Don’t blink or you’ll miss one of the fastest events in rodeo. A two-man, two-horse team of header and heeler work with choreographed precision to chase down a speeding steer. The header ropes him around his protected horns, neck or a partial horn-neck catch, then turns the steer to the left so the heeler can rope its hind feet. The run is done when the team ropers’ horses are facing each other on opposite sides of the secured steer.
* Congratulations to our 2014 Team Roping Winners – Aaron Tsinigine and Cole Davison! *