The Score from The Team Roping Journal
The Short Score: Mike Cervi Jr Memorial Champs & America's Team Roping Challenge Champs
Season 4, Ep. 6
"The Short Score" host Kaitlin Gustave talks with the Mike Cervi Jr. Memorial Pro Classic Open Champions Cody Snow and Jade Corkill and the America's Team Roping Challenge Tour Stop 1 Champions Dillon Holyfield and Jaylen Eldridge.
The Score: The Patrick Smith Story
Season 4, Ep. 5
Over the last two decades, the staff atThe Team Roping Journalhaswritten both in passing and in earnest about Patrick Smith’s life story.But we don’t take for granted that everyone listening to "The Score"—especially the next generation of ropers—has read every word we’ve ever written or heard every story we’ve ever produced. So this is the first time Smith and "The Score" host Chelsea Shaffer have sat down to go over his unconventional road to two gold buckles, George Strait and BFI wins and millions of dollars in career earnings. His story is so remarkable—as remarkable, perhaps, as the character he possesses that’s got him to this point, brought to you by Roper Apparel.
The Short Score: Ariat WSTR Title Fights XI Open Champions Derrick Begay and Trey Yates
Season 4, Ep. 4
Co-host Kaitlin Gustave talks with the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XI Open Champions Derrick Begay and Trey Yates on the first episode of "The Short Score". This episode is brought to you by the Cinch Timed Event Championships. ____Did you miss their win? You can read about it here.
The Score: 2021 Rope Horse Market Part III
Season 4, Ep. 3
In Episode 3 in our series on the horse market, we talk to our round-table of experts on the trends and challenges facing the breakaway horse market.In this final part of our horse market series, host Chelsea Shaffer talks to Trevor Brazile, Lari Dee Guy, J.D. Yates and Jann Parker about the breakaway horse business and where it’s heading at a time when organizations like theWCRAhave added almost a million dollars of new money over two years to the sport AND when the WPRA and PRCA are making big moves to add the event to their biggest rodeos, brought to you by Soft-Ride Equine Comfort Boots.
The Score: 2021 Rope Horse Market Part II
Season 4, Ep. 2
While Part 1 of this series discussed the forces driving the rope horse market from the sellers perspective, Part 2 breaks that down even farther withJ.D. Yates,Lari Dee Guy,Bert McGillandDean Tuftin.These four—uniquely connected through theAmerican Rope Horse Futurity Associationmarket one way or another—talk with host Chelsea Shaffer about how they're addressing the rope horse market and its challenges in 2021, and how they see the rope horse industry growing and changing.This episode is brought to you by Resistol.
The Score: 2021 Rope Horse Market Outlook Part I
Season 4, Ep. 1
If one good thing came out of 2020, it's the price of a good rope horse continues to climb—allowing more people to train horses for a living and support the sport of team roping as a whole.So to kick off Season 4 of"The Score", we want to talk about the trends driving the industry forward with wide slice of influencers. In this first part of our series, 26-time World Champion Trevor Brazile gives us his take on the forces at work in the market and where the market needs to go to remain sustainable.But this is a special episode with four featured guests, so from Brazile we move to Steve Friskup, who heads up Premier Horse Sales and is the horse industry’s master auctioneer. And from Friskup, we move to Jann Parker at Billings Livestock, who has 23 years in the horse sale business (and many before that buying and selling herself) and serves a diverse clientele. We’ll round out the show with Mark Smith, father of Clay, Jake and Britt Smith, who buys and sells dozens and dozens of rope horses every year. He’s based in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, and he’s got his finger on the pulse of the day-to-day recreational roper.This more informal, but highly informational episode is what we hope to carry on throughout this season, as we celebrate 750,000 downloads of this show.This inaugural episode is brought to you by our long-time partners at theCinch Timed Event Championships,this year running from Thursday March 11 to Saturday March 13. The event pays out a $100,000 check to the handiest cowboy across five events, over five rounds. You’ll get to see guys like Russell Cardoza, Paul David and Jess Tierney, Erich Rogers, Clay Smith, Taylor Santos and Daniel Green duke it out in the heading, heeling, tie-down roping, steer wrestling and steer roping, and you’ll watch it all in the world famous Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Andthis year,the Timed Event is partnering with BFI Week to host the ultimate roper’s showdown. Less than 12 hours after crowning the Timed Event Champs, you’ll get to see the best ropers in the game go head-to-head over the BFI’s long score and strong cattle at the event’s new home in Guthrie. You won’t want to miss it. Get your tickets now atlazyetec.com,and we’ll see you in Guthrie.
The Score — 2020 PRCA World Champions Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves
Season 3, Ep. 37
Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves stunned the field by roping their Round 10 steer in 4.4 seconds to move them to No.1 in the PRCA World Standings, crowning them the 2020 PRCA World Champion Header and Heeler. This episode is brought to you by Soft-Ride Equine Comfort Boots.
The Score — 2020 Wrangler NFR Round 9
Season 3, Ep. 36
Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves tied Chad Masters and Wesley Thorp with 3.8-second runs in Round 9, worth 23,480.77 each in Round 9 of the 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.