Separating Practice and Jackpotting with Kolton Schmidt
Season 3, Ep. 13
Kolton Schmidt is back with another roping lesson on The Score. Schmidt shares a personal struggle that he has encountered during his COVID-19 rodeo break. There have been more jackpots than ever and Schmidt has taken this break to practice more than ever and enter a few extra jackpots. He has found challenges between separating his practice sessions and his jackpotting. In this roping lesson, Schmidt discusses how he has to work at separating practice sessions from jackpotting by learning to react.
The Score – Brock Hanson Pt. 2
Season 3, Ep. 11
Brock Hanson is a National Finals Rodeo header who swapped to the heel side to rope with Colorado's JB James. With almost a half-a-million in ProRodeo earnings and two NFR go-round wins to his name, Hanson is a deadly switch-ender who knows good horses, too.This time around, host Chelsea Shaffer talked to Hanson about making young horses—something many ProRodeo cowboys find themselves doing more and more of thanks to the COVID-19 crisis. But Hanson has always been skilled with a horse as much as he has been with a rope, and he talks about a variety of ways he brings young horses along and techniques he uses to make a good one.This episode is brought to you by Fast Back Ropes.
The Short Score — May 19, 2020
Season 3, Ep. 17
Tune in to hear all about the BIG roping action that happened over the weekend at ropings like the Steve Johnson Memorial, the Clay Logan Open roping, the USTRC's Cowboy Capital Classic and more. Plus, listen to find out some exciting news about the Bob Feist Invitational.
The Score — Matt Sherwood
Season 3, Ep. 10
Matt Sherwood was a businessman first and a professional team roper second, and that shows in his no-nonsense management of the PRCA’s team ropers. As the event rep for the ProRodeo’s team ropers, he’s tasked with representing NFR qualifiers, contenders and circuit cowboys alike—a job that’s not for the faint of heart. Not to mention, he’s a two-time world champ, eight-time NFR qualifier and George Strait champ with $1.3 million in career earnings.Sherwood’s a straight shooter, and that makes conversations like this one golden.This episode is brought to you by Manna Pro.
The Short Score — May 12, 2020
Season 3, Ep. 16
There's been some jackpots going on so WE'RE BACK! Chelsea Shaffer and Kaitlin Gustave are back with The Short Score to bring you all of the team roping information you could ever want. Shaffer and Gustave talk about what has been going on at the jackpots that have recently happened over the last few weekends and what you can expect for the rest of the month of May.
Simple as Possible with Brenten Hall
Season 3, Ep. 12
2019 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo header Brenten Hall, from Jay, Oklahoma, took the world by storm after finishing the season fourth in the PRCA world standings with $237,061.19. What sets him apart from the rest is how he works at not overthinking his roping. In today’s audio roping tip, Hall talks about how he works at making roping as simple as possible.
The Score – Donene Taylor and Lari Dee Guy
Season 3, Ep. 9
This episode is a little different than the typical team roper talk. Today's guests are Donene Taylor, the 2016 WPRA World Champion tie-down roper, author and mental performance coach, as well as her great friend Lari Dee Guy, who relies on Taylor for her mental coaching.Donene’s story is inspiring, to say the least. She built her career in the arena, piece by piece, from the ground up, all while battling anorexia and obsessive-compulsive disorder. She relied on training from everyone from Trevor Brazile to Troy Pruitt, and she’s become a source of wisdom for some of the best in the industry.This conversation is eye opening, and one that can really expand your understanding of the mental side of the sport of team roping. Plus, Donene’s book—Heart of a Champion—is a must-read for competitors from every walk of life.[Read:Heart of a Champion]