Eleven-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier Travis Tryan has stepped away from rodeoing full-time to produce Wrangler Team Roping Championships jackpots, owns trucks in the oilfield and hosts team roping schools when he can. He lives in Billings, Montana, with his wife Hillary, and two daughters, Riley, 13, and Payton, 11. Tryan was born into a competitive family including older brother and Three-time World Champion Clay Tryan and youngest brother Brady Tryan, a two-time NFR Qualifier. This issue, brought to you by Fast Back Ropes, showcases insights on Tryan’s life after rodeo, heading tips, dream-team runs and remembrance of ProRodeo’s Hall of Fame Head Horse, Walt.
In our 14th edition of the TRJ Extra, you’ll receive the following:
• Tryan’s Life After Rodeo
• Tips for Setting Up a Run from the Header’s Perspective
• Step-by-Step on Dream-Team Runs
• Remembering the ProRodeo Hall of Fame’s First team roping horse, Walt
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