Tanner Tomlinson turning a steer for Junior Nogueira to win the 2023 Cinch USTRC NFTR Open.
Tanner Tomlinson and Junior Nogueira won the 2023 Cinch USTRC NFTR Open with a 34.02 on five steers. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

The Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping will stream live and on-demand on Roping.com, offering ropers a top-of-the-line viewing experience of the biggest roping in the world to any streaming device. 

The Cinch NFTR—the event that reshaped the sport of team roping, making it accessible for the masses, since the organization’s inception in 1990—hosts more teams than any other roping event in the world in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas at the Will Rogers Memorial Center. And all of the action, from all four arenas, will stream live to Roping.com. Access is exclusive to Roping.com members—including all KeyCard Max members who receive a Roping.com subscription as part of their membership benefits. 

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“Ropers with a Key Card or KeyCard Max will also receive all of their runs delivered straight to their phones, professionally shot so your family and friends can just enjoy watching from the stands,” USTRC President John Johnson said. “The run-delivery is something automatically delivered with the KeyCard program and available for purchase al-la-cart with a standard membership.”

The Cinch NFTR kicks off Sunday, April 21, with the #16.5 Lawley’s Shootout, followed by the #15.5 Thrive Equine CBD Shootout and then the $10,000-added Open Yeti Shootout.

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The roping continues with all levels of competition all week from the Will Rogers Memorial Center, including the Cinch Ladies Open event and breakaway roping events adding to the mix beginning Tuesday, April 23 with the Ladies Open Breakaway at 10 a.m. in the Watt. The last weekend, April 27-28, wraps up the event with a #9.5 Succeed Truck Roping and the #7 Hot Heels Championship. 

Watch the 2024 Cinch USTRC NFTR on Roping.com

Roping.com members will automatically have access to all the ropings on their streaming devices, while those wishing to watch the event on-demand can do so at USTRC.com for $19.99.