, powered by The Team Roping Journal, will offer more livestreams than ever before in 2023. Here’s how to watch the best ropings in the business from wherever the road might take you. 

Lone Star Shootout

Feb. 24–26, 2023

Livestream the Lone Star Shootout February 24-26, 2023, on | Jamie Arivso photo

Watch the best teams in the world go head-to-head in the “George Strait format” roping that awards trailers and hundreds of thousands of dollars in the gunslinging setup. Live from Stephenville, Texas’ 377 Arena and produced by Robertson Hill Ranch, the Lone Star Shootout is one of the most anticipated ropings of the year.  

Cinch Timed Event Championship

March 2–4, 2023

Erich Rogers
Livestream the Cinch Timed Event Championship March 2–4, 2023, on | Jamie Arivso photo will bring you all rounds of the 2023 Cinch Timed Event Championship and the Jr. Ironman competition from the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. The CTEC—held over five rounds, with each roper heading, tie-down roping, heeling, steer wrestling and steer roping in each round—crowns the Ironman of Western sports and awards $100,000 to the winner. 

Danny Dietz Memorial

May 27–28, 2023

Livestream the Danny Dietz Memorial Classic May 27–28, 2023, on | Jamie Arivso photo | NRS photo

The Danny Dietz Memorial Classic brings together Navy Seals and other veterans with the best ropers in the business for a ProAm, Open Roping, rifle shoot, gala and more to give back to Special Ops Forces and first responders and their surviving families. Last year, Kaleb Driggers and Wesley Thorp got the win, and you can re-watch the whole thing still on Plus, we shot a documentary on the foundation, and that too is available to stream any time.  

Platinum Medal Futurity

Aug. 31—Sept. 2

In its inaugural year, the Platinum Medal Futurity adds at least $20,000 to its 6 & Under Futurity and will offer a prospect sale from premier breeding programs as a part of it. Making its home at the Lazy E in Guthrie, the Platinum Medal Futurity aims to unite recreational ropers and pros to further the education and growth within the industry. 

Riata Buckle

November 2–4, 2023

Livestream the Riata Bucke November 2–4, 2023, on | Andersen/CBarC photo

The Riata Buckle will once more call its streaming home. Ropers have already watched thousands of hours of the event since November 2022, and 2023—with its $2.5-million payout—promises to be bigger and better than ever.