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Team Roping Tips

Playing on Borrowed Time: Here’s How To Fit in Practice and Gain Focus

We tap some of the sport’s best for their pre-Finale, short-on-time advice.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Trey Yates Dominates Mountain States Circuit Heeling Standings, Adds Alamosa-Round Up Win

Trey Yates maintains his dominant position in the Mountain States Circuit heeling standings, adding a recent win at the Alamosa Round-Up to circuit earnings.


The Start: Tyler Wade at the 2022 Sandhills Stock Show & Rodeo

The team roping season kicks off quick each year, just like the start in Odessa. Tyler Wade takes us through the first round.

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.

Team Roping Tips

A Roper’s Big-Picture Mentality: Prioritizing Your Own Energy, Nutrition and Practice

Taking time to take care of yourself can change your roping. For NFR standout Tyler Wade, self-care has helped him level up with his heading.

"The Score" Podcast

The Score BONUS: Wade and Yates Win Round 1 of 2021 Wrangler NFR

Tyler Wade and Trey Yates  join "The Score" host Chelsea Shaffer for a special interview after winning Round 1 at the 2021 Wrangler NFR.

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

Right Where They Left Off: Wade and Yates Get Round 1 Win

Tyler Wade and Trey Yates tied the NFR's Round 1 record with a 4.0-second run, worth $26,996.97 each.

Team Ropers

Roping’s Idols: Cowboy Heroes Who’ve Impacted Today’s Top Talent

The next generation of team roping talent has heroes old and new.

Team Roping News

Wade and Yates Level Out with Caldwell Night Rodeo Win

Tyler Wade and Trey Yates added a total of $14,240 to their Pro Rodeo season earnings after hitting big at the Caldwell Night Rodeo and the Gooding Pro Rodeo.

Team Ropers

Roping Muleys: What You Need to Know

More ropers and producers than ever are choosing hornless cattle.

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