World Series of Team Roping July 10-11

 The only true team event in the sport of professional rodeo was born on ranches in the old American West. Like most of the other rodeo events, the history of team roping derived from the practices of day workers in the 1800s to safely treat an injured member of the herd or to brand or tag calves. This daily life turned into a world-famous sport. Today, team roping is an event that requires the coordination of two ropers and two horses to place on the leaderboard and cash a check. What is team roping? This requires close cooperation and timing between two highly skilled ropers – a header and a heeler – and their horses. It is one of rodeos timed-events, similar to barrel racing, steer wrestling, and tie-down roping. Roping begins at 9am each day and admission is free at Grady County Fairgrounds.
 For more information please contact James at 903-816-0169 or check https://wstroping.com/event-5025-chickasha-ok-watson-team-roping.html