Celebrating Ken Brewer Memorial: #6 champions Jerry Brewer and Steve Mitchell (with hats); #10 winners Joe Sminks and Trent Wagner (with breast collars). Click for full story...
The World Series of Team Roping made history in France with the first international team roping competition held there in June. Qualifying for the WSTR Finale in Vegas were Sophie Masetta and Guilliano Reano from Italy. Click for full story...
“First-timer kids,” 21-year old Zac Small (r) and 20-year old Wesley Thorp (l), put together six beautiful runs in a time of 42.71 seconds to win the 39th Annual Bob Feist Invitational in Reno, Nevada. They pocketed $130,000 in cash plus a multitude of awards.
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By Julie Mankin
RENO, NEVADA – How did a couple of kids who had never been to the BFI handily dominate the 39th edition of the richest one-day Open roping in the world? It’s simple – they are born-and-bred jackpotters. The roping with the 18-foot score deemed the toughest of the year … well, it’s exactly their wheelhouse.
Jolie Thurston and JoAnn Capurro won buckles at the High Mountain Series Memorial Weekend roping in Quincy.
QUINCY, CALIF. – The first ropings in S Bar J Cattle’s High Mountain Series were held over Memorial Day Weekend, May 28-30 in Quincy. Other dates in the series are June 30-July 3 in Taylorsville, Calif, and Sept. 2-5, again in Quincy. Buckles were awarded to the average winners in each roping and a high point saddle was won by Wendy Johnson. Results are as follows: