score" Podcast

A Solid Career: How Guy and Brazile Make Their Horse Business Work

Lari Dee Guy and Trevor Brazile are on "The Score" as a bonus episode in Season 4 with a mental performance segment, brought to you by, powered by The Team Roping Journal.

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